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I have recently installed a new Model Library, and am unable to see the DC Operating Points on the schematic diagram after clicking on Results->Annotate->DC Operating Points in Virtuoso ADE. I am using ADE 5.10 and USR6.127.
I wonder if anyone has any suggestion on how to resolve this issue.
This is likely to be related to the design kit you're using - perhaps you can state which design kit, and which version of that design kit you're using - maybe there's somebody on the forum who is familiar with it and can advise?
In reply to Andrew Beckett:
Thank you for your prompt attention and the remark. I also was under the impression that the issue was design-kit-related; however, one of my colleagues is using the same design kit, and he is able to view the DC Operating Points.
Nevertheless, I am using Revision 1.0 of the BCS180G design kit by HHNEC (http://www.hhnec.com).
Given the above, I wonder if there is any setup that I need to do in Virtuoso ADE, CIW, or elsewhere to resolve the issue. Please advise.
In reply to StillLearning:
Updated information: when I use Results->Print->DC Operating Points in the Virtuoso ADE, I can see the DC Operating Points in the "Results Display Window;" as such, it appears that the issue is not design-kit-related, as the data exist but are not displayed on the schematic diagram.
I hope this helps identify the cause of the issue.
Pls check your model files..these may be hspice model. we also faced the similar problems when using hspice models but resolved it by using spectre model files.