I am using Temperature DC sweep in my simulations using Cadence 6. Can I sweep temperature at an offset instead of DC? like for example at 2ms.
If you're asking if you can change the temperature during a transient at a particular time point, then the answer is yes (your question is quite confusing, because you refer to an "offset" - and you specify an offset in ms (offset is not the term I'd have used to describe a time, but a voltage or current offset). Anyway, if that's what you want, it can be done via the "Dynamic Parameter" checkbox on the transient analysis form in ADE.
In reply to Andrew Beckett:
In reply to Flyyn Rider:
You can't really do this. I'm not sure it makes much sense either - the issue is that the operating point you have at time 2ms will have a set of consistent voltages - if you sweep the temperature, you'd be expecting to see those voltages change - so what do the values at that time point mean any more? You'd end up with some kind of discontinuous behaviour at that time point.
So it's not possible and I don't think it even makes sense. You could vary the temperature (gradually) over time using dynamic parameters - but not do a dc at a time point. You can do an ac sweep at a time point (using acnames/actimes), but not a dc sweep.