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Is there anyway that i can design a digital circuit in Virtuoso Schematic window...
And include the *.v file in the schematic capture window..
Yes. You can create textual Verilog views (File->New->CellView and set the Type to "Verilog" - give the lib/cell/view a name). Then in the resulting editor create the Verilog representation. When you save and exit the editor, it will syntax check the view and then prompt you to create a symbol. You can instantiate this in the schematic.
I'm trying to build a voltage controlled curent source,I opened a new file with a verilogAMS text and write the following:
VCCS(p,n,pc,nc);inout p,n;input pc,nc;electrical p,n,pc,nc;parameter real
gain=1;branch (p,n) iSrc;analog beginI(iSrc) <+
and I created a symbol for it then I instantiate it on the schematic page but the output is always zero?
Can any one help me?
In reply to Andrew Beckett:
Thanks.. so i have to write a .v file and create a symbol.. am i right...
What is the difference between this and the synthesis tool
In reply to Sali:
VCCS(p,n,pc,nc);inout p,n;electrical p,n,pc,nc;parameter real
gain=1;branch (p,n) iSrc;analog beginI(iSrc) <+
Not sure why you posted this on the end of another thread, but the code you posted has typos in it - it wouldn't even syntax compile. I used a command-line example to try this out (having fixed the typos):
`include "disciplines.vams"module VCCS(p,n,pc,nc);inout p,n;input pc,nc;electrical p,n,pc,nc;parameter real gain=1;branch (p,n) iSrc;analog beginI(iSrc) <+gain*V(pc,nc);endendmodulemodule test;electrical gnda;ground gnda;vsource #(.freq(1M),.ampl(0.5), .type("sine")) V1(n1,gnda);resistor #(.r(1k)) R1(op1,gnda);VCCS #(.gain(1m)) I1(op1,gnda,n1,gnda);endmodule
And this together with testVCCS.scs :
tran tran stop=2u
I then ran "irun -gui testVCCS.scs testVCCS.vams" and I see these results (having problems uploading the picture, so I'll try again in a moment). Looks pretty OK to me.
In reply to kenambo:
kenambo Thanks.. so i have to write a .v file and create a symbol.. am i right...What is the difference between this and the synthesis tool
A synthesis tool takes RTL (Register Transfer Level) code and converts it into a gate level representation. Writing a Verilog text view and simulating that just means that you're simulating what you wrote without it being synthesized. So it's a bit like asking what is the difference between an orange and a car - two completely different things.