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I try to run simulate in scheme of MUX
I have run ADE LWhen I try to netlist this message appearsBegin Incremental Netlisting May 22 09:53:47 2009ERROR (OSSHNL-116): Unable to descend into any of the views defined in the view list, 'spectre cmos_sch cmos.sch schematic veriloga', for the instance 'V2' in cell 'Elem'. Either add one of these views to the library 'analogLib', cell 'vam' or modify the view list to contain an existing view. End netlisting May 22 09:53:47 2009ERROR (OSSHNL): Error(s) found during netlisting. The netlist may be corruptor may not be produced at all.To generate correct netlist, fix the errors and re-netlist. ...unsuccessful.How can I fix this errors?
And another problem:
when I try to add an instance nothing appears.
How fix it?
vam is for use with Hspice only. You're using spectre, so this is an unsupported component. You can use "vsource" instead from analogLib, which can be used as an AM modulated source. See the analogLib reference documentation in cdnshelp/cdsdoc for more details.
For your second problem, you didn't fill the view name in. It needs to be "symbol" (using the browse button will do this if you pick the view).
In reply to Andrew Beckett:
Thanks, I will try it.