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When I do simulation in hspiceS of ADE, I need to include model file and another subckt file, In Setup->Environment of ADE , I filled model file in 'include file" section, So how can I include the subckt file? it looks like the model file (.lib) and subckt file (.inc) can not exist both together.
I need the generated netlist as following:
If there is CCCS component exist in shcematic, whatever the value of current gain of CCCS you filled in, the netlist generator creat this value always 1 ,what's the problem?
In reply to Quek:
In reply to Andrew Beckett:
thanks for your help.
the netlist is correct now, but there is another question come from. even when I change current gain (hfgain) to 100 , it still displayed fgain=10 in screen, while netlist is correct. does there is way to switch "fgain=10 " off ?
In reply to hanlei1975:
cccs source is set up to display fgain for spectre and not hfgain for hspiceS. You can note this as follows:a. Go to cdf form for cccs cellb. Scroll down to "paramLabelSet". It reads : vref fgain icTo turn it off, you can go to cdf form, set cdf level to "user" and enter "vref ic" for paramLabelSet. But instead of turning it off, maybe you can use "vref hfgain ic".Maybe you can copy this cell to your own library so that you can change the base cdf info. It would be quite troublesome to use user cdf because you have to load it every time you restart Virtuoso.Best regardsQuek
You can also use the Edit->Component Display form to do this. By selecting one of the cccs instances, and selecting "parameter" you can alter which parameters get displayed.
You can then save this information and use the "attach" button to attach the setup to your design library, such that it should get auto-loaded the first time you open the library in a session. This avoids you having to do all that messing around with User CDF each time (that Quek referred to). It's actually doing the same thing - altering the User CDF, but this is a supported flow for user-overrides.