while looking into some models of my design kit I stumbled upon this "bsource" component.
I then tried to instantiate one in a schematic, without success : I could not find any primitive with this name.
I reverted to the help to find out what a behavioural source is toghether with its many benefits when it comes to modeling.
My question : how can I create a component to be used in the schematic views, whose circuit is a bsource?
On a more general note, how can I "attach" a spectre netlist to a component, with symbol and properties?
Thanks for your help,
...hmm....Question too silly?
Any RTFM reply would also be appreciated...If you point me to the right one!
thanks! I have found this in the mean time:
this will hopefully get me started :)
...and here I'm back again :)
So I was able to follow the FAQ item and now I have a nice new component with an underlying netlist.
I will then use such an approach wherever I need to use bsouces for my purposes...I still find it strange that the analogLib does not offer such components already for the GUI?
The challenge with having a bsource component in analogLib is that we need to prevent ADE trying to interpret the expression and finding (incorrect) design variables in the expression. This isn't impossible, but it just hasn't been done yet...