I've been trying to run smoke analysis on my design for a while. I've managed to run it on active devices (FETs and diodes), but it refuses to run on passive components - subcircuit based .lib files. For example I have an inductor with the following model:
.subckt ind_reg0 1 2
L1 1 3 10e-6
R1 3 2 0.3
I also added the following definition to device property file:
( SYMBOL_NAME "inductor" )
( MODEL_TYPE 2 )
When I run smoke analysis (after transient) I get the "non-fatal error: Current data not found for Smoke test LI" I've verified that I check "All" in data collection options. I also tried updating node names in pre-smoke section of template property file. But nothing helped.
Does anyone have an idea how to run smoke analysis on subcircuit based passives?
Thanks in advance for you help!
Please check if you have any visibility filters turned on. There are two possible filters 1. Component Filter 2. Parameter Filter. Do RMB and check the status of these filter options.
These two may hide a component or a set of specific test for a component from result table. I can not think of any other reason if log file indicate that component is tested.