I am currently working on mathematical model of a thin-film AMR sensor. I have already created the model in MATLAB, as well as in Simulink (shown in the image below). Basically, you can think of it as a black box with several floating-point inputs (representing various properties of the system) and one floating-point output (the resulting sensor signal). I was also given the task of somehow integrating this mathematical object in cadence as a circuit element, and I am really struggling with this.
Does anybody know if it is possible to somehow import my model into Virtuoso/Pspice? Another option would be to write it from scratch, using available tools. I have been told that converting the model to Verilog might work, but I have basically no knowledge that language, so any tips are really appreciated!
P.S. I have tried generating Verilog code of the model via the HDL coder simulink addon, but I don't really know what to do with it, so I am really looking for an alternative solution
You can export a C model and link it to Xcelium via DPI calls.
I'll have to look into this! Thank you, Tim.