Please read the Forum Guidelines. There are so many things that are undefined, that it's hard for anyone to answer:
If you don't ask clear and precise questions, it's unlikely you'll get a clear and precise answer, unfortunately. I'd love to be able to help you, but hard to with insufficient information!
I am using Cadence Virtuoso version 6.1.5. In this version, I still find "Solutions" library which is the default library given by cadence.
I have attached the snapshot of the Solutions library which is the first menu of the Library manager.
The desired output for the attached circuit is V0 = (R2/R1) * V1.
Since R2 is 1K ohm and R1 is 100 ohm, the expected output is 10 times the input. But I got some different output.
My intention is to use the Opamp as a linear multiplier. I had n't used Opamp in my earlier designs and this is the first time i had used.
So, I started with the basic circuit of Opamp as a voltage amplifier.
I am unable to attach the snapshots or image here. I will mail you to your id.
I have attached the snapshots of the "Solutions" library which is the default library from Cadence.
I am using Cadence version 6.1.5.
I found op_amp schematic in Solutions library with differential amplifier and CS amplifier as blocks.
Then I got to see the schematic of the differential amplifier and CS amplifier in the "Solutions" folder.
I have attached the circuit I have used. My intention is to use OpAmp as
linear multiplier for ASK modulation. But I had never used Opamp in my
design. Moreover, I had never used any symbols from "Solutions" library.
In order to test whether the symbol suits to my application, I had
simulated a simple voltage amplifier circuit which amplifies the input
signal by 10 times.
The last two are the sample circuit I simulated and the plot I got. But the expected plot is 10 times the input signal.
Hope you understand my point now.
Please let me know where I was wrong and how to correct the same.
That library is not (as far as I know) anything from Cadence. Go to the Library Manager, and over the name of the "Solutions" library in the Library column, do Right Mouse->Properties. In the resulting popup, you should see a readPath. Can you post that?
You also didn't mention which "Cadence simulation manual" you were referring to earlier.
In your last post you say you've attached the circuit you have used, but there's no attachment.
I am unable to upload attachments from here.
I will mail you.