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Introduction to Cadence - UPC

Introduction to Cadence - UPC

3.2.5 Circuit level and

3.2.5 Circuit level and AHDL behavioural modelcomparisonWe saved the simulation results for the transistorlevel description of the operational previously. Now,we can load these results and plot them on top of theAHDL results we have just obtained and compareboth. This is done in the following way:In the simulation environment menu:Results->Select…Select the schematic-save name and press OKNow, any expression in the calculator applies to the loaded results instead of the last simulation run results. Plotthe same expressions as before (open loop gain and pahse response).NOTE: If the Waveform window was closed for some reason, only the new curves will be plotted. If you want toplot again the AHDL simulation results, you have to select the result file name schematic and repeat theprocess. This result name corresponds always with the last simulation run results.The several waveform can be grouped to place the same type of mesurement in the same panel. Use theWaveforom window menu tool -Axes->To Strip. This will creat four panesl. Waveforms can be moved formone panel to the other by draggin and droping the curve with the mouse. You should obtain a Waveform windowsimmilar to the figure below:22 Introduction to schematic capture and simulation using Cadence DFW-II

END of the tutorial. If you have troubles be patient and pay attention to all the steps.______________________________How to provide a valid license to X-Win 32:1. In the X-Win32 License Wizard, select "Network (Floating)". OK.2. Open a web browser and go to http//deenord.upc.es3. Click on "Sistemas windows XP", then on "Licencias de software" (on the left bar); then on "Licencia de Xwin32"4. Copy the text of the license to the W-Win32 window that asks for it. Next. Finish23

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