Seems the ADE's Annotate doesn't work......

Discussion in 'Cadence' started by irun2, Jan 20, 2008.

  1. irun2

    irun2 Guest

    I did the DC analyse ( "Save DC Operating Point" option has been
    chosed), after the simulation has finished. I choosed "Results-
    But then no matter what devices or instances I clicked, nothing
    displayed! Can somebody explain why? Did I do sth wrong? Or are there
    some someting to setup?
    irun2, Jan 20, 2008
  2. irun2

    sudheer Guest

    Change the CDF parameter of ur MOS
    and set the display params like id vgs etc
    sudheer, Jan 22, 2008
  3. irun2

    irun2 Guest

    I will try, thank you.
    irun2, Jan 23, 2008
  4. irun2

    nacimo Guest

    Try this:

    run DC, make sure that it is set up to output all voltages and
    currents. Once DC is finished click on the Annotate command.

    To annotate DC Current to a Cadence Cell view:
    Go to Cadence cell view, Edit > Component Display.
    Under the "Edit Component Display Options" window, make sure the
    settings are as follows:
    Select Label: check "terminal"
    Auto Redraw: yes (default)
    Under Terminal Labels, Apply To: check "library"
    Without dismissing the "Edit Component Display Options" window, under
    Cadence cell view, Edit > Select > All Under "Schematic Select All"
    window, press OK. You should see all the components are selected.
    Go back to "Edit Component Display Options" window
    Under Terminal Labels, check "current". You should now be able to see
    DC current annotation on the cell view.
    If you check "voltage", you will see DC voltage annotation again.
    nacimo, Jan 23, 2008
  5. irun2

    irun2 Guest

    I did what you told, but I only got the OP Back annotation on the
    descend level of the opamp. They didn't display on the top level of
    the design. But I think I have got what I want, thank you to all
    who's replyed!

    irun2, Jan 27, 2008
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