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16th September 2019, 10:13 #1
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Gate Level Simulation
Do we use .lib for gate level simulation of netlists?

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Re: Gate Level Simulation
Really, I am not Sam.

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Re: Gate Level Simulation
But the equation in .lib may not be similar to the model file. For example if a Dfliplop is taken its behavioural code is understood as a Dflipflop but the equation of it does not reflect the behaviour of a Dflipflop. A LEC tool can read those equations of cells in a .lib if I am not doing any mistake.

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