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CoventorWare MEMS switch (RF) simulation

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Hi all,

For those of you who have experienced with coventor simulation tools and stuff, do you know a way to give an actuation voltage (for a switch example in particular) in coventor such as instead of the complete square wave, there is going to be two voltage levels in one square wave. One is going to accelerate the switch, Va, and the other one will be lesser in magnitude than Va which will hold the switch ? I mean there is going to be dual pulse voltage level in one square wave ? I can only give single square wave form can't get the other part which is Vb lower than the Va ? I have included a picture for demo
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Any ideas appreciated!
 

I think it is possible in Saber platform. But then, you have to extract a macromodel of your design to Saber platform from the Designer platform of CoventorWare.
 

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