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When I do a DC analysis and click annotate DC Operating Points it displays "id, vgs and vds". I would like it to include "vdsat" as well, how can I do that?
Added after 3 minutes:uladz55 said:hi,
you need to edit CDF (Component Discription Format) for your components.
Open CDF for nmos (pmos),
~~how to open it?
find "Interpreted Labels Information" chapter,
find line "opPointLabelSet" and add "vdsat"
Set the form entries:Hughes said:Another method is as follows:
In the schematic window, select menu 'Edit/Label Display...', set the form entries:
Select Label: parameter
Apply To: cell
Then select a instance.
Are you sure you have selected the menu "Edit / Label Display ..." from the schematic editor window?xuel said:
Yes. Modify the devices' CDF information according the method uladz55 posted. Then modify the symbol view and add a ilLabel: cdsParam(4). Now you will get four parameters displayed.ccw27 said:Is there a limit on the number of transistor parameters you can display? Because for pmos I have id, vgs, vth, vds and vdsat and all of them are displayed, however for nmos vdsat is not displayed. Is there any way around it?
I want to see the vth and gm, operating region (satutation, linear, cutoff) of the transistors. And I want that these values have more digits. How could I do that?
Thanks in advance.
This is good for the transistor/transistors you select. But how can you do it for every transistor in the circuit, then save the settings and reuse them for another, completely different circuit without going through the choose device/set parameter cycle again?
check out the images I've attached.When I do a DC analysis and click annotate DC Operating Points it displays "id, vgs and vds". I would like it to include "vdsat" as well, how can I do that?
you can save the cdf parameters as default and it'll appear for every schematic. check out the attachment for reference.Thanks. But then how do you use this same annotation setup on a completely different schematic without going through the same steps of choosing the DC parameters again?