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How to include a substrate pin in ADS?

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Hello all, I am now designing a LC VCO in JAZZ process. In their design book about inductor, it says that for proper simulation results it is necessary to include a substrate pin with name "sub" connected to ac ground into the schematic?

Could anyone please tell how to do this in ADS or Cadence? Thanks a lot in advance!

Edward
 

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Re: How to include a substrate pin in @DS?

sapphire said:
Hello all, I am now designing a LC VCO in JAZZ process. In their design book about inductor, it says that for proper simulation results it is necessary to include a substrate pin with name "sub" connected to ac ground into the schematic?

Could anyone please tell how to do this in @DS or Cadence? Thanks a lot in advance!

Edward
Simply, "Substrate = Ground" here!!
 

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