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How to simulation noise in bandgap design?thanks

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Hi friends:
Now i am design a bandgap reference,i will simulation the integrated output noise from 10Hz to 100KHz, what's the simulation command can be used in the netlist?
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You can use ac and noise analysis in spectra. Then you can use the calculator to get the integration noise
 

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to pfd001:
How to use integrator command?
 

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what about using Hspice, with .ac and .noise command and observe the output or listing file to get the integration noise output
 

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jonneylu said:
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How to use integrator command?
In the analog design enviornment, you can find the calculator in the tools. In the calculator, you can use the integrate
 

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