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[Moved]: Caluclating power consumption in cadence spectre

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Hi all, I am trying to caluclate the power consumption of a continuous time current mode current mirror circuit in cadence spectre. Can anyone help me with the process of caluclating it. Thank you...
 

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Re: Caluclating power consumption in cadence spectre

It's quite simple. Plot the current drawn by the mirror from the supply and multiply it by the power supply. For a current mirror you can even do it with a dc analysis and display the current id on the device. Multiply that by VDD and that is your power consumption.
 

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