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question about BJT simulation in Cadence

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I try migrating to BJT by reading the textbook by Gray & Meyer. Simulations should be the best way to get an insight into the methodologies.

But I need advice on the starting point, say, on how to run simulations in Cadence. I don't know what Vcc I should choose for the supply, how to size the transistors, etc...

I have experience with CMOS, but I need some guide to get a simply circuit up and running so that I can build up atop.

I tried to google for online manuals/tutorials, but it turned out that CMOS is the dominant player.


So please let me know about anything I can start up with... Thank you!
 

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