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Using real transistor data for Cadence simulation?

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We have a small project at Uni where we started out with designing a double Gilbert mixer based on an already complete transistor model. The next step is to compare how the mixer would perform based on data from some real transistors produced and measured here.

We got the data as:
Gate(), DrainV(), Drain(I), Source(I) where the currents are measured for DrainV in 100 steps and for 8 different Gate voltages.

My question is if its possible to import the data as a lookup table to a verilog script or something and use it for simulations instead of a complete transistor model? I would think it would be pretty easy if the transistors in the schematic had constant Gatevoltage but thats not the case for this GilbertCells.


Hope the question makes sense otherwise just ask and Ill try and explain more what I mean.
 

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