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wireless transmission simulation in spectre

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hi guys!

i just want to ask if anyone knows how to simulate wireless transmission in spectre. some friends told me to use spectre RF. but i did not find a way how to simulate wireless full duplex communication of my transceiver. any one knows how? thanks in advance.

- al :)
 

You can't really do transceiver level simulation at the transistor level in Spectre. You need a block level modeling tool, like VerilogAMS or Matlab

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Hi
It's possible
But RFDE is more preferable tool
 

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