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AgO Analog and RF Circuit Optimization

AgO Analog and RF Circuit Optimization


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  • 1. Hillol Sarkar Operational Amplifiers, voltage references, and other complex analog devices are modeled in Spice using a sub-circuit. The device manufacturer commonly supplies this model, which comes with the simulator software or is downloaded by the user. These sub-circuits do not participate in the Monte Carlo analysis, or if they do, the sub-circuit does not have identified components whose values correspond to the physical device parameters you would like to vary. If all sub-circuit component values are varied, the model will produce behavior that does not correspond to the physical device. Simulation Limitations www.ago-inc.com Hillol.Sarkar@ago-inc.com DC Monte Carlo Centering