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The course was developed to introduce PSPICE to first time users. Content includes detailed step by step instructions on how to use PSPICE software.

The course was developed to introduce PSPICE to first time users. Content includes detailed step by step instructions on how to use PSPICE software.

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  • 1. VLSI Design Lab A Short Course on PSPICE Dates: August 25, 2008 (1.30 – 4.30 PM) and August 26, 2008 (9 AM – Noon) Room: EE125 VLSI Design Laboratory By Siva Yellampalli, Ph.D. Fall F ll 2008
  • 2. VLSI Design Lab Course C C Coordinators di t Prof. Prof Jorge Aravena Interim Chairman Aravena, Prof. Ashok Srivastava Prof. Pratul K. Ajmera (Electronics Area Coordinator)
  • 3. VLSI Design Lab Acknowledgments g The VLSI Design Laboratory has been upgraded with supports from Louisiana Board of Regents (LaBoR) , College of Engineering and the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering (Principal Investigator: Prof. Ashok Srivastava and co-Principal Investigator: Prof. Clive Woods). Technical Assistance Richard Capone Computer Manager Capone, Saied Andalib, Computer Analyst James Breedlove, Shop Manager
  • 4. VLSI Design Lab Introduction SPICE can do several types of circuit analyses Here are the most analyses. important ones: • Non-linear DC analysis: calculates the DC transfer curve. • Non-linear transient analysis: calculates the voltage and current as a function of time when a large signal is applied. • Linear AC Analysis: calculates the output as a function of frequency. A bode plot is generated. • Noise analysis • Sensitivity analysis • Distortion analysis • Fourier analysis: calculates and plots the frequency spectrum. • Monte Carlo Analysis
  • 5. VLSI Design Lab Introduction • SPICE- Simulation SPICE Sim lation Program for Integrated Circ its Emphasis Circuits SPICE Text PSPICE Capture CIS (Schematic)
  • 6. VLSI Design Lab CAPTURE CIS
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  • 41. VLSI Design Lab •.tran Start_value Stop_value
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  • 47. VLSI Design Lab •.DC Sweep_Variable Starting_Value Stopping_Value Increment
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  • 58. VLSI Design Lab Changing Device Properties
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  • 61. VLSI Design Lab Properties to Change • IS= 100E-15 IS 100E 15 • RS= 16 • BV= 100 • IBV=100E-15
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