This signal source is superseded and should be replaced with one of the following: AC_V for voltage sources, AC_I for current sources, or PORT_SRC for ports, with the Signal parameter set to this signal type.
The period for tone 1 sources is the inverse of the specified simulation frequency; see “Frequency Sweep Control” for details.
|ID||Current source ID||Text||V1|
|AMP||Signal magnitude||Current||0 mA|
|TW||Pulse width||Time||0 ns|
|TR||Rise time||Time||0 ns|
|TF||Fall time||Time||0 ns|
|TD||Time delay||Time||0 ns|
|Offset||Waveform offset (does not affect DC)||Current||0|
|DCVal||DC value (used for DC analysis)||Current||0|
WINDOW. To control overshoot (Gibbs phenomenon) the signal spectrum is windowed prior to simulation. Windows attenuate high-frequency components inducing finite rise and fall times. With the exception of the triangular window, the windows are listed in the order of smaller overshoot/longer rise time.
NOTE: Cadence® AWR® simulators add some series resistance to this element during simulation. This may affect results if injecting current into a large resistance. To change the value of the resistance, choose to display the Circuit Options dialog box, then click the AWR Sim tab and under Convergence Aids specify the Series source resistance.
This element does not have an assigned layout cell. You can assign artwork cells to any element. See “Assigning Artwork Cells to Layout of Schematic Elements” for details.