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Variable resistor
Apr 24th, 2007, 5:40pm
 
Hi folks,

I am thinking of a simple question and I am wondering if you know the answer. I am thinking whether is it possible to model a resistor that varies with respect to time or temperature. I know this is easily done in real life, just get a variable resistor and twitch it till u get the resistor value u want. However, my question is how do u model this in Cadence.
For instance, let's say I am running the transient analysis and I would like to have a resistor that varies its resistance with time. Then the question is how do I can I make it run in Cadence. I mean I would like to run it as simple as possible without the use of any other circuitry such as oscillator, quartz, etc. So, any good tips?

Thank you for your time I am hoping that you dont get bothered by such simple question.  

Sincerely,

-Victor
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Re: Variable resistor
Reply #1 - May 10th, 2007, 1:45am
 
Code:
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r1 (1 0) resistor r=1k+$time*1e6
i1 (1 0) isource dc=1u

tran tran stop=1m 



See spectre -h bsource for more details.

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