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distributed interconnect paramter calculation in cadence
Feb 22nd, 2011, 1:04pm
 
I wanted to know how to define distributed transmission line parameter  in cadence ?  can it be done with mt line ?
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Re: distributed interconnect paramter calculation in cadence
Reply #1 - Aug 16th, 2011, 9:32pm
 
why don't u just use the transmission line equivalent models i.e L R and C if you have them?
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Reply #2 - Sep 7th, 2011, 6:18pm
 
sujeetkumarmehta,

if you have a single line use the tline in the analog lib.  There are more entries in the form than needed to make the model work.  Typically I just enter characteristic impedance and length.  The same applies to the mtline.

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Reply #3 - Oct 29th, 2011, 6:08pm
 
consider the possiblitity of lumped elements in a cascaded chain. Frequently this is more accurate than doing the transmission line model.
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