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How to Put Different Circuits - with Different Profiles in One Project?

Discussion in 'CAD' started by june, Sep 29, 2006.

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  1. june

    june Guest

    Hello! I am using Capture CIS lite 9.2

    I appreciate if anyone can answer my question.
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    Do I really have to make a new project

    whenever I have to simulate a different circuit

    in a different simulation profile

    (from the profile of the current project)?
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    Everytime I draw circuits, the simulation profile(DC sweep) is
    different.

    As I know, different circuits but under the same project file are
    subject to the same simulation profile(such as same DC sweep values).
    But I want different simulation profile for each simulations.

    Currently I'm creating One project per One circuit. so it's very
    confusing to switch between circuits.

    -1. open the project
    -2. click 'xxx.dsn'
    -3. click 'shcematic'
    -4. click 'page1'
    -5. then simulate


    Please tell me if there's a way to put different circuits in one
    project file.but each should have different simulation profile.
     
  2. Jim Thompson

    Jim Thompson Guest

    You probably need to use "Word".

    Now Charlie's going to be all over my case ;-)

    ...Jim Thompson
     
  3. Chuck Harris

    Chuck Harris Guest

    Who? Me?

    You probably should make sure that the file created is pure ascii,
    without all of the format information word likes to insert.

    Emacs would be more fun.

    -Chuck
     
  4. Now, why would I do that!

    Ok, you can have different pages in the design, and just make the one
    you want to simulate 'root', and that is the one that simulates.

    You can also have an lot of different sim profiles for the same design,
    so give each one a unique name, and be sure you have that one selected
    when you simulate that design.

    Of course, you are using the 'lite' version, so you can't have enough
    parts in your design to really be able to have multiple pages, so all
    this is moot.

    Charlie
     
  5. Jim Thompson

    Jim Thompson Guest

    ;-)

    ...Jim Thompson
     
  6. JeffM

    JeffM Guest

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