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Below are the old forum threads, including responses to the original posts.
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Post subject: A/D converter design help!!! Posted: Thu Sep 08,
2005 4:44 am
i'm trying to design a 10-bit 2 step
flash ADC,for this i'm using Cadence- Analog environment. Instead of
this tool can i use Agilent's ADS for transistor level A/D converetr
design?? can ADS support mixedsignal simulations.
me regarding this.
Post subject: Posted: Thu Sep 08, 2005 8:36 am
If you have a
legal copy of ADS, then a quick call to Agilent will answer your question.
Even if you are probing to determine whether to purchase a copy of ADS,
the sales staff can still answer your question. ADS has lots of canned
examples, and that's probably one of them if it can do mixed signal.
Post subject: Posted: Thu Sep 08, 2005
Joined: Wed Aug 20, 2003 11:47 am
Location: Santa Barbara, CA
If you have a
legal copy of ADS, then a quick call to Agilent
well,aybe not. Ever tried to call those people? Unless things have changed
a hell of a lot, like they return calls now or something, you have to
figure it out yourself. I hate ADS so I can't help.
Post subject: thanksPosted: Thu Sep 08, 2005 4:44 pm
If you have a legal copy of ADS, then a quick call
to Agilent will answer your question. Even if you are probing to determine
whether to purchase a copy of ADS, the sales staff can still answer
your question. ADS has lots of canned examples, and that's probably
one of them if it can do mixed signal.
Hi tommy..thanks for ur
advise..i'll do that..