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Mecanique Non Lineaire. Les oscillateurs a regimes quasi sinusoidaux ( Memorial des Sciences Mathematiques Fascicule CXLI) [A. Blaquiere] on Results 1 – 30 of 45 Les oscillateurs a regimes quasi sinusoidaux (Memorial des Sciences Mathematiques Fascicule CXLI) by A. Blaquiere and a great selection. A. Blaquiere, Mécanique non-linéaire, les oscillateurs a régimes quasi- sinusoidaux. Thése, Paris, (Edited in “Memorial des Sciences Mathématiques,”.
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On this page, you will find the introduction to the available application notes which demonstrate some of the capabilities of the simulator. You are free to distribute not to sell! If you download an application note, it would be sinusoidauc nice to have your feedback Is it detailed enough? How could it be improved according to you?
A large number of electrical rule checks are based on detections of dangerous electrical connections that can be made statically, ie without simulations.
The given SERC example is: The Verilog-AMS hardware description language  includes extensions dedicated to compact modeling, but does not define a reserved subset for compact modeling. That is the reason why, after presenting these differences, this paper  presents recommendations for developers of Verilog-A oscillatsurs models who want to optimize their models for SPICE-like simulators and to facilitate the integration of said models into different simulators. Download the pdf Please send feedback on this whitepaper to the authors.
This application note demonstrates through an example how DxDesigner which will be referred to as ViewDraw in this document can be used as a schematic capture tool to generate netlists that are easily compatible with the suggested file format in SMASHTM.
With the increasing complexity of mixed-signal chip design and the increase in mask costs, the need to perform full-chip simulations has become a virtual necessity. The time required to perform full-chip simulations in SPICE simulators, and even in Verilog-A simulators, is oftentimes overwhelming and does not give the engineer feedback quick sinusoidakx to make meaningful corrections and gain a better understanding of how the designed circuit functions in the system.
This allows the designer to model each portion of the entire design with varying degrees of accuracy depending on the aspect of the design that is being simulated and the time required to get data back for analysis. Circuit simulators provide accurate time domain current and voltage waveforms from a device level description of an integrated circuit. However, as the size of the circuits increases, the cost of such analyses becomes prohibitive.
For small circuits, the simulation time is generally dominated by the time required to evaluate model device equations, such as Berkeley BSIM3v3 transistor model equations, but, as circuit size increases, an increasing fraction of time is spent solving the sparse matrix built during circuit elaboration and filled oscillateure the results of the model device equations.
In this paper we present solutions for the modeling of systems, containing electronic devices, sinusoudaux components and software. First, it explains the interests in such an interface and its principle.
Sinusoidayx, it focuses on a full running example based on a simple spring-mass-damper system. This system illustrates the interface capabilities for simulating mechatronic systems.
The purpose of this application note is to present a capacitive pressure sensor system. The physical pressure is detected by a circular pressure element whose upper plate is deflected if it is exposed to an external gas or fluid pressure. The deflection results in a change of capacitance Cs between osfillateurs and lower plate. The readout circuit compares Cs with a reference capacitance Cr which is not sensitive to pressure changes. It is based on the switched capacitor technique.
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The purpose of this application note is to present the suitability of our approach by simulating the deflection of a deformable mirror device DMD together with its controlling circuit.
The DMDs are de ectable mirrors which are arranged in a matrix on the chip. Depending on the voltage at its electrode, each DMD can be deflected separately. In this way, the resulting phase or amplitude modulation of incoming light can be used to create a pixel image on a screen.
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Various schemes have been proposed for DMDs. Here, a simple, quadratic, reflecting plate is used.
The purpose of this application note is to present different modeling approaches with the SMASH simulator, illustrated with the choice of amplifier model within a simple application, namely the amplifier gain control.
The application context is briefly reviewed and we then focus our attention on the modeling. In order to decode DTMF signals of small amplitude, the gain of the amplifier has to be controlled. The input signals IN of the circuit have to be decoded according to their frequency. The trouble is that their amplitudes from dBm to -4dBm are too small to be detected by the decoder. Indeed the chosen decoder can only detect signals of at least dBm, up to -4dBm.
A logic command CMDresulting of the input signal treatment, is therefore necessary to have a gain of approximately 15dB with a 2dB margin for the small amplitude signals from dBm to at least dBmand a unity gain in other cases. The gain control is achieved by altering the feedback resistor of the operational amplifier as detailed in the circuit principle.
Triggers, which use hysteresis, will be introduced as a generalization of comparators. The purpose of this application note is to show different approaches for modeling such comparators and triggers: Generally, the analog part of a mixed-mode IC takes longer to design but occupies only lee small percentage of the chip’s area.
This trend led only calls for new analog design techniques fully compatible with pure digital VLSI processes  but also it reveals limitations in the use of purely analog, purely digital, or circuit-level-only simulators as design tools.
This is particularly the case with current-mode analog sampled-data circuits or switched-current – SI circuitsrenowned for being one of the toughest kind of circuits to simulate . They demand robust convergence algorithms coupled with realistic and continuous MOS models that will give meaningful results with reasonable simulation time, especially when fine-tuning circuit-level building blocks.
For the fast and effective simulation of complete systems, it is necessary to use higher-level true-behavioral descriptions, formulated in a standard, non-proprietary language such as C; also desirable is an interface lws standard HDLs.
In its electrical and structural levels, SMASH can handle analog components as differential equations and digital components as Boolean laws and event-driven. At a behavioral level, circuit blocks can be substituted by either their Laplace-transform block or by a C-code model, ensuring quick system-level simulations. The use of the mixed-mode multi-level simulation engine of the industry-proven SMASH simulator is illustrated with the switched-current SI technique.
We show how the use of options, models and simulation hierarchy can affect the simulation of SI circuits and how SMASH can be used to obtain flexibility and speed in the design phase.
At circuit-level SMASH accounts for non-ideal device characteristics and at system-level it combines descriptions of SI cells to avoid excessive simulation time. SMASH can easily handle typical mixed-mode systems such as PLLs  or sigma-delta data converters analog modulator and digital filtering. The first part of this application note deals with an example of a saturated, regulated-cascode SI memory cell.
In a third part we discuss the simulation of SI circuits at higher level to demonstrate the potential speed-advantage of higher level modeling. This model is particularly well suited for low power applications.
The equations and parameters are fully documented in the application note. To introduce the model, here are oscillaateurs reprints extracted from this documentation: ACM is a physically based model oscillaterus the MOS transistor suitable for analysis and design of integrated circuits. The static and dynamic characteristics of the MOSFET are accurately described by single-piece functions of the inversion charge densities at source and drain.
A new compact physical approach for saturation is presented. Short geometry effects are included using results previously reported in the technical literature ACM equations currents and charges have infinite order of continuity for all regions of operation. It is also charge-conserving and has explicit equations for its 16 transcapacitances. ACM model is useful not only to simulate circuits with high current density but also low voltage operated circuits because it accurately represents the moderate and weak inversion regions.
A nice document prepared by LINSE laboratory, presenting characteristic plots of the ACM model, and also simulation examples of basic analog structures and circuits, with plots of the results.
Somewhat big to sibusoidaux about k but it’s really worth it if you are interested in MOS transistor modelling A semi-conductor device is partly described by its voltage-current characteristic. The purpose of this application note is to point out the SMASH simulator capabilities to obtain these data interactively.
To illustrate our purpose, we present classical semi-conductor devices which are the bipolar and the MOS transistors.
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L’ensemble des fichiers est fourni sous forme d’une archive Winzip. La partie reproduite ici traite des montages classiques pour oscillateurs osciplateurs. Offering Silicon IP lea catalog. Solutions Partnership for ultra Low-Power design. Low Power always-on panoply. Energy-efficient SoCs at 55 nm. Publications Technical papers Conferences. What is an application note? Dolphin The Verilog-AMS hardware description language  includes extensions dedicated to compact modeling, but does not define a reserved subset for compact modeling.
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Dolphin Circuit simulators provide accurate time domain current and voltage waveforms from a device level description of an integrated circuit. Dolphin In this paper we present solutions sinusoidauc the modeling of systems, containing electronic devices, non-electronic components and software. Gerhard-Mercator-University GH Duisburg The purpose of this application note is to present a capacitive pressure sensor system.
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Gerhard-Mercator-University GH Duisburg The purpose of this application note is to present the suitability of our approach by simulating the deflection of a deformable mirror device DMD together with its controlling circuit.
Dolphin The purpose of this application note is to present different modeling approaches with the SMASH simulator, illustrated with the choice of amplifier model within a simple application, namely the amplifier gain control.
For the fast and effective simulation of complete systems, it is necessary to use higher-level true-behavioral descriptions, formulated in a standard, non-proprietary language such as C; also desirable is an interface for standard HDLs In its electrical and structural levels, SMASH can handle analog components as differential equations and digital components as Boolean laws and event-driven.
Here is a summary of the ACM features: Dolphin A semi-conductor device is partly described by its voltage-current characteristic. Yes, I would like to receive additional information from Dolphin Integration.