Regarding your question about plotting eye diagrams in HSPICE, try
defining parameter(s) that are "sawtooth time", then plotting the
waveform versus one of these parameters. The general form is:
where BitTime is the bit interval and Phase (0 <= Phase < 1) is
a time offset to center your displayed eye diagram. I define
several of these parameters, then choose the best one for display.
You also need to set a switch in AvanWaves to turn off the flyback
which will otherwise mess up the plot. (I think this is a setting
to plot points vs. plot lines, but don't recall.)
There's probably a slicker way, but this works. Hope it helps.
Mike (not the Mike to which you addressed your question)
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