From: Stephen Peters (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Nov 04 1999 - 17:08:59 PST
It's not clear from your message the purpose of your simulations or what
exactly your project involves, but if you are trying to understand how a
particular I/O buffer design works across temperature you'll need to use a
transistor level model. The data that goes into an IBIS sheet is gathered at
specific voltage/process/temperature points, usually representing the
strongest drive/fastest edge rate and weakest drive/slowest edge rate points.
I don't know of any simulators that adjust this data with temperature.
> Hi I'm a student at the University of Florida. A project I'm working
> on requires simulation using Cadence and aquiring IBIS models.
> I was just wondering if anyone knows if IBIS models can simulate
> various temperatures, and if not, how can I work with these
> models to do these simulations?
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