From: Alan Zhu (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Jan 03 2001 - 16:25:18 PST
CDL stands for Circuit Description Language. It's meant to be used for
LVS (layout versus schematic) checking. It IS in Spice format. You can
use it directly in your Spice simulations. ( You may have to modify some
of the parameters as some of them, for example the channel length, are so
large that they are out of valid parameter range of the device model).
>From: Doug Hopperstad <email@example.com>
>Subject: [SI-LIST] : RE: CDL file format
>Date: Wed, 3 Jan 2001 17:01:10 -0600
>I asked my vender for IBIS or SPICE models for one of their devices and was
>sent a "CDL" formatted file. The email indicated that the file contains all
>the information about the sub-circuits and should be able to be converted to
>IBIS. Here is my question, what is a CDL file and has anyone converted it to
>either an IBIS or SPICE model? Any feedback would be greatly welcomed.
>Here is some information I found on web regarding CDL files: A CDL (network
>Common data form Description Language) file is an ASCII description of the
>binary data in a netCDF file that is designed to be easily read by humans.
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