Thanks so much for your reference. Lab 6 helped me a lot regarding the
simulations error I was getting, but still couldn't figure out how to do
that random pulse for now!
But I really appreciate the help.
On Monday, April 2, 2018 at 7:37:48 PM UTC-7, Gavin wrote:
> Have a look at lab 6 on cmosedu.com, maybe the LTSPICE or IRSIM example
> there can help:
> If you cannot generate the waveform that you want with PULSE, maybe it can
> be created from a PWL statement or PWL File instead:
> On 4/2/2018 1:33 PM, Salar Parast wrote:
> Hello Justin,
> Thanks so much for your quick reply.
> I know it is a great idea to learn SPICE and I can't argue with that.
> Beside the help files of LTSpice, is there any other reference that you
> recommend which would be helpful in this specific case?
> Also I have found some codes that generates the pulse waveform that I want
> like the CLK and RST, but how would you go about the input, if we need a
> random pulse such as the one I mentioned before.
> Thanks again for all your help.
> On Saturday, March 31, 2018 at 11:50:31 PM UTC-7, Justin Spencer wrote:
>> Hello Salar,
>> Good day! How are you?
>> I see you're using pass transistor logic in you're design.
>> Regarding testing, I encountered the same problem when I made an
>> arithmetic unit.
>> So I instantiated the power supplies via SPICE code instead.
>> If you're unfamiliar with the syntax as you mentioned, I think it would
>> be best to learn it (trust me you'll thank me later, it will give you a lot
>> of flexibility in your simulations). And it's not that hard. When I was
>> starting, I just relied on the help files in LTSpice which have proven to
>> be of great use.
>> On Sunday, 1 April 2018 10:34:10 UTC+8, Salar Parast wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> For my project I have to make a SIPO shift register using D-FF and
>>> transmission gates.
>>> I have made the schematic of the D-FF, and now I would like to test my
>>> design and see if my shift register is working properly.
>>> How can I make a pulse for my clk with fixed duration?
>>> Also I would like to give some random sequence like 01000111101010101 to
>>> my input to capture the shifting perfectly, how could I go about this?
>>> I would prefer to use the Electric's own simulation since I am not
>>> familiar to spice and coding this in LTspice.
>>> Any help would be appreciated.
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