By Dan FitzPatrick, Ira Miller
This e-book definately desire an editor. a number of the examples,even the fundamental examples are riddled with mistakes. it truly is an okay learn yet do not anticipate to be a beginner after studying this publication.
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Analog System Description and Simulation 35 Analog System Description and Simulation Both the potential and the flow of a source branch are accessible in expressions anywhere in the module. 20, where f is a probe that measures the flow through the branch, and p is a probe that measures the potential across the branch. Hence, both potential and flow sources can assign as well as measure quantities across their respective branches. 3 Illustrated Examples The concepts of probes and sources in the Verilog-A language is readily illustrated using examples of the controlled sources that are the staple of behavioral modeling in Spice.
To use the quantities associated with an analog signal, access functions 2 are used to access values on nodes, ports, or branches. The name of the access function for a signal is taken from the discipline definition of the node, port or branch to which the signal is associated. The signal access functions are used in both reading and assigning signal values. 6), to describe analog behaviors. If the 1. va”. 2. The term access function is a syntactic description. 30 Verilog-A HDL Signals in Analog Systems access function is used in an expression, the access function returns the value of the signal.
16, in which the sum of the flows into a node is zero. Both KPL and KFL are used to relate the values on nodes and branches. The application of both KPL and KFL imply that a node is infinitely 28 Verilog-A HDL Signals in Analog Systems small so that there is negligible difference in potential between any two points on the node and there is a negligible accumulation of flow. 4 Signal-Flow Systems Unlike conservative systems, signal-flow systems only have a potential associated with every node. As a result, a signal-flow port must be unidirectional.
Analog Behavioral Modeling with the Verilog-A Language by Dan FitzPatrick, Ira Miller