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rppd in cadence
May 16th, 2017, 9:31am
 
Hello,
I am currently working in IHP technology SG13G2 0.6.1. I am designing a clock regenerator circuit. I am using rppd's in my design to replace the ideal resistors. I am new to this. I don't know, how Imax is calculated within the rppd properties. Could anyone tell me how to solve this issue. Help is appreciated.

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Reply #1 - May 16th, 2017, 1:33pm
 
What are rppds?

Why do you care what Imax is? Are you getting some warning about it and you think it may be affecting your results?
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Reply #2 - May 19th, 2017, 2:01am
 
No, the problem is I don't know what values to give for the rppd ressitance (R) since I need them according to the change in the base current of the transistors. Is there a way to solve this issue?

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Reply #3 - Jun 7th, 2017, 8:28am
 
Again I ask: what are rppd's?

Imax for resistors is often calculated in mA per unit width, so you'd need to know something about the width, not just the resistance.
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