[SI-LIST] Re: Differential Signal at driver and intermediate points in xtk

I don't remember in exactly which menu pulldown it is (maybe PARAMETERS?
(there are only 3 or 4 choices)) but there is a control for showing the
signals in a differential pair as either differential or single.
Just enable the mode you want (you may have to re-simulate, I don't
remember, but that is fast).
The default is to show differential since that is usually what people want
especially for looking at point to point timing.

NOTE: If you save your control file, then for that data-set you will always
have the set conditions as the default.

have fun
jon
(hey, I wrote the differential display part, what's wrong with it?)

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Subject: [SI-LIST] Differential Signal at driver and intermediate points
in xtk



Revered Gurus,

I am simulating a differential pair in xtk ( unix). I am able to get the
differential signal / waveform  at the receiver end. But the xns shows
single ended signals at the driver and at the intermediate test points. The
test points are modelled as caps ( CEFF: 1.0). How can we get the
differential signals at the drivers / intermediate points / test points. Are
the differential signals at the these points just the algebraic difference
of single ended signals ?

Regards and thanks,

Vikas Shukla







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