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07/26/06 04:01 PM
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I am tryong to understand the notation that Hspice uses for displaying the nodal capacitances when captab is used with .option.

It prints the following for example:

0:in 4.0000a

what does the 0 stand for? is it referring to gnd!? in is an input to an inverter. Does it print out the total capacitance associated with in (gate, diffusion) or just one of the components?


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