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### Brief Introduction to hAMSter

VHDL-AMS Simulation Environment

Introduction to hAMSter

Components of mixed_mode_simple.vhdand their VHDL-AMS description :

To understand implementation refer to VHDL-AMS Short Reference provided on the web site

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Introduction to hAMSter

Open simulation dialog

- Here you can choose the model to be simulated
- Choose ‚TR‘ for transient analysis
- You should choose ‚Euler‘ as Integrator for better performance
- You can choose one of three methods for solving nonlinear equation systems
- Choose simulation period of 5 ms
- The ‚Min Stepsize‘ should be shorter than fastest signal changes
- Make Max Stepsize‘ shorter for accurate results and longer to improve performance

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Introduction to hAMSter

Open simulation dialog

- Model hierarchy is shown on the right side
- The defined Terminals are listed under ‚Consolidated Nodes‘
- The assigned signals, quantities and generics are listed under ‚Nonconsolidated Nodes‘
- Choose the signals u_c, v_in, and output to get the simulation results
- Click ‚Run‘ to start simulation

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Introduction to hAMSter

hAMSterView opens

- Right Click in Channel Window opens the Channel Dialog
- Choose ‚Best Representation‘ to scale the the Y-axis automatically
- Or ‚Edit Coordinate System…‘ to manipulate the Axis manually

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