Sunday 27th February 2022Attachments: (only for registered users) series_devs.png
I'm trying to make a resistor divider which has 99 identical resistors in series. I want to tap various nets between the resistors.
A common way to do this is to use a vector of 99 devices. The first terminal is connected to 'first_net,middle_nets[1:98]' and the second terminal is connected to 'middle_nets[1:98],final_net'.
Normally I'd just of two wires with labels attatched to the two terminals, but in LayoutEditor I know I have to draw a wire between all bus segments so they don't netlist out as "bus2::net[0:99]". In the attatched example, I would draw a bus wire and label it 'inner<0:97>', then connect it to the other wires, but it appears I can't label a bus. Is there any way to connect the two portions of 'inner<0:97>' together?
Jürgen LayoutEditorFull Sunday 27th February 2022Attachments: (only for registered users) Screenshot_20220227_213445.png
That is very similar with the LayoutEditor/SchematicEditor. You just need to connect both pins of the resistor with each other as bus and create a wire/bus connections for the two remaining pin: