Provided by: alliance_5.0-20110203-4_amd64 bug


       addloself - create a logical inductor


       #include "mlo.h"

       loself_list ∗addloself(ptfig,type,self,scon1,scon2,name)
       lofig_list ∗ptfig ;
       char type ;
       double self ;
       losig_list ∗scon1, ∗scon2 ;
       const char ∗name ;


       ptfig               Pointer to the figure in which the inductor should be added

       type                Inductor type

       self                Inductor value in Henry

       scon1               Pointer to the signal to be connected on the inductor top plate

       scon2               Pointer to the signal to be connected on the inductor bottom plate

       name                Inductor instance name


       addloself creates a new inductor, and adds it to the list of inductors pointed to by ptfig
       -> LOSELF. The new inductor is added in front of the list, and  becomes  itself  the  list
       The type parameter can take one value :

              SELFMIM             for a metal inductor

       The self argument is the inductor value in Henry.
       Two  connectors  are created each time a inductor is added, and the scon1 and scon2 losigs
       are attached to the SIG field of the locon of the appropriate  connector.  The  connectors
       names are scon1  and scon2; their direction, DIR, are set to 'L', and their TYPE INTERNAL.
       For details on the structuself, see locon(3) and loself(3).


       addloself returns a pointer to the newly created inductor.


       "∗∗∗ mbk error ∗∗∗ illegal inductor type : type"
              The type is not a legal inductor type.


       #include "mlo.h"

       void parallel_inductors(void) /∗ netlist of two parallel inductors ∗/
         lofig_list ∗pt  = NULL ;
         losig_list ∗in  = NULL ;
         losig_list ∗out = NULL ;

         pt = addlofig("parallel_inductors") ;
         addlocon(pt,"in",in = givelosig(pt,0),IN) ;
         addlocon(pt,"out",out = givelosig(pt,1),OUT) ;

         addloself(pt,SELFMIM,0.6e-6,in,out,"self1") ;
         addloself(pt,SELFMIM,0.6e-6,in,out,"self2") ;


       mbk(1), lofig(3), loself(3), locon(3), delloself(3).