ADS

Version 2020 Standalone

For ADS version 2020  standalone:

    >source /tools/keysight/ads2020/cshrc.ads
    >ads &

Version 2019 update 1 Standalone

For ADS version 2019 update 1 standalone:

    >source /tools/keysight/ads2019updt1/cshrc.ads
    >ads &

Version 2017 update 1 Standalone

For ADS version 2017 update 1 standalone:

    >source /tools/keysight/ads2017updt1/cshrc.ads
    >ads &

Version 2017 Standalone

For ADS version 2017 standalone:

    >source /tools/keysight/ads201601/cshrc.ads
    >ads &

Version 2016.01 Standalone

For ADS version 2016.01 standalone:

    >source /tools/keysight/ads201601/cshrc.ads
    >ads &

ADS Dynamic Link Setup

Add the following line to your .cdsinit file in your top level directory or your working directory for Cadence:

    loadi(strcat(getShellEnvVar("HPEESOF_DIR") "/idf/config/.cdsinit"))

/tools/cadence/ic616 and /tools/cadence/ic616hf are setup for ADS201501 & GoldenGate-4-9-0 via sourcing the cshrc.49ads file in respective directories. /tools/cadence/ic616hf and /tools/cadence/ic617 are setup for ADS 201601 & GoldenGate-4-9-5 via sourcing cshrc.64gg495bitRH6 in respective directories. The latest versions of ADS & GoldenGate & Cadence can be accessed via sourcing /tools/cadence/ic617new/RH6sp161adsSource /tools/cadence/ic618hf050/cshrc.ads2020RH to run ADS Dynamic Link 2020.


Keysight Student License program

http://www.keysight.com/find/eesof-university-codeword-request

The hostid can be found by doing the following on your PC:

Windows Operating System

Click on Start and type cmd in the search field and hit Enter
At the prompt, type ipconfig /all

Host Id is the Physical Address displayed on your machine of the LAN adapter.
FOR EXAMPLE:
Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection: (no numbers after this)
Connection-specific DNS Suffix . . . . . . . . . . your_network.com.
Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Broadcom NetXtreme Gigabit Ethernet
Physical Address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX

LINUX – RedHat

Host Name: enter in command: /bin/hostname

LAN Card Ethernet ID: enter in command: /sbin/ifconfig -a eth0

The command will return information similar to this:
Ethernet Address: XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX (also known as hardware address)

Last revised November 15, 2019.