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General custom library
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on Aug 1, 2006
on Aug 1, 2006 by mfredrik
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I have created custom parts (transistors for example) and placed them in the â€œUser Libraryâ€
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Aug 1, 2006 10:10 AM
I assume you used the menu
Tools > Custom Library > Create > User Part
The design file is then stored by default in $HOME/hpeesof/circuit/networks
The ael file for the deisgn is stored in $HOME/hpeesof/circuit/ael
($HOME home is your ADS home directory. On PC, the default location is typically c:\users\default. On UNIX, this is typically $HOME)
If you restarted ADS then you should be able to use this part in any of your projects.
You can insert the part by typing the name in the history list and hit enter, or from the Library Browser. In the Library Browser, look for a group that is called "User Library".
To share components/parts with your colleagues you could use the "Site Part" feature. But there are many other ways to configure and setup libraries for workgroups. I would recommend you to read in the ADS Customization Manual, do some research in Knowledge Center etc, before you decide how to implement a company/group wide library.
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