I might be able to make this work with a some unconventional modeling tricks, but HyperLynx SI is really not the ideal tool for this simulation. It looks like you need a general-purpose circuit simulator, but HyperLynx SI is optimized for signal integrity on digital signals. I recommend that you look to PADS AMS for general analog (and all disciplines) circuit simulations. Hopefully, an AMS expert will respond to this discussion, too.
Thank you for your replying.I have looked the PADS AMS, but I think it is not suitable for my simulation. I want to do PCB simulation,but the PADS AMS is for schematic.Can you give me some details about your unconventional modeling tricks in Hyperlynx.
HyperLynx SI requires an output buffer to create the signal that propagates through the network. I don't see any signal source in your schematic, so I would create a fake IBIS output driver that actually contained a SPICE voltage source with series resistance. That would at least start a transient signal into the circuit. IBIS doesn't have a way to represent a transistor for arbitrary configuration, so I would use a SPICE transistor model in a subcircuit and assign the subcircuit to the transistor component in the layout. Resistors, capacitors and inductors can be assigned their values in BoardSim.
This is for transient simulation. BoardSim does not run AC sweep simulation, but it can extract S parameters of a layout for use in other simulations.
Looking at the layout, I will say that the PCB layout has no significant effect on the circuit at frequencies less than a few GHz. The circuit elements seem to be designed for something less than 1MHz. I don't see the purpose of including the PCB layout in this circuit analysis.
Thank you for your replying. I think I have learn your meaning.