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who has 90nm spice model? thanks i need this . pls send this email: timtru@gmail.com thanks very much.
I cant find the tsmc cmos 90nm spice model on the internet to use it on pspice ... does anyone have it pls ?? I used to work with the tsmc 90nm model on virtuoso but i dont have virtuoso anymore as i am not running on linux anymore and now i have work to do for my university using the tsmc (...)
At 90nm, tunneling through the gate oxide is very high, that is why your model includes the gate current. Hard to manage it, isn't it?
As we know the square law equation: Id = k'/2ŚW/L(Vgs - Vt)? k' = ?oCox in 90nm, how we can predict the value in order to do hand calculation? can someone tell me the approch on how to design in 90nm process. thanks
some parameters name shown unknow for 90nm model file in ADS . if you reffering to the 90nm PTM model, actually the parameter "xrcrg1" in the PTM is recognized as unknown cause there is some "unknown" character probably space before the "xrcrg1" parameter. so simply backspace it to delete the space character. then the simu
Hi all I need to design a 90nm 6Transistor SRAM. For 90nm Technology 6Transistor SRAM design can u please provide the values for the following parameters. VTH(n), VTH(p), VDD, ?n and ?p Thanks
Electron mobility is always bigger than hole mobility (and not only in Si). I think mobility also depends on doping, temperature and etc. This is true; still electron mobility is bigger than hole mobility at comparable doping & temperature. Just think what "holes" really are: ele
Pspice & Hspice are very similar. You should be able to use the models. You may need to do the odd bit of model editing. Keith. What i understood from websites is that Hspice levels are 50+ and PSICE can be at max 7. Somehow i manged to get one model file (90nm (...)
PTM BSIM3 spice : 180nm ,UO=3.5E-02, 130nm ,UO=1.34E-02, 90nm, UO=5.5E-03, 65nm UO=0.06, 45nm UO=0.032, 32nm UO=0.039. it's too small ,UO unit is? it's cm*2/vs ?
Anyone have 90 nm cmos models ? thanks
Hi You sometime collided with the data on processes from factory TSMC Design Rule and spice model fot 90nm. process or 130nm I need info now PM thanks
Hi You sometime collided with the data on processes from factory TSMC Design Rule and spice model fot 90nm. process or 130nm I need info now PM thanks
Hi You sometime collided with the data on processes from factory TSMC Design Rule and spice model fot 90nm. process or 130nm I need info now PM thanks
Hi all... Rt now I have Library of TSMC 180n technology Is any body have the library of 90nm or 130nm technology ??? or advance than 180nm technology ??? Please reply as soon as possible Thanking of u Hardik Desai
Hi, I'm trying to use PTM models downloaded from in spectre. However, I got syntax error while simulating. Does anybody can tell what kind of modification should be made to the model file. Thank you a lot! The error message is like: " 90nm_bulk.pm" :40 syntax error in specification of 'tnom' " The followin
Hi all, I design a circuit operating at 10GHz and finished layout. Now I want to add the pad and consider the package. Does anyone know which package and pad (the size) I can use for 10GHz and where to get the model for the package and the pad. I am use 90nm technology. Also someone told me that for 10GHz, I cannot use the ESD. In this case
I'm not sure I even understand the question, but what makes you think there is a minimum? If you mean process node, like "90nm" or "32nm" then I suspect there is no real limit. spice doesn't care, as long as you can model the transistors / components.
Hi all, Previously i used process technologies from Mosis for my simulation. It already has test result for every technologies. Now im migrating to PTM model. Im looking for minimum dimension for 90nm, 65nm, 45nm and 32nm technology. From IBM test result (130nm), the Lmin=0.12u, and Wmin=0.16um It there any way to determine the Wmin?
Hi, I am trying to simulate some circuits using Synopsys 90nm model files but I want technology files with smaller feature size. I was wondering if someone could direct me to such spice models. Please help.