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I am not an expert on ibm 130nm but it sounds like an antenna vioaltion of M3 to a diode not connected to the substrate. For nets connected to NW contact, where the NW net is not connected to a substrate contact defined by ((RX over BP) not over (NW or JD or PI)) This means for a metal to NWell contact (using P+ SD) that is not also connected
Hi i am designing an LNA on ibm 130nm and cannot decide which capacitor,inductor or resistor to take for my LNA .I have to work for 2.4 GHz.Ifsomebody knows it.Please help me for it. Also tell me what is meant if its written that this capacitor is availble withBEOL metallizatin only. Thnax
Hi, I am working on a chip design which needs to be submitted to ibm in a short while. I have had some challenges with the design kit. I am currently the only user of this technology, so there are some basic issues involved. I am trying to extract parasitics from my layout. DRC and LVS run properly and I do not get any major errors. However,
Hello, I am trying to do a layout in Cadence and I would appreciate any information on these ibm design kits (9SF / 9LP / 9RF). Has anyone used any of them before? Is it easy to install? Is it compatible with MOSIS? Thanks! Michael
Hi, I am facing the same issue with extraction using Calibre and ibm130nm. Is there a way to fix it? Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks!!
i don't think anyone here really knows who CMC are (other than myself maybe)... ibm cmrf8sf (cmosp13 in CMC terms) is great, I just submitted a fab in it. easy to set up, pcells for everything, mosis is great with support. tsmc .18 (cmosp18) is good if you're new to cadence, its not a very complicated kit but not very robust either. no pcells, c
Hello, I'm extracting a simple circuit block (double-balanced passive mixer), which has only 4 transistors, each has 64um total width, 64 fingers. After I did Calibre PEX extraction (R+C+CC), I noticed the CC term (coupled capacitance) is extremely large, on the order of 70fF, which does not make any sense. I'm suspecting that Calibre also ext