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to build the shell script for ‘vsdflow’ on CentOS, and finally I have the first cut ready. You just need to follow steps given in below link for CentOS, and all opensource EDA tools (PNR, STA, Layout, LVS) will be installed on your system. There are 2 testcases (picorv32 and spi_slave) inside the below link to test whether all tools have been installed or not. After running the shell script in below link, you need run the testcase
A good takeaway from above is which is the best flow – Well, there is no single answer to this. You can use “flow 1”, if your organization is constrained by cost and comparable performance, and you can go for “flow 2” if performance is the criteria.
DRC is something which (most likely) is supposed to fail in first instance. Let’s see what you do to fix them. In below eg. drc count is 25. Qrouter (an open-source router, which will be discussed in detail in webinar) is really good with some standard cell sets like the one which comes distributed with qflow, like OSU018, they are really nice one’s to work with. All the ports have nice squares, they don’t have these inside ‘L’ corners as shown below.
This webinar will talk about how do you do that using Machine Learning and Deep Learning techniques. Participants for this webinar range from students to some of service company India head and Program managers. So we will cover from basics to advanced + labs on cloud.
Hi Glad to have a prestigious institution (University of Illinois) and a market leader in Library characterization/modelling (Paripath) as our technology partners. For more, read […]
Its static though, but really efficient….. I am referring to voltage-in-voltage-out VIVO model which is nothing but a current table as a function of input […]
Never really found a chance to properly introduce myself and my background to all of you. So here it is… My name is Kunal Ghosh […]
Get geared up for my next “to be” launched course on CCS timing libraries – Constructs and characterization. Let me be a bit frank here […]