Design Methodology: ST 28 nm FD-SOI CMOS Technology - Analog Design Flow and Reference Design
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Authored by Behzad Dehlaghi, Jaro Pristupa, Shayan Shahramian, and Tony Chan Carusone, University of Toronto; and Marco Dragic, Jim Quinn, CMC Microsystems.
This product includes a methodology document and a sample reference design. It is intended as an introduction to analog/RF design flow for the ST Microelectronics 28nm FD-SOI CMOS technology provided by ST through CMP.
The package includes:
- Step-by-step user-guide document
- Sample design with schematic, symbol, and layout views
- Test bench design with schematic and configuration views
- Post-layout simulation script that enables extraction and streamlined PLS flow
Table of Contents
- ST28nm FD-SOI Process Design Kit
- Setting Up the Design Kit
- ST28nm FD-SOI Libraries
- Analog IC Design Flow and Required Tools
- Corner Simulations
- Monte Carlo Simulation
- Layout versus Schematic (LVS)
- Design Rule Check (DRC)
- Post Layout Simulation (PLS)
- Design Submission to CMC
- Appendix I – PLS Extraction and Simulation Script
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