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config:netlist [2022/05/19 11:59]
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config:netlist [2022/05/19 12:00] (current)
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 int discrete_length 2 int discrete_length 2
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-This specifies that all transistor lengths should be 2 lambda. In the scenario when the netlist requires a longer transistor (e.g. weak feedback in a staticizer), ''netgen'' will automatically break up the long transistor into a series chain of transistors that have the equivalent effective length (rounding up in case the required width is not a multiple of ''discrete_length'').+This specifies that all transistor lengths should be 2 lambda. In the scenario when the netlist requires a longer transistor (e.g. weak feedback in a staticizer), ''prs2net'' will automatically break up the long transistor into a series chain of transistors that have the equivalent effective length (rounding up in case the required width is not a multiple of ''discrete_length'').
  
 A technology may have only some length ranges that are valid for transistors. In this case, the ''fet_length_ranges'' parameter can be set. A technology may have only some length ranges that are valid for transistors. In this case, the ''fet_length_ranges'' parameter can be set.
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 string pfet_svt "soi:pfet" string pfet_svt "soi:pfet"
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-Here the fet model names are "nfet" and "pfet", and the prefix "soi:" informs netgen that it should always tie the fourth terminal to ground. The ''use_subckt_models'' configuration file parameter is used to use "X" instead of "M"+Here the fet model names are "nfet" and "pfet", and the prefix "soi:" informs ''prs2net'' that it should always tie the fourth terminal to ground. The ''use_subckt_models'' configuration file parameter is used to use "X" instead of "M"
  
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