Import a cell designed using other technology

Discussion in 'Cadence' started by Juan Felipe Osorio, Jun 3, 2004.

  1. Hi,
    I have a design (layout) and stuff that I would like to inplement using
    other similar technology How can I do it ?
    Juan Osorio
    Juan Felipe Osorio, Jun 3, 2004
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  2. Juan Felipe Osorio

    Simon S. IBM Guest

    Hello Juan O,

    Your knowable question above, belies your uncomplicated yet
    manifest comprehension of the overall layout migration problem.

    Since you've spent so much of your valuable time providing us
    completely graspable details, I feel we must likewise expend a
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    questions in a likewise crystal clear lambently brilliant fashion.

    Your first step in "implementing a design layout & stuff" is to
    locate the pronounced desireable "similar technology" of lore.
    This, of course, can be obtained from a variety of obvious HTML
    sites, mostly in straighforward and unmistakable web locations.

    Once you've obtained palpable technology, your very next steps
    must be conspicuously intelligible to the EDA community at large.
    Specifically you'll need to incontrovertibly morph your "stuff"
    using as transpicuous and unblurred an approach as possible.

    Expressly referencing the acclaimed comp.cad.cadence newsgroup,
    most of the unmistakable patent layout migration methods have
    already been precisely spelled out in sharp, simple, & decidely
    straightforward threads by singularly highly regarded engineers
    such as yourself.

    Luckily for you, many EDA extroverts are available to answer your
    questions in as transparent a fashion as well-spoken rational &
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    If my feedback is at all ambiguous or fuzzy, hazy or incomprehensible,
    please let me know so I can amend any obscure, unclear or vague
    portions of my reply herein so that you can quickly resolve your
    design problem with a scintilla of a smidgen of effort on your part.

    Simon S. IBM, Jun 15, 2004
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  3. LOL!


    Andrew Beckett, Jun 15, 2004
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