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 How to get the resistance per micron of metal layers?  

Last post Fri, May 24 2013 9:24 AM by qijianfei. 0 replies.
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    • qijianfei
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    How to get the resistance per micron of metal layers? Reply

     Dear All,

     I need to get the resistance per micron of a certain metal layers. What commands can I use?

     I find two commands.

    One is "dbLayerRes". There is no manaul for the command. What is the unit of its returned value?

    The other one is "getPGNetResis".  It mentioned in its manual that the effective resistance between two pins can be returned by the option -psp <x1 y1 layer1 x2 y2 layer2>. How should I use this commond to get the effective R btween two pins? What does x1 or y1 mean?  

     Best, 

    qijianfei

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