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  • Re: CDB2OA Dropping Layers
    Thank you for the response.  We were actually able to figure out the problem.  We had created the tech layer information manually (without using CDB2OA to convert the tech file).  When we did that we were defining one of the pre-defined purposes to a different number from what OA recognizes as the default.  This resulted in a ...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Forum) by LanceT on Thu, Mar 14 2013
  • CDB2OA Dropping Layers
    Has anyone run into a problem with cdb2oa dropping layers when converting a cdb library to oa?  When I use the tool, it seems to convert the "drawing" purpose layers OK but not our "mk" layers.  There is no error or warning in the log file and everything appears to have been converted properly but when I look at the ...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Forum) by LanceT on Tue, Mar 12 2013
  • Re: Assigning a Net Name to a Layer for LVS/RCX
    Thanks for your help Andrew!  I think I can use this.  The only slight limitation is that I need to specify X,Y coordinates (ideally, I would just like the layer to be labeled regardless of its location), but I think we can probably make an assumption that the origin will probably be contained within the extent of the design (since ...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Forum) by LanceT on Fri, Feb 8 2013
  • Re: Assigning a Net Name to a Layer for LVS/RCX
    For RCX, being able to specify the substrate as the Ref Node is certainly part of it and I do have it set up to do that.  What I am looking for is a way to define a label for that node without creating a physical label in the layout.  That is what we are currently doing - we have to add a goofy bogus connection in order to assign ...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Forum) by LanceT on Fri, Feb 8 2013
  • Re: Assigning a Net Name to a Layer for LVS/RCX
    Yeah, I realized after I posted this that I probably should have mentioned that.  We are using Assura for both LVS and RCX.  Typically, we run from the GUI in icfb.
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Forum) by LanceT on Fri, Feb 8 2013
  • Assigning a Net Name to a Layer for LVS/RCX
    Does anyone know of a way to assign a specific net name to a layer for use in LVS/RCX?  We are using a process where the bottom layer of the design will be electrically connected to a signal "GND_SUB" and I want to be able to assign that label without having to create a physical connection to it.  I can create bogus ...
    Posted to Custom IC Design (Forum) by LanceT on Fri, Feb 8 2013
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