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 how to the error "Size of cell PADI45(80000,141660) is not an integer multiple of its site IOSite(20,400000)" 

Last post Fri, Jun 13 2008 11:29 PM by archive. 1 replies.
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    how to the error "Size of cell PADI45(80000,141660) is not an integer multiple of its site IOSite(20,400000)" Reply

    hi:
       In checkdesign command, i t have the error : Size of cell PADI45(80000,141660) is not an integer multiple of its site IOSite(20,400000)"
       how i should  fixed it ?

       thanks


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    RE: how to the error "Size of cell PADI45(80000,141660) is not an integer multiple of its site IOSite(20,400000)" Reply

    Is this an areaIO? If not, do you actually have IO Sites in your floorplan that the peripheral IOs sit on? I don't believe sites are required for peripheral IOs, so you could remove them from the floorplan. In general, a macro should be an integer multiple of the site, but in the case of IO cells and other non-standard cells, the site is usually exactly the same size as the macro. Are your IO cells (PADI45) declared as CLASS PAD in the LEF? Just a few things to try...

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