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Attofarad accuracy for high-performance memory design

Limitations of current parasitic extraction technologies for memory
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re: Attofarad accuracy for high-performance memory design
Karen Chow   3/31/2011 5:43:16 PM
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Excellent article about using a field solver to extract from bit cells all the way up to full memory chips. Also, just saw a press release about STARC using Calibre xACT 3D to extract full SRAMs: http://www.eetimes.com/electronics-news/4214494/STARC-assesses-Mentor-s-Calibre-xACT-3D-extraction-tool-

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