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    The EDA design tool for GaAs substrate.

    The EDA design tool for GaAs substrate.

    I know there is a EDA tool called dw-2000, please let me know if there are any other tools except this dw-2000.

    Many thanks for your reply.

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    Re: The EDA design tool for GaAs substrate.

    Can you explain - what you mean - "EDA design tool for GaAs substrate"?

    There are EDA design tools, for layout, schematic capture, LVS, DRC, parasitic extraction, circuit simulation, IR/EM analysis, etc. etc.
    Most of them are commercial, but some of them - free.
    What exactly are you interested in?



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    Re: The EDA design tool for GaAs substrate.

    Quote Originally Posted by hg81 View Post
    The EDA design tool for GaAs substrate.

    I know there is a EDA tool called dw-2000, please let me know if there are any other tools except this dw-2000.

    Many thanks for your reply.
    So confusing. dw-2000 is/was a layout suite, it has nothing to do with substrate type.
    Really, I am not Sam.



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    Re: The EDA design tool for GaAs substrate.

    The place to start is the eventual foundry for this
    GaAs "whatzit". They will be pleased to tell you the
    design kits they offer and what platforms they are
    built for. Anything that is not supported this way is
    some combination of excess effort and increased
    odds of "fail". With no support to be expected, since
    you didn't get on the right bus and it's all on you.



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