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    the maximum allowed length and width in 130 nm technology cadence design

    what is the maximum length and width that can be used in 130 nm technology while designing in cadence

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    Re: the maximum allowed length and width in 130 nm technology cadence design

    You can use any long length and wide width as long as your models support it.

    To increase a maximum limited model width is easy: use several in parallel.
    Increasing a maximum limited model length can be done by serializing, but might be limited by max. bulk-to-source voltage Vbs .


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    Re: the maximum allowed length and width in 130 nm technology cadence design

    thankyou erikl.
    do you know the maximum allowable length and width supported by cadence 130 nm technology for a single mosfet

    the maximum length and width supported by cadence 130 nm technology
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    Re: the maximum allowed length and width in 130 nm technology cadence design

    This is not a Cadence issue. It's a PDK issue and any answer
    comes from the foundry, what they chose to model and check.
    They might set an arbitrary limit where they think "nobody
    (sane) would ever..." but that's some misplaced faith.

    Get the PDK. Read the rules. Your answer will be there,
    somewhere.



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