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transfer from 0.18um to 0.13um, what are different?

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difference 0.13 0.18

i was working on 0.18um, now i want to design the first 0.13um chip for me.
i want to know what are different. thanks.
 

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r u porting ur existing design to 0.13u or it is a fresh design ?
 

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fresh design.
if you can tell me the methods of porting, i also would like to have a try
 

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beabroad said:
i was working on 0.18um, now i want to design the first 0.13um chip for me.
i want to know what are different. thanks.
Just want to confirm. You are working on digitlaor analog?
Since it can be quite different in terms of tech. transfer.

Scottie
 

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on the analog design, however, the technology is said as digital tech
 

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The biggest difference should be the design rule, I think.
 

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if analog, it depond on you supply voltage.
this is to say, if you use high voltage device(i/o device), there is no more difference. but if you core device(1.2v for .13, 1.8v for .18), you must pay attention to the change of the supply voltage.
 

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beabroad said:
on the analog design, however, the technology is said as digital tech
In your analog design, you will use minimum channel length (e.g. 0.13um) or scale it, say 5 times (3.g. 0.13um x 5 = 0.65um) ?

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Hell yeah scaling.....there will effect a lot of things..........

Roughly said....

Pay attention to secondary effect, and the standby power of your device...

u r designing analog right...so the changes will effect the capacitance value of your devices, sometimes it will make your circuit better due to the less capacitance value...but that is quite simple for digital in analog sometime we need the large capacitance to make a switch

Good Luck...
 

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