ALIGN Open-Source Tool for Analog Circuit Layout Synthesis: Hands-on Lab-based Training Webinar
If you're a circuit designer looking for a more efficient way to synthesize analog circuit layouts, then you won't want to miss this free webinar on the ALIGN open-source tool. Developed by a team of academics and industry professionals, ALIGN is an automatic layout generator
that can translate an unannotated SPICE netlist into a GDSII layout in just 24 hours.
In this webinar, we'll be discussing how the ALIGN tool works and how it can be used to synthesize the layout for a 4-bit asynchronous up counter
. This mixed-signal circuit is designed using xschem and Ngspice tools and features T flip-flops, a ring oscillator, an ADC, and a DAC. The webinar will cover a range of topics related to the ALIGN project, including design specifications, an introduction to ALIGN, installation of ALIGN prerequisites, ALIGN installation, ALIGN SKY130 installation with a buffer example, and pre and post-layout analysis of a ring oscillator
One of the benefits of ALIGN is that it's an open-source tool, meaning that it's freely available to use and modify. This makes it an excellent resource for designers who are looking for a more customizable and efficient way to synthesize analog circuit layouts. Additionally, the ALIGN tool was jointly developed under the DARPA IDEA program by the University of Minnesota, Texas A&M University, and Intel Corporation, so you know that it's been rigorously tested and optimized for real-world use.
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Webinar Dates and Timings
- 2nd May, 8pm to 9pm IST
To enroll in this free webinar and learn more about how ALIGN can help you with your analog circuit layout synthesis, simply click on the link below. We look forward to seeing you there!
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