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# general
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Kuan-Wei Hou

08/14/2020, 7:16 AM
Hello, everyone. I would like to use the pdk in a undergraduate course to teach students analog circuit. I have git-cloned the pdk from Github and execute "make". However, I do not see any files in the directory "skywater-pdk/libraries/sky130_fd_sc_hd/latest". It's empty. Since I am a hardware guy and not familiar with the python env and makefile, there seems to be something wrong. Is there tutorial that shows how can I get the spice model, tech file, design rules, etc?
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tnt

08/14/2020, 7:18 AM
The cell libraries are in submodules that need to be checked out independently.
do
git submodule update --init libraries/sky130_fd_sc_hd/latest
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Kuan-Wei Hou

08/14/2020, 7:48 AM
It works. Thank you very much.
But there are only digital standard cells now. The primitive cells like nmos and pmos would be released later, am I right?
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tnt

08/14/2020, 7:57 AM
I think so. But you can already create parametric primitives directly in magic for instance.
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Kuan-Wei Hou

08/14/2020, 1:42 PM
I will try this. Thanks a lot.
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Riking28

08/15/2020, 3:10 AM
'make submodules' is a shortcut for the above
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