From: Jim Thompson
Subject: Re: layout help !
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On Tue, 17 Dec 2002 16:01:15 -0500,
Jason Rosinski ,
In Newsgroup: sci.electronics.design,
Entitled: "Re: layout help !",
Wrote the following:
|> Dear All:
|> I really need to save this layout space:
|> my boss tell me:
|> [move the source contact(in the yellow circle) to the bottom of second NMOS]
|> In fact, I don't understand what he mean!
|> If I move source contact to the bottom of second NMOS,
|> how to draw thin oxide of original NMOS(first NMOS)?
|> or how it works as an NMOS transistor...
| I'm assuming that the dashed line represents the well or active area
|definition. Can't you redraw the well to have a small segment in the
|new area? (near the yellow circle)
| Then you can still have the contact and shift the other segment over.
This whole thread is beginning to sound like homework to me ;-)
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