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Published: December 2015

The SpecXplorer is an online tool for viewing information from the four main specification documents, namely the Design Rule, Process & Device, PCM Acceptance and Process Reliability Specifications. It contains all of the information from these specification documents and has some very useful features so that you can quickly find what you’re looking for. This tutorial provides you with an introduction to the basic features of the tool. You will find out where to find it, how to select a process family and how to navigate so that you can find general information about the process family. You will then be shown how to locate detailed information about the process modules, design and mask layers, primitive devices, design rules, parameters and operating conditions. The table search and filter functions are also introduced.


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Published: December 2015

The SpecXplorer is an online tool for viewing information from the four main specification documents, namely the Design Rule, Process & Device, PCM Acceptance and Process Reliability Specifications. It contains all of the information from these specification documents and has some very useful features so that you can quickly find what you are looking for. This tutorial covers two of the more advanced features of the tool; “Select Modules” and “Select Modules by Devices”. The “Select Modules” feature is very useful, because it allows you to filter the data displayed to just those modules which you are using, or intend to use, in your design. The “Select Modules by Devices” feature allows you first to select the devices you are interested in and then shows you the module combinations which are valid for that selection of devices. Once you have selected a module combination from the available options, it will then filter the data to that selection of modules.


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Published: December 2015

The SpecXplorer is an online tool for viewing information from the four main specification documents, namely the Design Rule, Process & Device, PCM Acceptance and Process Reliability Specifications. It contains all of the information from these specification documents and has some very useful features so that you can quickly find what you are looking for. This tutorial covers one of the key features of the SpecXplorer; comparing data from two or more process families. Since the data for multiple families is available within the same tool, it is possible to directly compare devices, parameters, rules, operating conditions and more, from multiple process families. This can be a very useful tool when selecting which is the right process family for your requirements.


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Published: December 2015

The SpecXplorer is an online tool for viewing information from the four main specification documents, namely the Design Rule, Process & Device, PCM Acceptance and Process Reliability Specifications. It contains all of the information from these specification documents and has some very useful features so that you can quickly find what you are looking for. This tutorial shows you how to make use of the search and filter functions in order to find MOS devices with a threshold voltage within a user specified range.


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Published: December 2015

The SpecXplorer is an online tool for viewing information from the four main specification documents, namely the Design Rule, Process & Device, PCM Acceptance and Process Reliability Specifications. It contains all of the information from these specification documents and has some very useful features so that you can quickly find what you are looking for. This tutorial shows you how to make use of the search and filter functions in order to find MOS devices with a maximum drain-source operating voltage within a user specified range.


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Published: December 2015

The SpecXplorer is an online tool for viewing information from the four main specification documents, namely the Design Rule, Process & Device, PCM Acceptance and Process Reliability Specifications. It contains all of the information from these specification documents and has some very useful features so that you can quickly find what you are looking for. This tutorial shows you how to bookmark process family and module selections so that you do not have to repeat this each time you log-in.


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Published: August 2008

The XC018 series is X-FAB’s 0.18 micron Modular Logic and Mixed Signal Technology. The platfrom is ideal for SOC application. Main target applications are standard cell, semi-custom and full custom designs for Automotive, Consumer, Industrial as well as Telecommunication products, while the low power and high voltage process is ideal for mobile applications as well as display drivers or controllers. Based upon the industrial standard single poly with up to six metal layers 0.18-micron drawn gate length N-well process, modules are also available for metal-insulatormetal capacitors, high resistive poly, dual gate oxide (1.8V with 3.3V or 5.0V) transistors.


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Published: December 2012

The XH018 series is X-FAB’s 0.18 micron Modular Mixed Signal HV CMOS Technology. Based upon the industrial standard single poly with up to six metal layers 0.18 micron drawn gate length N-well process, integrated with highvoltage and Non-Volatile-Memory modules, the platform is ideal for SOC applications in the automotive market, as well as emdedded high-voltage applications in the communications, consumer and industrial market.
Comprehensive design rules, precise SPICE models, analog and digital libraries, IPs and development kits support the process for major EDA vendors.


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Published: May 2013

The XP018 series is X-FAB’s 0.18 micron Modular Mixed Signal CMOS High Performance Analog Mixed-Signal Technology. Based upon the industrial standard single poly with up to six metal layers 0.18-micron drawn gate length N-well process, integrated with high voltage and Non-Volatile-Memory modules, the platform is engineered for applications needing an integrated solution and cost efficient process for high performance analog ICs. Targeted applications are switching applications, lighting, display, etc; operating in temperature range of -40 to 175 °C.


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Published: June 2008

The FC025 series is X-FAB’s 0.25-micron Modular Logic and Mixed Signal Technology. Main target applications are standard cell, semi-custom and full custom designs for consumer and communication products. Based upon an industry standard single poly with up to five metal layers 0.25-micron drawn gate length N-well process, modules are available for five layers of metal, double poly/metal capacitors, high resistive poly and dual gate oxide (5V) transistors.


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