I am not getting the result and the error is "the cell view has been modified since the last extraction error validate"
Great job. People like you make the world go around! Thank you!
Glade is an open Source Software; GLADE Tutorial | CMOS Inverter Layout 1 https://youtu.be/Qr0nTPo-Ri0
Great tutorial! Thank you!
Very detailed tutorials, Thanks!
Excellent tutorial. Thank you very much for sharing.
When i do the RC extraction using PEX .. while loading pex.tec file i get the following error " undefined layer name parameter:NSD_C" can you suggest a method to overcome this error??
Thanks a lot. Really useful video.
That's what I was looking for everywhere. Finally here it is!! Thanks a lot
thanks for the video. im designing a rectifier, which the input AC in modulation. when I do LVS check, it show an error because the PMOS of rectifier is connected to capacitor, not the VDD. do you have any advice? thanks
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Grt teaching sir....thank u so much🙏
Plz make a Lecture on ECL topic sir
My exams in 1 week and I have no notes for it cause of corona and this vlsi playlist helped me a lot thank you so much sir💗
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"I am a King of Trivial Questions" - Jacob Baker
thank you very much for sharing your knowledge to us dr. baker! Your book and it's companion website is really gold! from Philippines thank you so much
Among all technical books I read, this is the only book beyond a single book. It include a complete set of information for learn, review and reference for the whole life. I cannot imagine how much time Dr. Baker kept spending on creating and improving this "book".
Really sir, your Book is awesome..
Man, this video is a sizzler. Thumbs up
What is your favorite book?
Which better for hardware enginnering, electrical and electronics engineering or computer engineering?
Haven't watched the video yet, but TCL/TK just jumped out at me. You can write programs on the go on your mobile device while riding to work. Pity modern smart phones don't have a version available. Scripts you write would work on a computer with little or no modification, and this is with a GUI.
her voices is amazing, i could listen to her for hours.
Instead of focusing on books, I have focused on the face... with beautiful eyes and I need to rewatch the video tooo
Wow, what a beautiful eye
Your voice very nice
Where are you
Thanks that was uch needed
Finally finally someone talking about hardware Engineering
Is there any proposed order for studying the books?
is that ur voice like for real
Hi Anastasia , Thanks for introduction to these books.I am in Analog layout and am interested in learning Analog design .Please suggest some simpler book which can be a stepping stone to learn Analog design 🙏
Do you have a site where you can share some of your projects that you've worked on in the past or are currently working on? I'd love to see a video of what you're currently doing, or what was difficult for you to achieve, or what was fun to achieve, with respect to any of your personal, or class projects. As always, great video. Keep the content coming. You have a gift and thank you for sharing that with all of us.
Like your sonds, ameazing...
She is so beautiful it hurts
Love your videos.I am firm believer that young people are wasting time going to university for 4 or 5 years when by buying and reading those books you could become an electrical engineer
for little money.Most students will have to pay over one hundred thousand dollars for Uni.
What a waste.I have invented a way to make all cell phone services free.I have talked to some engineers about it and all they can say is who is going to pay for this.What an attitude. Free is free who is paying.
I am an engineering student and I have a lingering question on the analog side of electronic circuit. I hope you will be able to answer. So I am aware of several analog function block like op amp, timer 555, voltage reference and etc. But I still feel I can't build anything with all the analog circuit knowledge. Most project in analog circuit design are either too easy(boring) or it is too hard like SDR and analog circuit design have fewer project than digital circuit(Arduino) . It also doesn't help that we solve most problem with digital solution. I feel like analog circuit design have very limited application. What do you think about my view on the analog circuit field?
I would love to see a video on the most rudimentary aspects of how a chip is created, and the history of how those processes came to be.
I've searched for a really long time for exactly how such small structures are made, rapidly and en mass, and how connections are made at that level.
All videos that purport to do this invariably leave out the details of how the machines that make chips actually work???
It would be amazing if you could do it!
Anastasi, love your channel.If I could make a recommendation?I would suggest to improve your audio.Maybe adjusting your lapel microphone or upgrade it.Thanks for all your great videos.