[Libre-silicon-devel] "555" Repository + Schematic

Éger Ferenc eegerferenc at gmail.com
Mon Apr 29 20:26:23 CEST 2019


Sehr schön. Looks very good for starting point. A little remark: I think
the M6-M7-R1 complex will need to be replaced to a constant-gm reference
(otherwise the bias current will be highly supply-dependent). Also, "syntax
error" near M1-M5 (floating gate).

I would recommend that we move the repo under libresilicon (it is easier
for others (newcomers) to find there, there is already a sort of chaos from
repos distributed under multiple users). I will clone a "work copy" for
myself and have the changes pulled when ready (as done while working on
pearlriver, to reduce merge conflicts).


On Mon, Apr 29, 2019 at 2:17 AM Hagen SANKOWSKI <hsank at posteo.de> wrote:

> Hello List!
> Today on our weekly Mumble session we talked about the "triple-5" once
> more. So I got itchy fingers and set up my personal repository for that
> on github (https://github.com/chipforge/CMOS-555).
> Well, no repository without content - please check the README file and
> see the Schematic I already draw now. For everybody which is lazy to
> install Lepton-EDA (as describted in the README) I attached a fency
> screenshot.
> Please check the Schematic, based on the Wikimedia SVG drawing, for
> mistakes I did. All dimensions for the transistors (Width, Length) and
> the restistors (Resistance) are still just generic. This task I suppose
> will do someone of you which is more an analog guy than me :-)
> BTW, Tatzelbrumm and Ference, do you like to clone the repository and
> we're merging each other? Or, otherwise I can shift the repository to
> the github.com/libresilicon group and we are working there. What do you
> prefer?
> Best Regards,
> Hagen.
> P.S.: Other versions of the CMOS "555" circuit I saw, will follow soon
> as schematics - one e.g. even has on BJT.
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