[Libre-silicon-devel] GoFundMe campaign for the clean room

David Lanzendörfer david.lanzendoerfer at lanceville.cn
Wed May 1 05:02:37 CEST 2019


>> My read on the larger free silicon community is there is a lot of
>> skepticism that David and Hagen can pull off *any* chip but if they were
>> to do so a wellspring of support and interest is to follow.

> Also, on what is the statement on the go fund me campaign that the 555
> timer is only a few weeks of based on ?
> Currently I only have seen a schematic posted and did not even see a
> diode characteristic of any junction in the process under development.
> I may be indoctrinated by too long being involved with clean room work.
> But to me such a statement seems to be totally unrealistic and i guess
> to anyone with micro-electronics clean room experience.
> IMHO, only real things that can be achieved should be on funding page.

We're now finalizing the first wafer with nitride spacers and have prepared 
two wafers with STI, which will be thermally compensated, so that the 
threshold voltage will be somewhere around the 0.7V/-0.7V threshold.

I'm not a quitter, and getting this node to work is more of an existential 
need for me, so if everything goes well, we can provide the diode and also a 
general NMOS/PMOS model on Friday in a week.

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