A test wafer generator, written in Python, which generates test structures for characterizing new processes, using parameters defined in a configuration file.
The generator in the LibreSilicon PDK responsible for generating discrete components such as resistors, capacitors and various types of transistors.
The LibreSilicon web presence
The manufacturing process for building the LibrePDK/PearlRiver
The test wafer for the LibrePDK
This project aims a mini clean room environment using the glove box approach in order to allow you building microchips in your garage.
The CMOS implementation of the cult timer chip 555 using the LibrePDK NMOS/PMOS
The Pad Cells for the one micron LibreSilicon node
The collaborative effort to have the best formulation possible of our free silicon license
A collection of ideas, brain storming, drawings and so on, in order to build a machine which doesn't require physical mask sets and can project the layouts onto the wafer on its own.
The Knight Industries Co-Processor
All the Verilog code for the Knight Industries Micro Processor, written with the help of ChatGPT, Bing and other lovely AI helpers.
The website for my startup