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PySTDF

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  Analyzed 12 months ago

PySTDF is a Python module that makes it easy to work with STDF (Teradyne's Standard Test Data Format). STDF is a commonly used binary file format in semiconductor test -- automated test equipment (ATE) from such vendors as Teradyne, Verigy, LTX, Credence, and others support this format.

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gds2pov

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  Analyzed over 2 years ago

gds2pov is a program to take a gds2 layout file and output a POV-Ray scene description file of the GDS2 data. This allows the creation of attractive 3D pictures of an integrated circuit layout.

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semicat

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  Analyzed about 2 years ago

This is an open source semiconductor catalog. Its database contents manufacturer, package type, pin-out and some parameters of components. This database is refreshing continuosly. If you are on-line and new version is available, Eliza upgrades database. Or you can download it from homepage and ... [More] install manually. Categories: analog ICs bipolar transistors and FETs CMOS ICs computer chips dinistors, diacs, thyristors, triacs diodes, diode-bridges memory circuits optoelectronic components TTL ICsReleases eliza-0.1 experimental console version for Linux only It uses combination of file and directories to store data of components. eliza-0.2...0.5 console version for DOS and Linux xeliza-0.1...0.2 graphical version for Linux wineliza-0.1...0.2 graphical version for Windows They use own format datafile (*.edf - Eliza DataFile). Datapack contents all category of components. eliza-*-1.0pre1... graphical version Linux and Windows. They use XML format datafile (*.xedf - XML Eliza DataFile). * is means category. eliza-1.1... current version (all catalog in one package).Screenshot: [Less]

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schoddy

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Tool to calculate band structure and density of electrons/holes in a semiconductor multi-layer structure

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clackwise

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  Analyzed almost 6 years ago

Clackwise Lib is a shell environment to manipulate .lib data in Synopsys Liberty (TM) format. You can read a .lib into Clackwise, query it, manipulate the contents, and compare, add, delete or copy attributes or lib groups between .libs. And you can do all this from a Synopsys-like Tcl shell ... [More] interface, like this: read_lib something.lib ;# read set p1 [get_lib_pin something.db/buf1/y] ;# query set orig_maxcap [get_lib_attribute $p1 max_capacitance] ;# query set_lib_attribute $p1 max_capacitance [expr $orig_maxcap * 2] ;# modify write_lib [get_libs something.db] -out something.mod.lib ;# write outPerl and C++ interfaces are in the roadmap. Clackwise is under development and does not have any releases yet. If you feel brave enough, you can build it from source. [Less]

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Linq To Stdf

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A library for parsing/processing Standard Test Datalog Format (STDF) files, typically used in semiconductor testing.

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stdfparser

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

What is STDF?STDF is the standard test data format used by many of the ATE vendors such as Teradyne. It is the file format most likely being created at production line due to its compactness to save storage spaces. STDF ResourcesSTDF on Wikipedia STDF Group MotivationIt could be very useful and ... [More] convinient to directly look into STDF files, and enables more complicated test data analysis framework to be based on this parser. The old solution is to convertion it to another format (such as TSF) and then open such files with another dedicated tool. This, for me is troublesome and lack of the possibility to fully automate data processing and extraction. Another project pystdf is already there for sometime which supports STDF v4 very well. However somehow (possibly due to the limitation of my knowledge) I found pystdf is a bit diffcult to understand and not easy to extend to meet my personal requirements. Thus I developed this brand new STDF parser that supports both STDFv3 and STDFv4. And I also build an automated yield extraction and reporting tool based on this parser which have now totally substituted the old tool we were using. The parser will support both STDF version 3 and STDF version 4. However the STDF version 3 don't have a public available specification (If at all the version 3 spec is unique for all companies). This STDF version 3 parser is based on Infineon STDF version 3 spec (the spec itself has bugs, well it is fixed in this tool) and probably won't fit your company spec on STDF version 3. Current StatusI would say this STDF parser is reliable enough that it has at least processed more than 10K files (all at mid-night when the server load is at minimum level). The previous development history is all in a git repo which makes the current hg repo only a initial commit of the reliable version. Most of the code is very simple and straightforward. LicenseThis project is released under GPLv3. Related ProjectsI learnt especially how to define the kxCn data type from this project: Another Python-Based STDF parser for STDF version 4 Special NoteI have only tested this script in GNU/Linux environment and it works fine. I don't have much knowledge on MS windows system and I'm glad to hear from other people whether this script works on Windows system. [Less]

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clackwise-da

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Clackwise Lib is a shell environment to manipulate .lib data in Synopsys Liberty (TM) format. You can read a .lib into Clackwise, query it, manipulate the contents, and compare, add, delete or copy attributes or lib groups between .libs. And you can do all this from a Synopsys-like Tcl shell ... [More] interface, like this: read_lib something.lib ;# read set p1 [get_lib_pin something.db/buf1/y] ;# query set orig_maxcap [get_lib_attribute $p1 max_capacitance] ;# query set_lib_attribute $p1 max_capacitance [expr $orig_maxcap * 2] ;# modify write_lib [get_libs something.db] -out something.mod.lib ;# write outPerl and C++ interfaces are in the roadmap. Clackwise is under development and does not have any releases yet. If you feel brave enough, you can build it from source. [Less]

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LabCAT

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  Analyzed 7 months ago

LabCAT is Lightweight and easy to use software system to manage electronic components, instruments and other resources in electronic laboratories. This software system is suitable for home labs and for middles-scale electronic laboratories.

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DEVSIM

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  Analyzed about 2 months ago

TCAD Device Simulator. DEVSIM is a semiconductor device simulation software, using the finite volume method. This software solves partial differential equations on a mesh. The Python interface allows the user to specify their own equations.

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