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In my design, I'm working on a very old twin tub process. so, i don't
have a latchup ruledeck and so i gotta verify latchup related stuff
manually. I'm using calibre for verifications. I don't have assura etup
for this technology. I verified most of the latchup guidelines like
region related, guard ring related. etc. The process guidelines say
that power plot should be very good. So, i wanna extract all power and
ground nets individually and check whether the connectivity is good
enough or not.
Did any of you had a similar situation where you had to write a code and extract the nets? Please share ur comments on this.
In IC615 you could use the Connectivity->Nets->Mark command, and then use the Connectivity->Nets->Save All Mark Nets to save the resulting shapes to another cellView.
In reply to Andrew Beckett:
Great ! this is also what I'm looking for. Do you think there is a way to save the resulting of shapes to another cellView in CDBA instead of OA? In CDBA, the net is maked, but there is no saving option in the GUI. I'm not sure if the saving function already exists in CDBA. If it does, how to save it ?
In reply to wiiboy:
There's no facility to save the marked nets in IC5141.