A neat feature of the tool I use (ICX) is that I can take my design, select
the area, nets etc that I am interested in, select them and then do "delete
unselected". This allows me to experiment in the area of interest with
everything else removed.
A not so neat feature I discovered recently is that for the purpose of
automatic synthesis I have a net connected to a BGA. I need to use a
different VIA on the "dog-bone" of the BGA to the vias I want to use outside
the confines of the BGA pacakage. With ICX I only seem to be able to specify
one via for synthesis. I am awaiting a response on this from the Vendor.
From: Daniel Roganti [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, October 05, 1999 10:30 AM
Subject: [SI-LIST] : Features to look for in an SI Tool
I'm beginning to evaluate a SI Tool and to arrange a Demo using our
Would anyone have some insight into what important features to look for in
an SI Tool.
I'm trying to differentiate between the nice-to-have and really-need
Any info is appreciated.
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