Examples

Charge Pump

This example uses absolute coordinates created by offsets_to_coordinates. It has a transparent background and so all wires terminate at terminals rather than passing underneath components. The labels are intended to be rendered by Latex.

../../_images/charge-pump.png

Inverter

This example uses absolute coordinates created by offsets_to_coordinates. It has a transparent background and so all wires terminate at terminals rather than passing underneath components. The labels are intended to be rendered by Latex.

../../_images/inverter.png

Oscillator

This example uses absolute coordinates created by offsets_to_coordinates. It has a transparent background and so all wires terminate at terminals rather than passing underneath components. The labels are intended to be rendered by Latex.

../../_images/oscillator.png

Pipelined ADC

This example uses absolute coordinates created by offsets_to_coordinates. It has a white background and so could route wires under components rather than wiring to terminals, but it largely does not.

../../_images/pipeline-adc.png

Receiver

This example uses relative coordinates. The only absolute coordinates given are for the input, and that is specified as the origin. It has a white background and so could route the wires underneath the components, but does not.

../../_images/receiver.png