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LORES(3)	       MBK LOGICAL STRUCTURE DEFINITIONS	      LORES(3)

NAME
       lores - mbk logical resistor

DESCRIPTION
       The lores is used to describe a logical resistor. Please	note, this de-
       scription is different from the RCN description	and  has  a  different
       purpose:	 the  created resistor is a functional logical resistor, not a
       parasitic resistor.  For	the time being,	only MIM (i.e. metal) resistor
       type is supported.

       The  declarations  needed  to work on lores are available in the	header
       file "/labo/include/mlo.h".

       The following C structure supports the description of the  logical  re-
       sistor :

	      typedef struct lores
		 {
		   struct lores	  *NEXT	 ;
		   struct locon	  *RCON1 ;
		   struct locon	  *RCON2 ;
		   char		  *NAME	 ;
		   double	  RESI	 ;
		   char		  TYPE	 ;
		   struct ptype	  *USER	 ;
		 } lores_list		 ;

       NEXT		   Pointer to the next lores of	the list.

       RCON1		   Pointer  to	the  rcon1  connector of the resistor.
			   This	connector is, of course	unique.	 See  locon(3)
			   for details.

       RCON2		   Pointer  to	the  rcon2  connector of the resistor.
			   This	connector is, of course	unique.	 See  locon(3)
			   for details.

       NAME		   Resistor instance name

       RESI		   Resistance value

       TYPE		   Layer  type	of  the	 resistor. One legal values is
			   available :

			   RESMIM	       Metal resistor.

       USER		   Pointer to a	ptype list, see	ptype(3) for  details,
			   that	is a general purpose pointer used to share in-
			   formations on the resistor.	 This  field  is  used
			   with	 the LORES_INFO(3) ptype to store physical in-
			   formations.

SEE ALSO
       mbk(1), addlores(3), getlores(3), dellores(3),  setlores(3),  locon(3),
       lofig(3), ptype(3).

ASIM/LIP6			August 14, 2002			      LORES(3)

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