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  • We'd even drive to Rocklin to see.
  • At the moment of birth a crowd of people gathered around watching is probably not welcome.

    Live streamed on Youtube. That's OK.

    :)

  • Live streamed on Youtube sounds great. Whatever it is that SpaceX, ULA, Arianespace, and Blue Origin are doing for each launch, it works great.

    Would I be there watching live? You bet I would!!
  • samuellsamuell Posts: 167
    edited September 5 Vote Up0Vote Down
    Hi,

    It would be great to see this live, or on a video. I'm looking forward!

    Kind regards, Samuel Lourenço
  • Well, Rocklin is a 9 hour drive for me. Just open the door. I will do it, can bring treats, energy food.

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  • Three more weeks to first silicon! :smiley:
  • Dave Hein wrote: »
    Three more weeks to first silicon! :smiley:
    Wow! It's coming fast.


  • We are going to get our P2D2 boards all ready for the chips.
  • cgracey wrote: »
    We are going to get our P2D2 boards all ready for the chips.

    When we find the BOM for P2D2 so we can get some parts. Where's the BOM. . .somebody, maybe in Oz (when they wake up this morning)?

    Ken Gracey
  • PublisonPublison Posts: 10,238
    edited September 10 Vote Up0Vote Down
    Ken Gracey wrote: »
    cgracey wrote: »
    We are going to get our P2D2 boards all ready for the chips.

    When we find the BOM for P2D2 so we can get some parts. Where's the BOM. . .somebody, maybe in Oz (when they wake up this morning)?

    Ken Gracey

    The schematic is on the first page of this thread:
    http://forums.parallax.com/discussion/168645/p2d2-an-open-hardware-reference-design-for-the-p2-cpu/p1
    You might get an idea of the BOM from that.
    Things have changed in the thread a little, but that's a start

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  • Ken Gracey wrote: »
    cgracey wrote: »
    We are going to get our P2D2 boards all ready for the chips.

    When we find the BOM for P2D2 so we can get some parts. Where's the BOM. . .somebody, maybe in Oz (when they wake up this morning)?

    Ken Gracey

    There is P2D2F BOM.XLS for the current? batch, in the P2D2 folder on Peter's P2D2 folder link here

  • cgraceycgracey Posts: 9,184
    edited September 12 Vote Up0Vote Down
    Got an email from OnSemi a few hours ago:
    · Wafer lot was further expedited through fab this past week, and has completed fab.

    · Wafer lot is due to ship out to Pocatello today; will be set up for prober configuration prior to start of wafer probe.

    · We are still tracking to the October 1st ship date for the initial prototypes; with possible potential for pull-in.

    This is great!!!
  • Great news Chip!
  • jmgjmg Posts: 11,778
    edited September 12 Vote Up0Vote Down
    cgracey wrote: »
    Got an email from OnSemi a few hours ago:
    · Wafer lot was further expedited through fab this past week, and has completed fab.

    · Wafer lot is due to ship out to Pocatello today; will be set up for prober configuration prior to start of wafer probe.

    · We are still tracking to the October 1st ship date for the initial prototypes; with possible potential for pull-in.

    This is great!!!

    Hehe, I am sure as this gets more real, the whole of OnSemi will be curious too :)

    How does the P2 die area compare with their 'usual 180nm' complexity and die size ?
    My guess is it is an outlier, with nothing as large/complex being run ?

    I'm presuming wafer flow QC-test includes some silicon equivalent of the PCBlayers confirm often seen on PCB edges.
    eg a cluster of rRcC RingOsc/divider in each corner confirms 'in spec', as everything moves along.


  • Seems similar to 8 months pregnant... :)
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  • Rayman wrote: »
    Seems similar to 8 months pregnant... :)

    I'll have to take your word for that ;)
  • cgracey wrote: »
    Got an email from OnSemi a few hours ago:
    · Wafer lot was further expedited through fab this past week, and has completed fab.

    · Wafer lot is due to ship out to Pocatello today; will be set up for prober configuration prior to start of wafer probe.

    · We are still tracking to the October 1st ship date for the initial prototypes; with possible potential for pull-in.

    This is great!!!
    Quite exciting indeed! Will you make a Halloween display using a P2?
  • David Betz wrote: »
    Quite exciting indeed! Will you make a Halloween display using a P2?

    Hehe, Chip will be at Halloween display level, should P2 work !!! ;)

  • cgracey wrote: »
    Got an email from OnSemi a few hours ago:
    · Wafer lot was further expedited through fab this past week, and has completed fab.

    · Wafer lot is due to ship out to Pocatello today; will be set up for prober configuration prior to start of wafer probe.

    · We are still tracking to the October 1st ship date for the initial prototypes; with possible potential for pull-in.

    This is great!!!

    Can you start a new thread, where you can edit the first post, so viewers can see each mini-milestone ?
    Right now - on courier ?
    next few days ? wafer probe ?
    Do they indicate test-path yield regions, and where each wafer lies ?
  • jmg wrote: »
    cgracey wrote: »
    Got an email from OnSemi a few hours ago:
    · Wafer lot was further expedited through fab this past week, and has completed fab.

    · Wafer lot is due to ship out to Pocatello today; will be set up for prober configuration prior to start of wafer probe.

    · We are still tracking to the October 1st ship date for the initial prototypes; with possible potential for pull-in.

    This is great!!!

    Can you start a new thread, where you can edit the first post, so viewers can see each mini-milestone ?
    Right now - on courier ?
    next few days ? wafer probe ?
    Do they indicate test-path yield regions, and where each wafer lies ?

    Ok.
  • WOOOT!

    (Just getting back home from a trade show. Great news here!)
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  • Fascinating to consider that the P2 now exists. Bond wires and the application of electrical potential are all that stand between our present mundane existence and _______!? :open_mouth:
  • K2 wrote: »
    Fascinating to consider that the P2 now exists. Bond wires and the application of electrical potential are all that stand between our present mundane existence and _______!? :open_mouth:

    I got a text from the floorplanner/place-and-route guy today at OnSemi. He said they will probably have the wafers on their prober tomorrow in Pocatello. He said it's a stressful thing when a new chip comes in and they have to get all the initial test setup established.
  • Would be good if we are able to get a photo or two of the wafer :)

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  • cgracey wrote: »
    I got a text from the floorplanner/place-and-route guy today at OnSemi. He said they will probably have the wafers on their prober tomorrow in Pocatello. He said it's a stressful thing when a new chip comes in and they have to get all the initial test setup established.

    Google tells me :

    Time in Pocatello, ID, USA : 6:00 PM Thursday, 13 September 2018 (GMT-6)

    Silence is not a good sign ?


  • cgraceycgracey Posts: 9,184
    edited September 14 Vote Up0Vote Down
    jmg wrote: »
    cgracey wrote: »
    I got a text from the floorplanner/place-and-route guy today at OnSemi. He said they will probably have the wafers on their prober tomorrow in Pocatello. He said it's a stressful thing when a new chip comes in and they have to get all the initial test setup established.

    Google tells me :

    Time in Pocatello, ID, USA : 6:00 PM Thursday, 13 September 2018 (GMT-6)

    Silence is not a good sign ?


    I didn't hear anything today. Plus, I was catching up on sleep after a guy I know through church was using our barn until 3:30am to work on his truck, while he kept trying to guilt me into lending him $100 for gas so that he could go down to Sacramento to visit a special doctor who gives him an off-label, double-dose, ritalin prescription. It's kind of a Red Bluff thing. I got lots of work done on the Spin2 interpreter, anyway.
  • Fingers crossed.... :)

    Google say's it's just gone 9:am ...
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