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Component Symbol Information Management and Display Usability
Component symbol management is critical to your design workflow. See how a unified interface can help you implement your management strategy.
Schematic Capture Design Integration Thrives With Unified Partners
Easily output circuit variations in shareable formats to facilitate brainstorming throughout the design and development cycle.
Annotate Reference Designators With Custom Global Properties
Changes of reference designators due to re-annotation is important to migrate back to the schematic to keep information synchronized between schematic and PCB.
Choosing PCB Design Software Which Priortizes PCB Design
Designing PCB layer structure and component placement to include good grounding and solid net placement is a pleasure when your tools are available with intuitive menus and commands.
Kick Your EDA Translators to the Curb: Choose Unified Design
Altium Designer 18 offers a modern unified design environment and EDA software that is built from the ground up and includes a framework with all the tools needed for printed circuit assembly design.
Use Interactive Routing to Mitigate EMI Issues from High-Speed PCB Traces
Altium’s Interactive Router alleviates errors introduced by autorouters, giving PCB designers the right tools for routing a quality PCB the first time.
Sporty 3D Component Model Drivers for Layout in PCB Design
Importing 3D models should be easy with EDA tools built to elegantly incorporate available updates.
High-Speed PCB Design Analysis: Simulations and Signal Integrity Checks
Signal integrity simulation tools include graphical waveform analysis and impedance calculators in both schematic capture and PCB layout to provide solutions.
Dispel Confusion with Global Editing: Poor DxDesigner Usability Causes Confusion
Flexible global editing within PCB tools simplifies updates with versatile selection tools. DxDesigner editor and usability would be much easier as simple global editing.
Avoid Integrated and Netlist Data Flows Slowing Design Starts
Moving legacy or work-in-progress PCB designs shouldn’t slow design starts. Migrating to newer versions of the tools should be seamless rather than breaking fully functioning design directories.
Customize designs with Consistent and Flexible Custom Rules and Queries
Setting up and adjusting rules within a hierarchical structure makes using queries easy when customizing your design environment.
Component Information Management in a Unified Design Environment
Component information management shouldn’t have to be difficult. Working in a unified design environment make managing components easy.
PCB Design Software Upgrades: Progressive Releases Build Confidence
Absence of tool progress is causing users to feel unsupported and to feel that their software is becoming a poor long-term investment for their business needs. Upgrade smartly.
Creepage and Clearance Design Rules Require More Than Integrated Flow
Enough clearance and creepage must be designed into the printed circuit board to avoid arcing or catastrophic heat. Design rules will help resolve this.
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Old Software Doesn’t Need a Leash for New Supplier Parts Updating
While you might have gotten used to creating work-around solutions for poor software supplier parts updating, it would be better to improve your design software
Don’t Worry Over Your PCB Layout Files ASCII Dance, Waltz with Unified Tools
Separate PCB layout and routing tools can introduce errors into the design. Avoid PCB layout ASCII file dancing with user-friendly unified environments.
Ducks in a Row: Process Control and Document Traceability in One Place
Running around to different departments will keep you away from your design time. Prioritize process control and document traceability to keep creating.
3D PCB Editor Simplifies Concurrent ECAD/MCAD Modeling