Altium Designer® 21: A Better Way To Design

David Haboud
|  Created: December 15, 2020  |  Updated: April 12, 2021

The design process often requires repetitive work with tedious tasks. Altium Designer 21 represents a better way to design by revitalizing long-standing functionality and improving the user experience, as well as performance and stability, based on the feedback from our users. These improvements streamline existing design tasks and empower you to complete sophisticated rigid and rigid-flex designs with realistic 3D modeling.

In addition, Altium 365® continues to play an increasingly significant role with the newest release of Altium Designer. Come take a look.

Join us to learn some of the ways Altium Designer 21 delivers a better way to design:

  • SPICE Simulation Enhancements
  • Rigid-Flex Design: Board Planning & Layerstack Definition
  • High-speed Design: Trombone & Sawtooth Tuning
  • Schematic Improvements: Generic Components & Net Properties
  • Altium 365: Project History, Conflict Prevention, and Comments

About Author

About Author

David Haboud is a Product Marketing Engineer at Altium. He studied electrical engineering with an emphasis in computer architecture and hardware/software design at the University of Southern California. David began his career as an embedded software engineer in the aerospace industry and has always strived to make it easier for hardware and software engineers to communicate. During his tenure as an embedded software engineer, he focused on firmware development and data acquisition for auxiliary power units. In his spare time, David hosts and performs in improvisational and stand-up comedy nights in San Diego, California.

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