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Posted on Oct 19, 2018
Remove unused sections of plated through holes in high-speed designs to improve signal integrity on your designs.
Posted on Oct 19, 2018
Easily meet length and phase pin-to-pin constraints as traces bend without creating electrical issues.
Posted on Oct 19, 2018
Easily and quickly identify impedance discontinuity issues visually, without simulation models or extensive signal integrity expertise.
Posted on Oct 19, 2018
Easily identify nets with inconsistencies between the signal and return paths and quickly find the cause in real-ime while you design without waiting for the SI engineer to perform analysis and provide feedback.
Posted on Oct 19, 2018
Post-design DFM checks are too late. Even if you’re able to find a mistake, you’re going to lose hours, days, even weeks adjusting your design. OrCAD gives you the full DFM, Design for Fabrication (DFF), Design for Assembly (DFA), and Design for Test (DFT) checks you need in real-time while you design, so you can complete your design fast and signoff with confidence.
Posted on Oct 15, 2018
Get help from the PCB design experts at EMA with the tips and tricks you need to achieve highspeed PCB design success.
Posted on Oct 1, 2018
View and design in 3D. Learn how to map 3D STEP models to your parts, use the 3D canvas and check for collisions in 3D.
Posted on Oct 1, 2018
Produce and export manufacturing data, including drill information, gerber output, assembly drawings, solder and paste masks, and other essential documentation. PCB Editor has the ability to export to IPC356, ODB++, and MCAD Data.
Posted on Oct 1, 2018
Set your design up for fabrication and assembly. Setup fab drawings, dimensioning, title block, drill tables, cross section, and more.
Posted on Oct 1, 2018
Check the status of your board with DRC checking. Once completed, the DRC will then highlight design rule violations. When errors are corrected, prepare your files for manufacturing by placing title blocks, formatting symbols, adding reference designators, exporting artwork, etc.

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