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Posted on Oct 19, 2018
Easily meet length and phase pin-to-pin constraints as traces bend without creating electrical issues.
Posted on Aug 1, 2018
With the speed at which technology is advancing, the need for new designs to be completed quickly and accurately is more important than ever. Any delay in design or manufacturing could be detrimental to your timeline and product release. Manufacturing Design Errors can halt board production and cause lengthy delays in your design process. However, checking for fabrication errors early in the design process can streamline manufacturing. OrCAD helps you do this with Design for Fabrication Constraints. Ensure the manufacturer’s minimum tolerances are met by defining constraints for outlines, masks, annular rings, copper spacing and silkscreen. Address the errors, flagged with DRC Markers, before sending the board to manufacturing to ensure production is completed quickly and accurately.
Posted on Jul 2, 2018
Flex PCB design has many advantages. In fact, the global market for flex/rigid-flex boards more than doubled in the past 4 years alone. Along with those benefits come new design challenges that weren’t present in “standard” 2D PCBs. Learn about common flex design issues and how to design to help you catch them before they become a problem. Become a flex PCB design master with tips from the experts at EMA in this webinar.
Posted on May 14, 2018
Altium to Cadence PCB Translator
Posted on Aug 24, 2017
With everything from your cell phone to your teddy bear converting over to wireless, RF interference is a growing concern. Even if you aren’t transmitting, you may have RF sensitive circuits you need to protect—almost every wire becomes an antenna or receiver and the signals they can receive or transmit can degrade overall performance. This is true for all products, no matter how small or minor they might be.
Posted on Jul 18, 2017
This week’s Working with OrCAD video, Creating a New design, discusses the multiple ways to create a new design within OrCAD. It also reviews Cadence project manager and where to set up basic information to get started.
Posted on Jul 13, 2017
The final video to our Working with OrCAD series, Outputs, will discuss how to output all the necessary deliverables required by various downstream partners. It will discuss output options such as IPC2581, IDX, ODB++, IPC 356, Fabmaster, Gerber, Step, PDF, and more. In addition, it will briefly discuss how one can automate the output process.

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