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Posted on Nov 2, 2016
Without DFM Analysis software, issues such as errors in the PCB layout and fabrication complications can create a slower time to market and decreases your productivity.
Posted on Oct 5, 2016
We are not talking about how your design compares to the next guys’, we’re talking about the PCB layer structure of your design, be it rigid, flex, rigid-flex, or using inlay technology. Stackup definition, more specifically accurate stackup definition, is critical for a wide variety of reasons.
Posted on Sep 27, 2016
Cadence 17.2 QIR 1 adds a host of new capabilities to OrCAD 17.2. Major enhancements added in QIR 1 include: All new 3D engine with clearance checking, Capture web viewer, PSpice model linking upgrades, and Secure and Share Design.
Posted on Sep 27, 2016
I can read your minds as you digest the features and benefits of our Allegro 17.2-2016 Release. “Oh no, what have they done now to disrupt my environment?” If you have been an Allegro user for many years, you know what I’m talking about. Dot Zero releases as we call them are our chance to make database / schema changes that result in some level of migration disruption. 17.2 effectively is your dot zero release as it combines the content from the Early Access Program 17.0 software with that of 17.2.
Posted on Sep 7, 2016
PCB Editor 17.2 includes the latest 3D rendering technology for fully realistic 3D views of your design. Upgraded capabilities also include 3D interference checking and cross probing between 3D and 2D views.
Posted on Aug 23, 2016
EMA Design Automation® (ema-eda.com), a full-service provider and innovator of Electronic Design Automation (EDA) solutions, has just announced Ultra Librarian™ for OrCAD providing symbols and footprints for over 7 million parts.
Posted on Jul 29, 2016
Why Rigid-Flex? For nearly all applications, customers continue to demand smaller, lighter, and more cost-effective products. Competitive pressures also force designers to bring these new products to market at an ever-increasing rate. Designers can deploy flexible PCB materials (flex/rigid-flex) to meet challenging form-factor requirements, eliminate connectors, and improve performance.
Posted on Jun 20, 2016
Flexible PCBs (flex/rigid-flex) make it possible to create a variety of products that require small form factors and light weight, such as wearable, mobile, military, and medical devices. As flexible PCB fabrication technology has matured in response to demands for smaller, lighter products, new design challenges have emerged. This paper discusses some of the key challenges to address and also introduces a new PCB design approach that enhances productivity through in-design inter-layer checks required to ensure correct-by-construction design.
Posted on May 26, 2016
Learn why Compology selected OrCAD as their PCB design tool of choice to help them shake up the garbage collection industry.

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