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PCB Signal and power integrity,PCB Layout and routing,PCB

  • What's Good About Retaining Electrical Constraints? Look to SPB16.5 and See!

    Currently, many of the SPB products support extended nets, better known as Xnets. Xnets are created automatically when a signal model is assigned to a component and that signal model defines that a connection is to be made between two pins of the component. This creates an Xnet that connects the nets...
    Posted to PCB Design (Weblog) by Jerry GenPart on Mon, Aug 8 2011
  • Miniaturization Through Embedded Packaged Components

    As consumers we are very familiar with product miniaturization trends. We demand more functionality in smaller sizes that have longer battery life all the time. The electronics market has been delivering to those customer expectations not just in consumer electronics marketplace, but in all market segments...
    Posted to PCB Design (Weblog) by hemant on Tue, May 10 2011
  • Antenna Trace Relief

    Using Allegro OrCAD PCB Designer v16.3.S009 I have a 2.4GHz impedance controlled antenna trace that has a ground pour around it. I would like to pull back the ground pour at least 30 mils from this antenna trace. Is there a property or something in the net or trace that I can set such that it will automatically...
    Posted to PCB Design (Forum) by melview1 on Thu, Jul 22 2010
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