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What's Good About Capture’s Design Rule Checks? 16.6 Has Several New Enhancements!
By Gerald "Jerry" Grzenia on September 08, 2014
The Allegro Design Entry CIS (OrCAD Capture) 16.6 release provides extensions to the Design Rule Checks (DRC) system. The Custom DRC provides the ability to extend the Capture DRC system to user-defined rules. Open an Allegro Design Entry CIS design database... Read more »
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Customer Support Recommended – Using Test Points in Allegro Design Entry CIS and Allegro PCB Editor Flow
By Naveen Konchada on September 03, 2014
A test point is a location within an electronic circuit that is used to either monitor the state of the circuitry or to inject test signals. Test points have two primary uses: During manufacturing they are used to verify that a newly assembled device... Read more »
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Create Ideal Solder Mask Openings Around Bond Fingers with Cadence 16.6 IC Packaging Tools
By Jeffrey Gallagher on August 28, 2014
Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Exposing metal through solder mask openings is as necessary as it can be frustrating. For regular arrays and grids of pins of a flip chip, embedding the openings directly in the padstack definition for the... Read more »
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