2011

Overcome Challenges of Your Highly Constrained PCB Designs

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Layout constraints are an essential part of a PCB design. As the technology in modern electronic devices has become more complex (e.g. increasing speed, decreasing rise time and supply voltage values), signal integrity issues have become a primary concern. For many designs, this means a large percentage of nets require PCB layout constraints to meet signal integrity requirements. This brings two major challenges: creating a proper set of layout constraints for your design and applying those constraints during the PCB layout design process. This paper shows how to address the challenges of highly constrained designs.

 

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