EMA Webinar: PCB Routing Tips from the Pros


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EMA Design Automation will hold a webinar, “Your Route to Design Success: PCB Routing Tips from the Pros” on April 23, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. ET. Rocco Calvello, senior application engineer at EMA Design Automation, will be the presenter of the webinar.

Event Details:

  • Learn how to properly prepare your design for routing.
  • Review stackup requirements and how your stackup can have a significant effect on routing success and strategy.
  • Learn how to define constraints for your critical nets to ensure correct operation.
  • Tips on fan-out and via usage to aide in breakout routing and power distribution.
  • Strategies for bus routing of bulk signal nets. Tips for final cleanup and review of routing

To register, click here.

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