Mentor Webinar: Routing Techniques For Design Reliability

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PCB designers are always looking for a better, faster, and more reliable way to get the job done. If the tool you’re using does not have the required automation, you often end up using time consuming workarounds to complete your projects.

This on-demand webinar by Mentor, a Siemens business, focuses on the routing techniques necessary for accelerating PCB design reliability.

This on-demand webinar is presented by Mentor’s Brent Klingforth and John McMillan. Some of the topics covered include:

  • How using blind and buried vias can save on layer count
  • Design rules for small high-pin-count devices and mixed-domain technology help reduce routing time
  • How to reduce routing time by up to 80% with automated trace matching and differential pair routing

To register for this webinar, or for more information, click here.



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