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The HyperLynx DRC GUI automates your layout review process by checking a particular layout design against pre-defined DRC rule sets.
Designers can integrate HyperLynx DRC into an entire automation flow for SI, PI or EMI analysis; or perform any design check without involving any pre-defined rules; or interact with other EDA tools for cross-probing, etc. This white paper details how to use external automation with the HyperLynx DRC GUI.
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Barry Matties, Publisher, I-Connect007
I spoke with long-time PCB design instructor and Right the First Time author Lee Ritchey during the recent AltiumLive event in Germany. Lee and I discussed everything from the advice he offers to young PCB designers to his thoughts on where the industry is going and what’s missing from today’s electrical engineering curriculum.
Paul Taubman, Nine Dot Connects
In order to understand the current climate, we have to look at the division of labor that took place in electronic design about 40 years ago. The labor was divided into two processes, with the first being the design itself. This process was (and still is) owned by the electrical engineers. Though circuit design has changed, the methods for representing the circuit have not. Paul Taubman of Nine Dot Connects explains.
Cadence Design Systems, Inc.
Cadence Allegro Pulse is the PCB industry’s first solution to enable extended team collaboration by providing near-real-time insights into the complexities of the electronic design process. Allegro Pulse connects management, engineering, procurement and other business stakeholders to up-to-date work-in-progress design data in a single, unified web-based platform.