Once you’ve captured a schematic for a high-speed design – or at least some of it – what’s the best way to start placement?
Once upon a time, a single logic supply, such as +5V, was often the only device power on a PCB. Not anymore.
This post is part 2 of 2 as we explore the process of changing PCB tools when something better comes along. Most often, three factors typically come to mind first when making the decision to change.
Jane Berrie is talking about various ways to re-use known-good work and adapting it to your needs. That gets results faster, but also more reliably.
Confucius says, “A journey begins with a single step”. Switching EDA tools is also a journey.
An electronic engineer’s take on eCADSTAR and how it works in a connected world.