04 October 2022

Routing Capabilities You Need to Accelerate PCB Design and Reliability



As a PCB designer, we're always looking for a better, faster and reliable way to get our job done. If the tool we're using does not have the required automation - we often end up using time consuming work-a-rounds to complete our projects. These work-a-rounds usually require error prone manual steps that can lead to longer design cycles which can impact project schedules.


Though companies strive to pick the proper design tools that give them the technology they need to create designs, many don't always think about the next generation or emerging technologies. Your PCB designs will inevitably change over the years as new technology allows you to create a smarter, more reliable and cost reduce product. As such, the tools we chose several years ago or perhaps the tool you are considering today may not have the capability or automation required for today's design. That is, a tool that can ensure that you meet all the design requirements, reliability and tight schedules required for todays fast-paced technology world.


One of those technologies you may not be designing into your products today, but very well could be in the near future, is next-generation high-speed commutations. This could be in the form of next-gen wireless, high-speed external wired interfaces, memory, or simple mass-market devices in very small packages. These types of technologies will most likely require what most of us classify as advanced and would be difficult to do with basic PCB design tool technology.


What You Will Learn

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


Who Should Attend

  • PCB designers
  • Electrical engineers
  • CAD managers


Products Covered




Live Webinar: Routing Capabilities You Need to Accelerate PCB Design and Reliability



Tuesday the 4th of October 2022






10:00 PM - 11:00 PM CEST