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Your Route to Design Success: PCB Routing Tips from the Pros
Achieving routing closure can be one of the most difficult tasks in the PCB design process. User surveys have shown that routing often takes up 50% or more of the PCB design cycle. Space is limited. Signals require special (often conflicting) considerations. Manufacturability must be maintained, and material costs must be controlled. On top of all this the goalposts are typically changing as you design, and the project evolves. Not all is lost though. With the proper strategy and planning these challenges can all be met in stride. Get a chance to learn from the experts at EMA and get the tips and tools you need to help you achieve routing success, even for your most complex designs.
What You Will Learn:
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
About the Presenter:
Sr. Applications Engineer, EMA Design Automation
Rocco has been with EMA for 18 years; his expertise is in PCB Editing and routing tools. Prior to joining EMA Rocco held several positions in the design service industry with a focus on design for manufacturing, quick turn fabrication, and assembly services. His design experience spans 31 years.