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As we continue to push the physical limits of our designs, squeezing more components into smaller form factors, we need a method to optimize our PDN while maintaining shrinking form factors. What if you could optimize the shapes of your power planes directly in your design environment without ever relying on a physical prototype? Read to find out how.
What measures do you take to see past the quality testing of your PCB to ensure you never have to worry about PDN issues post-production? The key lies in PDN analysis automation. Read on to learn more.
From Berlin to the Bay Area and beyond, we journeyed across the globe to share our vision for future of electronics design with our customers at this year’s Altium Designer Roadshow Series. What does the future hold for Altium Designer? Read on to find out.
PCB designers often rely on simulation tools or prototypes for their PDN network data, but this approach can disrupt design flow and drain funds. What if designers were capable of analyzing their PDN network during the board layout process? Read on to find out how designers are increasing productivity with access to PDN analysis data at design time.
Welcome back to the Altium Vault Primer series. In Part 2 we talked about how to unify your design and data management processes by combining both Altium Designer and Altium Vault into one unified solution. In Part 3 we’ll be covering how to get started with Altium Vault by strategizing your day-to-day library management process with your design team.
Relying on a prototype for analysis into your PDN network costs time and money. Leveraging automation tools like the PDN analyzer can reduce costs and allow the engineer to optimize designs without relying on a prototype. Read on for more information.