Altium NEXUS Documentation

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Created: October 26, 2017 | Updated: October 27, 2017
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The Create Differential Pairs From Nets dialog

Summary

The Create Differential Pairs From Nets dialog provides controls to create differential pair objects using net names conforming to a naming convention with a common prefix, followed by a consistent positive/negative suffix, for example, TX0_P and TX0_N.

Access

The dialog is accessed from the PCB panel by clicking the Create From Nets button (lower left area of the panel) when in Differential Pairs Editor mode.

Options/Controls

The filters at the top of the dialog can be used to show net pairs based on existing net names.

  • Use nets from class - click to choose the source net class from which differential pairs will be created. The default is All Nets.
  • differing by - specify a suffix for positive and negative nets. The default values are _H and _L.
  • to create differential pair with prefix - specify the prefix for positive and negative nets. The default value is D_.
  • Create differential pairs in class - choose the target class in which the differential pairs will be located.
  • Differential Pairs List - lists all differential pairs created from nets.
  • Execute - click to create differential pairs.
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