Design Methodology Definition
The definition of ‘design methodology’ refers to the development of a system (or method) for a unique situation. Applied to PCB design, it most often applies to the various types of PCB libraries and methodologies available to electronics engineers and designers, depending upon their specific design needs. But with multiple PCB libraries and methodologies available to meet a wide range of requirements, how do you know which library methodology to implement for your own design needs? Altium Designer 18 gives you access to the widest range of libraries available, so no matter what you’re looking for, Altium is equipped to meet your specific needs.
With the release of Altium’s latest version, not only has the overall look and feel of the platform improved, Altium Designer 18 features 20 major new features, more than 100 minor improvements and 600 bug fixes, so you can be sure you are getting the fastest, best design experience available from the name you already trust.
Altium Designer 18 features:
Connectivity management and enhanced 3D engine
New, cohesive user interface with a fresh and intuitive environment
64-bit architecture and multi-threaded task optimizations for faster design and release of large, complex boards
Visual Constraints and user-guided automation to quickly route complex topologies across layers
Supplier part information linked to the BOM
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