Propagation Delay Time
When it comes to printed circuit board design, propagation delay is the time it takes for a signal to travel from one connector to another. Propagation delay is calculated by dividing the distance of that path by the velocity of the signal. With multiple signals in your PCB design, you have to consider this time to maintain the integrity of your design. Running simulations make it possible to reduce the chance of errors in your PCB.
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