Two Layer Pcb
When it comes to designing printed circuit boards, the first question to consider is whether to use single or multi layered PCBs for your circuit design. This, of course, depends on what you’re intending to do with your electronic device. While single layer PCB’s are easy to manufacture and cost effective, multi-layered PCB’s can handle the high-performance demands of today’s electronic devices. And of all the multi-layer types of PCB’s, two-layer PCBs are the most common.
Whether you’re designing a relatively simple 2-layer PCB or a complex high-performance 30-layer PCB, you need design software that is technologically advanced, easy-to use and flexible enough to handle any design challenge. Altium Designer’s unified design environment delivers powerful tools, editors and utilities for PCB designs of any complexity.
Altium Designer gives you:
Native 3D with clearance checking and MCAD integrations
ActiveRoute– user-guided, interactive routing technology
Support for rigid-flex board design
Access to libraries containing more than 300,000 components, +100 suppliers and hundreds of design templates
Real-time cost estimation and tracking
Dynamic supply chain intelligence
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