Correct-By-Design Methodology Requires Carefully Defined Constraints

Since the dawn of PCB usage, constraints have been an important part of the design. What are the dimensions? What weight of copper? Now, constraints have become much more than just physical dimensions. The most important constraints are defined by the design requirements of differential pairs, BGAs, low voltage devices, and high-speed parallel interfaces. The cost of rework skyrockets the fu... » read more

Why PCB Design Constraints Should Drive Your Design Flow

This white paper will show you how a constraint-based PCB design can optimize the PCB design process, and improve time-to-market. See how with a correct-by-design methodology you can avoid integrity problems early in the design cycle, thus avoiding production delays and additional costs caused by required rework. Learn how PADS makes constraint management easy, intuitive, and time effective ... » read more