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  • Design for Fabrication in OrCAD

    Design for Fabrication in OrCAD

    With the speed at which technology is advancing, the need for new designs to be completed quickly and accurately is more important than ever. Any delay in design or manufacturing could be...

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  • Autorouting in OrCAD

    Autorouting in OrCAD

    Manually routing large, complex, high-density boards can be tedious and time consuming. With the number of routing possibilities, your board becomes a puzzle that could take hours, days or even...

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  • Replicating Redundant Circuits in OrCAD

    Replicating Redundant Circuits in OrCAD

    You’ve spent countless hours creating the perfect layout for a specific circuit on your PCB. Now you need to create the same layout for matching circuits in your design. Replicating redundant...

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  • Dynamic Zone DRC with OrCAD

    Dynamic Zone DRC with OrCAD

    Rigid- Flex boards result in increasing complex designs and constraints. Many constraints need to be considered that are not necessary in standard PCB designs. These Design Rules can be difficult...

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  • Inter Layer DRC with OrCAD

    Inter Layer DRC with OrCAD

    Design Rules can be difficult to manage in Rigid-Flex designs, especially in transition zones due to different rules for flex and rigid areas and layer specific constraints. With increased design...

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  • Design for Fabrication in OrCAD

    Design for Fabrication in OrCAD

    When working with different manufacturers, it can be difficult to keep track of the specific minimum tolerances for production. Incorrect values can lead to manufacturing errors such as the...

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  • Test Points in OrCAD

    Test Points in OrCAD

    Manually adding test points can be a lengthy process and can cause errors in your design. Fabrication and Assembly houses may have specific requirements for testpoint to testpoint spacing and...

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  • Via Array/Shielding with OrCAD

    Via Array/Shielding with OrCAD

    With the size of devices decreasing and frequencies increasing, the need for managing electromagnetic interference in RF Designs is more important than ever. This disturbance by an outside source...

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  • Dynamic Shape Fillets with OrCAD

    Dynamic Shape Fillets with OrCAD

    Manually adding fillets and teardrops can add weeks to your design. And allowing a board house to add them after design completion, will leave you unaware of effects on your board. By automating...

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  • Etch Over Void/Split Planes in OrCAD

    Etch Over Void/Split Planes in OrCAD

    Running traces over voids and split planes can cause impedance and noise control issues. Signal traces must be routed over an uninterrupted copper plane to ensure continuous loop or return path...

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  • Interactive Delay Tuning with OrCAD

    Interactive Delay Tuning with OrCAD

    Resolving length matching issues can be difficult and time consuming, especially on densely populated boards when space is in high-demand. However, by automating this process you can save time and...

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  • Net in Groups with OrCAD

    Net in Groups with OrCAD

    Matching trace lengths for large-bit buses and differential pairs in your design is vital. However, this can be a tedious process and mismatched lengths can result in signal quality and integrity...

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  • Constraint Regions with OrCAD

    Constraint Regions with OrCAD

    Maintaining the rules for tight pin areas can be timing consuming. Manually making changes to tight-pin areas takes up time you could be using to concentrate on more important tasks. OrCAD helps...

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  • Contour Etch Routing with OrCAD

    Contour Etch Routing with OrCAD

    Getting arcs equally spaced when routing a bus around a curved, flex circuit is not easy. With routing software offering a grid-based approach, this often leads to sloppy spacing and inadequate...

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  • Co-Simulate Mechanical and Electrical Systems

    Co-Simulate Mechanical and Electrical Systems

    The seamless bi-directional integration between MathWorks MATLAB Simulink and PSpice lets you easily simulate electrical circuits and mechanical, hydraulic, thermal blocks in one unified environment.

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  • Validate Your Circuit Automatically Without Manually Plotting Graphs

    Validate Your Circuit Automatically Without Manually Plotting Graphs

    Virtually create and test designs before developing hardware, saving you time, money and materials. 

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  • Improve Circuit Performance and Reliability, and Optimize Cost

    Improve Circuit Performance and Reliability, and Optimize Cost

    OrCAD PSpice finds real, commercially available parts for your component variables and analyzes your entire circuit to model expected current, voltage, power and temperature condition for every...

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  • Symbol Editor

    Symbol Editor

    Quickly and easily create circuit schematic symbols and associate them with PSpice simulation models.

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  • Front End Constraints

    Front End Constraints

    Capture electrical constraints early in the design process and automatically communicate them to PCB layout designers directly from the circuit schematic environment.

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  • Integrated Part Search

    Integrated Part Search

    Find the perfect part for your design without manually reviewing datasheets or searching the internet availability without leaving the capture environment.

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