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DDR Constraint Manager for OrCAD Wizard
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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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Design rules are nothing new. Our ability to create specific and concrete rules to govern the results should not be overlooked. From the first placement study to the final result, capturing a...
Minimizing Routing Iterations on Complex, High-Density PCBs with OrCAD Tools
Quickly route complex, high-density boards for a variety of applications, including industrial- and military-grade designs
Working with OrCAD: Constraint Manager
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5 Ways to Assess PCB Constraint Management Systems for High-Speed Designs
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Common Questions About Constraint-Driven Design with OrCAD Capture
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Set it and NEVER Forget it with Constraint-Driven PCB Design
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Right-first-time design with the constraint-driven flow in OrCAD
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