A common task that is often dreaded among PCB designers is having to relocate a large point-count BGA that’s fanned out, and even partially escaped routed, to the opposite side of a PCB. This tech tip demonstrates how to embed routed patterns into components to make them easy to move and then mirror the components on the opposite sides of the design.
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When it comes to advanced miniaturization of electronic products such as wearables and mobile devices, it is crucial that your design process utilize tools that meet and exceed engineering requirements. In this video, we will show how embedded passive devices are created and how they can be moved from layer to layer in Design Force.
Are you looking to increase the capabilities and complexity of your PCBs designed within CADSTAR? Maybe you’ve got pressure to deliver more functionality from others within the product development team, but are unsure how to deal with the resulting signal integrity and power integrity issues?
This post is dedicated to the PCB designer who logs hundreds of hours each year manually routing complex PCB designs while wishing the activity was not so detailed and stressful.