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Which software for PCB design is the best?
Which software for PCB design is the best? Is there anyone who can share your experience? Thank you
It depends on how complex your printed circuit board is, and the cost you are willing to pay. For me, multisim is the best PCB tool to use, it is easy to use and simulate all the lab stuff.
Orcad products are generally easy to learn and use but they will not handle very complex boards which is why the higher price programs sell.
AccelEDA is a very professional and stable tool. Orcad is very good, but somehow not intuitive. Protel is very much like orcad, but Orcad is better in the simulation area.
Actually it depends on the requirements. First of look at your needs and then can find a suitable package.For me, Orcad Package is easy to learn & use. Its quite user friendly with almost all features required for complex circuits.
I've worked with Orcad, Tango, Protel, Eagle, Pads. Pads is good for high density board; Eagle is good for small and simple projects on two or four layers. Orcad is the best for editing schematics but not for PCB routing.
I worked with pulsonix, eagle and ultiboard. i like pulsonix very much.
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