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Initially PCBs were designed manually by creating a photomask on a clear mylar sheet, usually at two or four times the true size. Starting from the schematic diagram the component pin pads were laid out on the mylar and then traces were routed to connect the pads. If you have many questions of PCB Design, please come here!

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About PC-Board Design Tools Reply 2017-01-24 15:52:47
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Guillaume Leblanc

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By addressing many different aspects of physical design in a single environment, Flomerics' Version5 integrated design suite for pc boards and systems not only reduces design-cycle times, it also breaks down communication barriers between various engineers involved in the process.
Version5 consists of: Flo/PCB for conceptual design of pc boards; FloTherm for system-level thermal design and optimization; Flo/EMC for electromagnetic-compatibility (EMC) simulation; and Flo/Stress for predicting thermomechanical stresses.
The integrated design process begins with an initial concept design of a functional block diagram in Flo/PCB. Hardware designers can then derive a physical layout from the block diagram. The Flo/PCB representation can be dragged into a system-level thermal design developed with FloTherm as well as into Flo/EMC for electromagnetic analysis.
The latter step enables designers to address EMC issues very early in the design process. A step-by-step approach to EMC analysis facilitates optimization of the system's shielding effectiveness. Addressing the thermal and EMC issues within a single environment means a big head start on the tricky tradeoffs that these two disciplines inevitably require.

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