[sdiy] Where to buy ceramic caps
thx1138 at earthlink.net
Tue Jan 2 21:08:41 CET 2018
I have had good results using the Altium and Orcad tool suite for my BGA and DDR designs.
I usually look for the Fanout requirements for optimal layout from the Semi guys having come from Motorola / Freescale myself.
I don’t use the entire simulation approach as I need to hand route some EMI/RF compliant stuff by hand in many cases.
It really depends on what you are building of course.
Paula has a point of of using smaller design blocks for manageable testing and verification.
Happy New 2018
> On Jan 2, 2018, at 11:39 AM, paula at synth.net wrote:
> I rarely use simulations, I've yet to find a good one. The problem with the simulators is that they're "too good" and don't get all the information and can lead you down rabbit holes.
> I prefer to build in small blocks, schematic->PCB, then test each block, then put them all together.
> On 2018-01-02 19:19, Roman wrote:
>> Just when I thought this little topic that got out of hands was over, I spotted one line that brought my attention, quoted below. I can relate to that a bit. For most of the times I lay out a board without simulation and without schematics. So, there you go...
>> Dnia 30 grudnia 2017 07:40 Michael E Caloroso <mec.forumreader at gmail.com> napisał(a):
>> You laid out a circuit board with total faith in a simulation without
>> actually proving the design? BRILLIANT!
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