Re: [SI-LIST] : Automatic/Semi-automatic design check of PCB

Gwen Merchant (mail@polar.co.uk)
Fri, 03 Sep 1999 13:48:02 +0100

Ron

Polar's CITS25 is a stand alone application which enables
you to do a quick "sanity" check using powerful field solving
techniques.

See www.polar.co.uk or www.polarinst.com

Kind Regards - Gwen Merchant

At 10:17 02/09/99 -0700, you wrote:
>Hi Guys
>
>What technique or tools are being used for checking a new PCB layout
>database for simple
>mistakes, like excess crosstalk or "BIG" impedance mismatches before
>releasing a PCB
>for FAB.
>
>My focus is the housekeeping signals and lower speed busses, that we
>usually neglect but which
>can still bite us in the posterior, causing a new spin of artwork and FAB.
>
>Requirements in order of importance:
>1. Compatibility with PCB databases like Allegro/Cadence
>2. Simple to use, little or no training
>3. Cost of acquiring
>4. Speed of processing
>
>If there is not such a product someone needs to get busy.
>
>Ron Miller
>
>
>
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