From: Matthias Mansfeld (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Mar 02 2000 - 08:15:18 PST
On 1 Mar 00 at 18:02, Andy Peters wrote:
> Hi, all,
> Just wondering if anyone's used/heard of Accel's signal-integrity
> simulation tool. Apparently, it's integrated with their PCB layout
> tools, which we use here. Their web site has a fairly-useless
> marketing blurb. I've got no idea how much it costs; I figured I'd
> get real-world opinions before I call the sales-droids.
As far as I remember, it is a OEM module from Incases (the
THEDA makers). Don't know much about quality, ease of use and price.
The full THEDA CAD system is a rather expensive software but maybe a
bit more features or possibilities than a "standard" bundle with a
midrange CAD tool + Hyperlynx. As I remember, Incases OEMed their
module to Protel (before the big merger) also.
Matthias Mansfeld Elektronik
* Printed Circuit Board Design and Assembly
Am Langhoelzl 11, D-85540 Haar, GERMANY
Phone: +49-89-4620 0937, Fax: +49-89-4620 0938
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