Layout Editor is used to design the PCB layout of a circuit. The design can be captured either in
Schematic Capture or directly in Layout Editor. In the former case, the design is
Front Annotated to
the Layout Editor and in the latter case it is Back Annotated to Schematic Editor. Also allows beginning
layout without a preexisting schematic. In layout the components are placed using Library
Library Explorer. Each of the components placed is labeled which displays information about the package.
The component pins are connected using Trace or Nets.
Automatic operations like DRC Check, Renumbering of Components, Placing Components and Routing is also possible
from within this editor.The components may be autorouted using Arizona autorouter, which is an integrated module of
SPECCTRA Translator supports different options like Converting EDWin XP/2000 Project (database) to SPECCTRA
Compatible Format, Importing Results from SPECCTRA Autorouter and Autoplacer
etc. MaxRoute Translator allows
to convert EDWin XP/2000 layout project (database) to a form that is acceptable to
MaxRoute Autorouter and MaxRoute
Autoplacer. Once when a design is complete, necessary notes may be added by selecting appropriate tools. This Editor
also allows editing Already Existing Projects.
Other by auto router wiring, performs the wiring with rip-up function, you can output such as Gerber / drill data and parts center coordinate data of the substrate. The equipment of tools such as parts and auto-layout and fan-out analysis and wiring density display, solid surface and teardrop automatic generation ·3D viewer , can be more complete board design.
In input use of mechanical CAD output outline DXF data, substrates of complex shapes, can be easy layout.
3D viewer of standard equipment, can be confirmed from each direction in a three-dimensional, including the housing not only the substrate, also available in the document.
The Plus Pack, included with the board thermal analysis to check the temperature of the environment. Plus + in the pack, I have added the electromagnetic field analysis and signal degradation analysis that enables a more detailed board simulation.