July 4, 2022 at 7:00 amWatch & LearnParticipant
This video shows how to export a printed circuit board from Altium Designer into an ODB++ format. The ODB++ directory is then imported into ANSYS SIwave. Layer stackups of both the tools are compared. The video also explains ODB++ file structure. ANSYS Electronics software is the premier, integrated solution for electromagnetic field, circuit, systems and multiphysics simulation and analysis.
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