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hi if you using PCB editor means select tools--> update symbols. and then click ok..
if you dont have a required footprint ---------------------------------------- * craete new footprint (*.dra file) * in capture CIS attach the footprint name in PCB footprint column *generate the netlist *load to allegero If you have a PCB with same footprint name you required (...)
Dear Friend, I have just used this very good application to develop a footprint for allegro. In the same machine that I have used in the past this software, today I have a problem to execute it. The difference in the machine is the microsoft update. I would like to know which are the System Requirenments or your consideration about this (...)
Hello ... I m a student in electronics engineering and i got a chance to do some free lancing ... the task i m given at the moment is to is to replace the U10 and J10 with connector (J30) (hava a look @ attachments ) ... can somebody please guide me to the right steps to do this task as i have never used allegro before but used other layo
Iam using orcad 16.0 version.I obtain the following session log error when i tried to create netlist from Orcad Capture to be used by PCB Editor for layout.I can able to get netlist files but it can't update in PCB editor.I getting following netlist files. 1) pstxnet.dat 2) pstxprt.dat 3) pstxchip.dat Iam attaching session log what i get during
thank you brother. I'll try and update you
Hi everybody, I am a Project with Schematic Entry in Cadence allegro Design Entry HDL and a first generation of Layout designed with PCB Editor. I have to update the layout with components that have a new footprint. I have thought to make this board update with this simple flow: 1. Start Part Manager in the DE HDL; 2. (...)
hi, sorry for wrong entry. this error happen due to your file is made in 14.X so you need to update that one.start-->cadence product-->pcb editor utilities-->db doctor. select the input file-->your board file (file type choose .brd) output file--->you can give same file path or path may be different and then select (drc error,shape,xnet) after
So I was able to find a way around this problem: -I used connectors in capture CIS with the same number of pins as my corresponding pads. -In the properties of the parts in capture, i put the correct footprint -I exported the netlist -I imported this netlist into allegro. -Then I was able to see rasnets and create connectio