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Overcome multi-board design challenges with Altium at PCB Design & Manufacturing Live

Tony Folan, senior field application engineer of Altium UK, will be delivering a free-to-attend seminar at PCB Design & Manufacturing Live, held at the National Motorcycle Museum on 10 May, titled ‘Conquering multi-board design challenges to create next-generation electronics’.

Many products include multiple, interconnected printed circuit boards. Bringing these boards together inside the enclosure and ensuring they correctly connect to each other is a challenging phase of the product development process.

Managing this requires a design environment that supports system-level design. Ideally this will be a design space where you can define both the functional, or logical system, as well as a space where you can plug together the various boards and verify that they connect correctly, both logically and physically.

This seminar, from 11:30 – 12:10 in the PCB Seminar theatre at the event, will show how to achieve this with the Multi-board design feature in Altium Designer 18.

PCB Design & Manufacturing Live, created by New Electronics magazine, is a brand-new event dedicated to design engineers sourcing the electronic components and services needed to develop their PCB design and manufacturing processes.

To register for free to attend the Altium UK seminar, and visit PCB Design & Manufacturing Live at The National Motorcycle Museum, please visit http://pcbdmlive.co.uk/register

*By pre-registering, you will qualify for a VIP visitor badge and claim free exhibition entry, free parking, and a free breakfast roll if you arrive before 10:30am.

Author
Chris Rixson

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