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In today’s competitive electronics industry, getting to market ahead of the competition can mean the difference between a successful product and one that misses its market window. Design cycle time ...

In today’s competitive electronics industry, getting to market ahead of the competition can mean the difference between a successful product and one that misses its market window. Design cycle time plays a big part in determining a product launch schedule and the PCB layout portion of this process often is called upon to make up for early design phase schedule slips. One designer and one computer at a time can be a limiting factor.

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    • Reducing Design Cycle Times http://dev.emcelettronica.com/print/51738 Your Electronics Open Source (http://dev.emcelettronica.com) Home > Blog > Chris's blog > Content Reducing Design Cycle Times By Chris Created 02/04/2008 - 20:44 BLOG Pcb By John Isaac, Mentor Graphics [ Courtesy of Assipe [1]] In today’s competitive electronics industry, getting to market ahead of the competition can mean the difference between a successful product and one that misses its market window. Design cycle time plays a big part in determining a product launch schedule and the PCB layout portion of this process often is called upon to make up for early design phase schedule slips. One designer and one computer at a time can be a limiting factor. Traditionally, designers are pulled in f