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PADS w praktyce. Nowoczesny pakiet CAD dla elektroników (e-book)

Maciej Olech

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Author: Maciej Olech

ISBN: 978-83-60233-54-2
Format: PDF, B5, 398 pages
BTC publishing house
Legionowo - paper edition 2010.

About the book

The book is a comprehensive textbook intended for all users of the PADS project package, both beginners and advanced.

Transparent - based on many years of experience of the author - the structure of the book and in-depth, richly illustrated descriptions of the presented issues cause that learning about the service and the "secrets" of PADS will not be a problem for less skilled designers.

The book is intended for constructors professionally involved in the PCB design, students of technical universities who want to quickly get to know one of the world's leading tools for designing printed circuit boards, as well as amateurs dealing with the design of electronic devices.

Book review in NetWorld No. 03/2010

The PADS (Personal Automated Design System) software supports the design of printed circuit boards. It consists of three applications: PADS Logic - logic diagram editor, PADS Layout - PCB editor and PADS Router - an application used for interactive and automatic support for the design of advanced printed circuits, taking into account the multilayer and high frequency signals. The program generates data sets that can be converted into photoplotter control instructions and a numerical drill, and produces technical documentation needed to complete materials and conduct assembly.

The reader will find in the book the rules of installing, configuring and verifying the program, will learn how to use individual applications and how to use the libraries attached to the programs. A comprehensive example illustrates in detail the process of creating a circuit diagram and making a printed circuit board design.

Piotr Kociatkiewicz