High-Speed Interfaces

For developers implementing high-speed interfaces, Upverter's routing tools and design rules make it easy to implement industry best practices.

Windows, Mac OS X, Linux

Whether it's a USB 3.0 differential pair, x16 PCIe bus, or DDR3 interface, there are several design requirements that every board must meet to ensure correct functionality at full speed. Length-matching, trace spacing, and controlled impedances are just a few of the common elements that must be considered.

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Differential Pairs and Rake Tool

Upverter makes it easy to route an entire bus quickly while maintaining the specified trace spacing. Whether it's a standard differential pair or large parallel bus, the rake tool helps you route all the traces in one go.

Length Matching

Many signal groups require length-matching to ensure near-identical propagation delays. With Upverter's Schematic Capture tool, simply select a group of nets, create a length-match group, and specify the tolerance. This constraint is automatically carried over and enforced in the layout. It's no longer necessary for the schematic designer to specify length-match groups in a separate document, minimizing errors and miscommunications with the layout engineer.

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