Connection machine trace square6 A manual trace is placed exactly as you specify, even running through a component or trace if that is the path you set out square6 A follow-me trace automatically draws a legal trace between the pins you select with your mouse movements—you can move from pin to pin, leaving a legal trace square6 A connection machine trace automatically joins two pins by the most efficient route, though you have the option of changing it
Dr Z.HAROUNI 2017 Autoroute square6 Select Autoroute»Start Autoplacement square6 The parts are automatically placed on the circuit board square6 Select Autoroute»Start/Resume Autorouter . square6 The workspace switches to Autorouter Mode and trace autorouting begins square6 As autorouting proceeds, you will see traces being placed on the board square6 When autorouting is complete, Autorouter Mode closes and you are returned to the workspace square6 The autorouter can be stopped at any time and you can make manual changes as desired square6 When you restart the autorouter, it will continue with the changes you made
Dr Z.HAROUNI 2017 Autoroute Final Product
Dr Z.HAROUNI 2017 Cleaning up the Board square6 Before sending the board for manufacturing, you should clean up any open trace ends (trace segments that do not have any terminating connections in the design) and unused vias that have been left on the board square6 To delete open trace ends, click Edit»Copper Delete»Open Trace Ends square6 To delete any unused vias, make sure the design is open and click Design»Remove Unused Vias
Dr Z.HAROUNI 2017 Exporting Files square6 An exported file contains complete information describing how a finished board is to be manufactured square6 Files that can be exported include: square6 Gerber square6 RS-274X square6 RS-274D files
Dr Z.HAROUNI 2017 Example 1: Simple DC Analysis in Multisim Let ’ s construct the simple circuit shown in figure 4. Figure 4. A simple series circuit constructed in MultSim
Dr Z.HAROUNI 2017 Constructing this circuit in Multisim is easy: 1. Left-Click on the Power Source Family in the Virtual Toolbar. 2. The Power Source Components will pop up. 3. Left-Click on the DC Power Source icon and drag a battery onto the circuit workspace. Figure 5 shows the result. Figure 5. A DC power source in Multisim
Dr Z.HAROUNI 2017 If you want to change the value of the power source, Double-click the battery. This opens up the Power Sources dialog box shown below. Figure 6. Power Sources Dialog box. Use this to change the value of the battery voltage.
Dr Z.HAROUNI 2017 Let’s add the resistor and the potentiometer. Left-Click the Basic Components Family in the Virtual Toolbar. 5. The Basic Components will pop up. 6. Left-Click on the Virtual Resistor tool and drag a resistor onto the workspace. As in the case of the battery, you can Double-click the resistor to change component values.
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