Common design issues during manual schematic review
Components not properly connected to power and/or ground
Diodes oriented incorrectly
Nets missing receiver
Pin voltage mismatch (different voltage thresholds)
Wrong board-to-board connectors
Minor issues resulting in unnecessary delays, cost, and risk
The importance of fully automated schematic analysis
By fully automating schematic analysis to occur during schematic capture, rather than after, the development process shifts to the left, resulting in proven benefits such as reduced cycle time, lower costs, and the elimination of design spins.
This automated schematic analysis can save design teams hundreds of hours of visual inspection and lab debug time. The checks execute rapidly in parallel with schematic capture, such that layout can commence with the highest confidence for first-pass success.
What can Xpedition Schematic Analysis do?
Automates the detection of critical design errors
Has been proven to eliminate 50% to 70% of design respins caused by schematic errors and marginalities
Provides the confidence and assurance that design intent is implemented right the first time
Eliminates many hours of manual review, reduces risk, and delivers a fast ROI with minimal training.
Learn more about Xpedition Schematic Analysis.