Using Differential Pairs in Allegro PCB Editor

October 28, 2019 Cadence PCB Solutions

A differential pair represents a pair of Xnets or Nets routed differentially. The two members of a differential pair carry the opposite signals. This document covers various aspects of implementing differential pairs in Allegro PCB Editor.

This document is intended for Allegro PCB Editor users who want to use differential pairs in Allegro PCB Editor.

Types of Differential Pairs
Model-defined differential pairs are ones in which the differential pair assignment is done in the IBIS model.

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