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Altium – How to Create Net Class and Differential Pair Class

This short video explains how you can set up NetClasses and Differential Par Classes in Altium Designer.

PCB Soldering with a Hot Air Gun

You can solder BGA and QFN packages / components at home or at your lab with an inexpensive hot air gun.

PCB Layout Planning – How to decide which layers to use

Planning a layout, that sounds really scary, but it can actually save you a lot of time.

Altium Designer – Delete tracks while using backspace

Very useful trick to delete tracks. Select a segment and press the backspace key multiple times.

Altium Tutorial – Add a page number to a port

This video describes how to automatically add a page number to ports. The page number refers to the page where the signal continues.

Advanced PCB Layout – Lesson 8 of Schematic & PCB Design Course

PCB Layout Tips & Tricks, DDR2 / DDR3 Memory layout, Differential pair routing, Wide bus routing (PCI, ISA, etc. ), Impedance calculation, Stackup design, CPU Fanouts and more. Software used for demonstration: Altium Designer.

Schematic & PCB Design Course – Overview

Electronic Hardware Design Course led by a Motherboard Designer.

DDR2 & DDR3 layout difference

UDIMM memory module examples. This short video is a part of the Schematic & PCB Design Course.

Easy desoldering of 8-pin DFN with Exposed pad

A simple way to remove a VFDFN chip using only one soldering iron.

Altium Designer – Component Placement Tutorial

This short video demonstrates the way I do component placement in Altium Designer. The board in the video has more than 1200 components.

Altium Designer – Define a Custom Grid under BGA

Do you have problems placing a VIA exactly in the middle between BGA pads? This video demonstrates how to create a custom grid on your PCB within a specific area (e.g. under BGA). Very useful and easy.