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Altium High Speed Design Rule (Trace Length)
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 20, 2006 1:02 am    Post subject: Altium High Speed Design Rule (Trace Length) Reply with quote

Hi,
I use Altium designer to auto-route my board, I set the Max Length -
High Speed Design Rule from Design>>Rules Menu. (Max Length = 38.1mm)
When the auto-routing is done, it seems that the Max Length rule i set
was not observed, i've tried to re-route many times but i got the same
result. It seems that the rule i set is not 'active' at all, any
ideas.

Thanks.
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