Polar is used to model flexible PCB enhancement resistance

- Aug 18, 2018-

Polar Instruments, a leading manufacturer and OEM of high-speed PCB design tools, announced the expansion of productivity of Si8000m and Si9000e PCB delivery line on-site solution tools;XFE "Xhatch Flex Enhancement" is the easiest to use second generation field solutions, with the ability to establish cross (mesh) ground return paths over a variety of linear, microstrip, and embedded ribbon structures.

The CEO of Martyn Gaudion, Polar Instruments explains: "" flexible and rigid designers and manufacturers have been asking for additional on-site solution tools that can be used for PCB transmission line modeling, with mesh or cross-grounded return surfaces.XFE is an extension of Polar Si8000m and Si9000e, which can quickly establish a lossless grounding return structure transmission line model.This is a long-anticipated breakthrough in the field of flexibility and rigid flexibility, and also useful for other PCBS with intersecting wires that allow resistance to be held at the same width as the wire, with reasonable, manufacturable geometries - such as insert structures."

XFE USES Polar's proprietary multi-channel 2d boundary element site resolution tool technology to build a resistance model with cross row line return surface.Setting up a 10 to 100 percent copper return on a resistive track is now as simple as a traditional resistive control structure.The wide geometrical deviation between flexible and rigid base material means that it is more important to establish correct design size, which can reduce the number of samples to ensure large cargo.

The new option of Si8000m and Si9000e and XFE cross modeling capabilities is available at Polar Instruments.