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'[EE]Re: TCP/IP SEIKO STARTER KIT (USING THE PARALL'
2000\05\26@171532 by Andrew Seddon

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> No, i have the Specctra Autoroute 7.1, i did pay for it U$1245,00
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> Miguel
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Really how do you find it?? Not that I can really get it on a students
budget. I am currently working through every computer I can find with the 30
day trial on Protel. I have to say my experience is limited but I managed to
layout a pretty complex board and I didn`t find it too much trouble. Also
the autorouter does about a good a job as I think I could do.

2000\05\27@110532 by WF

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I got it in IVEX in 1998

My board aren't complex...during 7 year i did use the MANUAL OPTION route of
Tango...

When you have a complex layout for route, you have to change the RULES of
routing...othewise, can not route 100%...

My specctra is limited for 4000 holes and 2 layes, but is enough for me...

Miguel

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2000\05\28@031522 by Damon Hopkins

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Andrew Seddon wrote:
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> > No, i have the Specctra Autoroute 7.1, i did pay for it U$1245,00
> >
> > Miguel
> >
>
> Really how do you find it?? Not that I can really get it on a students
> budget. I am currently working through every computer I can find with the 30
> day trial on Protel. I have to say my experience is limited but I managed to
> layout a pretty complex board and I didn`t find it too much trouble. Also
> the autorouter does about a good a job as I think I could do.

http://mainstream.pcb.cadence.com/specctra/index.asp

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