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I was wondering if there is a way to make a net schedule skill program that will allow me to select nets on the board and create T points for connections between 3 IC's easily. Example would be main IC to 2 DDR2 in tree routing.
We work off of netlist and do not have sigxplorer.
I would like to see something that would allow me to select multiple nets at once such as ADDR Group and be able to specify approximate area where I would like the T points for net scheduling without assigning it one by one.
I would appreciate it if anyone has any suggestions. On 16.3 performance L
Thanks in Advance
Look at axlSchedulNet and axlSchedule. To understand the syntax for the schedule argument you also need to look at the $SCHEDULE section in the 3rd party netin documentation.
In reply to fxffxf:
Thank you for the feedback. I started looking into it, but I have no knowledge of making skill at all. I'm going over the basics right now.
If you have any suggestions I would appreciate it.