Pulsonix is a type of electronic design automation software suite. It specializes in PCD designing and schematic capture. This program is made by WestDev. It was first released in 2001, and runs on Windows. WestDev’s development team members have formerly worked at Racal-Redac, producing some computer-assisted design tools. One of the main goals of these developers was that the software should be easy to use, without having to train extensively, which the developers believed that the current EDA products needed at that time.
Pulsonix formed a part of a project known as “Hermes”. This three-year project aimed to embed components inside a circuit board’s inner layers to lessen the use of design space. Usually, wire leads of components were placed inside holes in a circuit board then soldered in place. Nowadays, chips and components are surface-mounted flush with the heat-set and the board. Although the idea of embedding components directly inside layers of a circuit board itself had been around for quite some time, it experienced a lot of technical difficulties. This means that it was just experimental, and not suited for use in mass production. Pulsonix is made in three variants, from pins to a component of pins suited for bigger designs.
Our users primarily use Pulsonix to open these file types:
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