Monday, February 4, 2019

Altium® CIRCUITMAKER™

I was searching for another PCB (Printed Circuit Board) design software like Cadence® OrCAD™ Lite which is free and a little while ago,for the very first time, I came across Altium® CIRCUITMAKER™ which is a free community software product by Altium®...

It's a dream of every electronic engineer to design their own processor (microprocessor formally called) and I love electronic design software's like Cadence® OrCAD™ Lite which I found last year and now Altium® CircuitMaker™ (for ease of reading, I will write this in lower case here after)...

Intel® has hundreds of engineers working together in processor design projects and might use Altium® CircuitMaker™ for training purposes of new staff...Silicon wafers of I think now 400mm is cut into individual processors in fabrication plants known as Fabs...Cu (Copper) layers are now mainly used as the interconnect between the billions of transistors which make a single processor like Intel® Xeon™ or Core™ or Pentium™ and even Celeron™...

While the Intel® Xeon™ processors are for the HPC(High Performance Computing), servers, and high-end workstation market, Intel® Core™ family processors are for the workstation and mainstream market while the Intel® Pentium™ and Intel® Celeron™ are for the basic and entry level computing uses...

I registered in Altium® CircuitMaker™ website (provided by Altium® LLC in the United States) and activated my user account, and my public profile link is: https://workspace.circuitmaker.com/User/Details/naheez ...

After successful installation of CircuitMaker™, I opened a sample data sheet of Intel® Joule™ which is the latest chip module by Intel®...

:) ... Allah Akbar...Allah is great...(Location: Male'...Date: Monday 4 February 2019...Time: 2:48 PM...Part of the day: Afternoon...Weather: Sunny...Temperature: Cool)






























































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