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Problem with Interactive Length Tuning for Parallel Signal using Altium.

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kahjoo

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Hi,


I'm having trouble of making the Interactive Length Tuning for the Parallel signal trace.
I've make the setting as on below but the result of the trace are not as "Mitered with Arcs" as setting picture below.

Any setting that need to set in order to the "Mitered with Arcs" trace pattern?

Currently using Alitum Designer 10.

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I don't use Altium, but try mitred with 45 deg if it has it, may not be able to form the arcs, worth a try....:)
 

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Review the online documentation and see that mitering with arcs is well supported for 45 degree routes.

I think it's just a problem of inappropriate parameters. By the way, what's your trace width if gap is set to 0.2 mm?

The documentation example shows how miter radius can be interactively adjusted, as usual all setting are accessable through CTRL-F1.
 

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Thanks FvM, got it...
 

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