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Simulate Flex-Rigid board in Hyperlynx

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Hello,

Is there some technique, allowing to simulate Flex-Rigid PCB in HyperLynx.
The consists in the following Flex-Rigid feature: it contains more than 1 stackup.

Any ideas ?

Thanks in advavce.

Pavel
 

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One of the possible methods is to make two copies of your Flex-rigid PCB. The rigid part of the PCB is, say RIGID.pcb and the flex part is say FLEX.pcb. Generate two separate .hyp files from these two files and later combine them in HyperLynx using the Multi board feature of the tool. But make sure to properly assign a mating connector having proper pin assignment in these connectors.
 

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