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This information is combined with user-specified design rules and other design automation tools to ensure error-free board design. PCBs with up to 16 copper layers are possible. Product configurations can limit the design size. Proteus is a proprietary software suite that is used for electronic design automation. This software is used by technicians and electronic designers to create schematics and electronic prints that can be used for the manufacture of printed circuit boards. Proteus can be used for circuit simulation and virtual system modeling.




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