Why not cut the file in half and post it somewhere for people to view the
binary?



> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ian Wilson [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: Friday, December 21, 2001 2:03 AM
> To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Subject: [PEDA] Want to know which program created some .PCB files
>
>
> Hello all,
>
> We have been given responsibility for a large suite of technology from a
> defunct US company (once owned by Cadence).  The schematics are in OrCad
> capture (DSN) format, but the PCBs are unknown.  I thought either OrCad
> Layout or Cadence Allegro but neither creates *.PCB files.
>
> Inspecting the binary PCB files gives no apparent clue (no helpful text
> string embedded anywhere that gives any clues).
>
> So what mainstream, and probably high end, programs create PCB
> files with a
> .PCB extension.  I have reason to believe that it was hosted on
> Windows but
> even it may have been a Unix variant.
>
> It is not an option to send out a sample file (at least until we get
> through the pile and find some of the low-IP test jigs).
>
> Not much to go on I know but has any one got any ideas?
>
> Many thanks and for those that celebrate different occasions at this time
> of year, have a good one,
> Ian Wilson


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