Hi all,
I am currently designing a printed circuit board in which the main part is a XILINX 
FPGA.

What I want to know is:  (please read on)

Upon  completion of  the schematics of the board design
do PCB designers  do anything to verify the correctness of the board 
schematics ....like simulation ? 

Especially where something complex like a XILINX FPGA is involved. 

-------------------OR--------------------

do PCB designers simply trust the correctness of the schematic and proceed with  PCB 
placement and routing ?

In short ,is any board-level simulation (involving SPICE models or something similar) 
done before fabrication of the board ?

please do reply,
thanks and regards,

Anand Kulkarni



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