Hi, I'm wondering whether it is possible to import footprints of CC2430 provided by TI to Altium Designer 6.
Using the Altium "Component Wizard" it takes 10 minutes to make a QFN foot print, it is faster than trying to import a Orcad file. I have a CC2430 foot print in Altium 9 that I can send you.
In reply to H Stewart:
Thanks, I will use the component wizard!
In reply to sina zahedpour:
Prefer the IPC wizard ... 30s max with the schematics provided on the CC2430 page.
Hi H Stewart,
I hope you can send me the CC2530 footprint for Altium...
Thank you very much,
In reply to Laura Rodriguez:
You could create one yourself or convert from the reference design that TI offers. Anyway, I included it here.
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