Thanks its helpful, although am using Eagle which doesn't have luxury of AltiumSee section on "Defining the Differential Pairs on the Schematic"
https://www.altium.com/documentation/altium-designer/differential-pair-routing-ad?version=18.1#:~:text=Differential pair PCB routing is,as a connector and cable.
Tracks on a pcb have an impedance defined by how they are arranged above / below a ground reference.Route them as diff pairs, as in properties of these tracks should match each other ?
Eagle will do rounded corners. On high speed lines I don not like square corners.
Set the grid for what spacing you want and then rout one trace, then come back and make the next trace one grid away.
I would have turned resistors 90deg so you can get them closer to connector. Take out that 90deg bend in the lower set & try to follow the same route as the upper ones, maybe drop them down a bit. Is pin allocation on connector a given? If not swap pins on upper tracks for easier routing.
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