Thanks for the tutorial link! Is it possible to do the same if I use AD?Take a look at these Youtube tutoriols, they use the free program, Kicad.
Maybe it would be better to have a circuit connection diagram?Start by having an idea of where you want to place the physical components.
You can do this with real components, i.e. acquire all the components and lay them out on a sheet of paper.
Or you can do a virtual layout, i.e. draw on a sheet of paper the physical dimensions of the PCB and then draw where you want to place the components.
Next, transfer your component placement to the CAD layout after you have entered the schematic.
You can drag components in the CAD software and the program will maintain electrical connections with a "rats nest".
Once you have placed all your components you can either manually route each trace one at a time or you can let the auto-router do its thing. At any time you can relocate components and reroute as desired.
Altium is just a cad package,I mean Altium Designer.
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