The questions are:
1. There is the designation of the twisted pair, shielded twisted pair, screens in the Electrical... but I did not find here the grounded screens. Are there? The usual screen has the connection points (for example, from below). If you connect a wire from this point to the ground, was this a grounded screen for program?
2. For example, there are some twisted pairs or shielded wires in the cable. So, there are some component symbols on the wires already. Cable is represented with Fan In/Out Source and one segment (line) on Multiwires layer. How to screen it across the length and grounded to the input and output?
3. Transfer to Inventor. How this is done is known. But can Inventor perceive and construct twisted pair or the screen? (There was mention about the image of the segment in the form of metal with holes, but I need copper braiding and, what is the most importantly, it must be ‘screen’ for a program, but not the ‘color property of the segment’). Can the program ground this screen? If not through imports… Could it be done manually, but not just like an ‘empty’ drawing?
Thanks in advance.
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