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bus path

The physical route or channel that a bus takes. See bus.
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The planning tool then automatically increases the size of the bus path and the autorouter puts a ground connection between the signal connections and connects the shield to the ground plane with a via (FIGURE 6).
Functionality in the topology planner automatically optimizes the interconnect sequences at the ends of the bus paths. For instance, if a 64-bit bus is split into two 32-bit paths, the planner will choose the best 32 interconnects for each path based on fan out lengths from the major components.
It also complements the designer's vision of logic flow while making ECOs easier to manage as bus paths can be quickly moved and re-routed while still maintaining design integrity.