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Stefanoo 5th March 2007 01:59 PM

layout rules
 
Hi to everybody!

I was wondering if anybody can give me some good link or good textbook' s title where to find usefull information on the layout rules.

I would like to route a board of a project that i'm building but i don't know much about routing rules...so hope to get a good start point from this 3d.


Thanks in advance.


Best,
Stefano.

kvholio 5th March 2007 04:09 PM

hello,
this tutorial might be useful to you
http://alternatezone.com/electronics...torialRevA.pdf

PS:
For trying if and how stuff works a breadboard or a piece of veroboard works great and saves you $$$

Greetings,

Klaas

FastEddy 5th March 2007 04:51 PM

Of considerable interest: http://www.elecdesign.com/Articles/I...ArticleID=9742 ...

This article has several references re: circuit board layout for lab / industrial / robotics application ... a quick read.

Topics: "Staying Between The Lines", "Making Plated Through Holes", "The Latest Read" (book list) ... plus links to other resources.

(kvholio 's link above is very interesting, quite detailed and well worth reading several times through before you begin. ... Although I would do due dilligence about the references to "power ground plane's" as for golden ear audio work, there are several additional considerations like "stray capacitance" and cross coupling that may enter into the quality question ... Same, same with regard to "Good Grounding" and "Good Bypassing")

:smash:

Stefanoo 5th March 2007 05:12 PM

thanks kvholio the pdf looks usefull i'm going to read it now!

For fastEdyy: what are that topics for? and what are the link to resources that you mentioned above?
may i have the exact link?
i would be interested on.


FastEddy 5th March 2007 05:36 PM

Sorry: you may not be able to "log in" to Electronic Design magazine's web site ... just fill out their questionare and become a "member / subscriber" ... then the link: http://www.elecdesign.com/Articles/I...ArticleID=9742 ... can be read.

This is a US trade journal and should be a no charge subscription, Europe or USA ... :cool:

kvholio 5th March 2007 06:19 PM

hi Stefano, maybe this one is also interesting ,also has some useful links at the bottom of the page.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PCB_lay...external_links

Greetings,

Klaas

FastEddy 5th March 2007 07:01 PM

From kvholio's link(s) above: http://www.expresspcb.com/ExpressPCBHtm/Tips.htm = short but good ... and http://olimex.com/pcb/dtools.html ... nice list of software tools with one Mac program = :D


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