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Title : 'Schematic 'readiness' and their portability.
Company : PCB Experts, LLC
Date : 06-Aug-2009
Downloads : 14

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Before a PCB design can be started, a schematic drawing should exist. Whether it exists on white paper and pencil, scribbling on a white board, or even just in your head, one must exist*. If this schematic is to be read by others, it must adhere to what everyone knows as a 'schematic diagram'. They need to recognize symbols for resistors, capacitors and anything else you have. From this point, most people can get an understanding of what the circuit is. However, it's only when you intend for this schematic to be creating into a physical PCB design, you need to get even more strict on your drawing.
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The article goes too primitive. however for the present gen of engineers it is very useful - T.Annathurai - Report As Inappropriate


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