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Fabricating Printed Circuit Boards by Jon Varteresian

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CHAPTER 3

Placement and Routing Considerations for Various Circuit Designs

Placement and Routing Considerations for General-purpose Analog Circuit Boards

A “general-purpose” analog circuit board is defined here as one that uses common analog circuitry (op amps, transistors, etc.) that operates at only a few megahertz (MHz) of bandwidth. This type of circuit is fairly forgiving of circuit board placement and routing oversights, but there are a few guidelines still to be followed. Proper ground and power distribution (as described in Chapter Two) is important, as are decoupling capacitors. Beyond that, you should not have many problems.

Placement and Routing Considerations for General-purpose Digital Circuit Boards

“General-purpose” digital ...

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