Frequently it is convenient to route traces on a PCB such that some other traces or pads are at right angles to a common bus. However, this creates "T" intersections which have 90° angles, which can ...
Alright - I'm on the same project as I was in the last question I asked, where I am trying to mount four Spartan-6 FPGAs (specifically, the BGA256 variety) onto a DIMM-form-factor card. All has gone ...
I am almost done routing a board. However, is telling me that there is still one more wire. I have looked but I just can't seem to find it. Is there a to make Eagle tell me where it is?
I have designed an land pattern for a micro USB connector. The connector have 2 x 0.9mm drill holes under it. The problem is the clearance distance around these holes being to big and overlaps the ...
Background I'm working on a fairly dense mixed PTH/SMD (plated through hole / surface mount) component PCB design. I'm using Eagle CAD for it for the schematic capture / layout and I'm using the ...
I'm attempting to route a simple board, the first I've done in 15 years since I routed a 12V linear power supply in the equivalent of mspaint. This board consists mainly of an LPC2387, which is an ...
How do I connect a pin that is not included on the main symbol or any of the gates of an Eagle part?
In Eagle, I've dealt with a couple of parts that have pads that don't seem to be accessible from the schematic: HTSSOP packages with a thermal pad that should be connected to a ground pin; a battery ...
Can anyone offer any useful strategies on going from a rat's nest to a routed PCB? (I'm using Eagle and aiming to make single/double sided PCBs at home) Drawing the schematic is fine, but when it ...