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About designing the boards which carry the components of an electronic circuit. For questions about getting them built instead use PCB-fabrication. If your question is specific to a certain CAD tool, say which tool and version you are using.

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A track starts behaving reactively at the point where the wavelength of your signal approaches the order of magnitude of the size of the track. For 60Hz, the wavelength of your signal in copper is abo …
answered Sep 25 '13 by user36129
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This is a great question, because the default answer is usually wrong for 99% of applications. The default answer is: to avoid reflections and other problems with high frequency signals. The default …
answered Jul 19 '13 by user36129
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This is certainly possible, but a few things to keep in mind: Rosin flux residue often isn't water soluble. For cleaning after assembly, water is not generally effective Salts in the water will, esp …
answered Dec 3 '14 by user36129
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I do a lot of quick-turn design and I have to say: annotating the schematic is by far the most convenient thing. It's rare for any of my designs to be more than 2 or 3 A4 sheets, so the amount of desi …
answered Feb 9 '15 by user36129