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TIP #037: Use “.Checked PCB” “.Checked SCH” as component parameters

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Why? Helps you to identify symbols and footprints which you need to check, helps to speed up schematic drawing process Note: This is a tip from my new book which I am preparing. If you would like to be notified when this book is ready, just fill out this form …

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TIP #036: Buy a good mouse

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Why? When doing schematic and layout for weeks / months / years and moving your hand all the time, you really need a good mouse. Otherwise, sooner or later, your hand is going to hurt. Note: This is a tip from my new book which I am preparing. If you …

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TIP #035: Use ferrite beads or 0R resistors on powers

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Why? It helps with power noise filtering, easy to measure currents, circuit can be disconnected, … Note: This is a tip from my new book which I am preparing. If you would like to be notified when this book is ready, just fill out this form >

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TIP #034: Have a look at what your competition is using

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Why? In some cases you may want to use exactly the same components because of software / hardware compatibility. It may also help to prevent possible problems (there may be a reason why they chose particular chips). Note: This is a tip from my new book which I am preparing. …

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TIP #032: Always do testing in environmental chamber

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Why? It helps you to find possible problems before mass production Note: This is a tip from my new book which I am preparing. If you would like to be notified when this book is ready, just fill out this form >

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TIP #031: Include page number in Schematic page name

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Why? It helps you quickly jump to the right page Note: This is a tip from my new book which I am preparing. If you would like to be notified when this book is ready, just fill out this form >

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