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TIP #068: Place tall components on one side of PCB

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Why? One wrongly placed tall component can increase the total height of the board. 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 #066: Include voltage value in power net name

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Why? You need to be sure, that you are connecting signals with the same voltage levels. It also helps during debugging and schematic checking. 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 …

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TIP #063: Consider to place analogue circuits in corners of your PCB

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Why? You may not want to place it in the middle of the board where all the currents and signals are running. 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 …

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TIP #062: On the cover page, include status of the schematic

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Why? Everyone reading your schematic will know how accurate it is and if they should report you any possible mistakes. 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 #061: Do not forget about VIA aspect ratio

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Why? If you do not follow VIA ratio recommendations, it may not be possible to manufacture your PCB. 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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