Replicate PCB design

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eelsfai
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Replicate PCB design

Post by eelsfai » Mon Jan 08, 2018 7:39 am

Hello,

I am trying to learn PCB design, and this board is a great example to replicate since it contains digital and RF.
Would you be able to post the PCB design files ? Or maybe pictures with the layers, component placement and routing ?

Thanks in Advance

bglod
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Re: Replicate PCB design

Post by bglod » Mon Jan 15, 2018 2:15 pm

We cannot publish or provide anyone that information, sorry.

However, I highly recommend the books: "High-Speed Digital Design" by Howard Johnson, and "Signal [and Power] Integrity: Simplified" by Eric Bogatin. If you're just starting out, you'll want to have a basic understanding of the fundamentals first. Seeing one person's layout of a working design can be helpful, but it doesn't tell you why things are the way they are and what compromises had to be made along the way. There could even be mistakes or poor layout decisions that you'd subconsciously copy as well -- there's a big difference between a design that works, and a design that works well. I hope that helps!
Electrical Engineer
Nuand, LLC.

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