[sdiy] Schematic to PCB problems
vze2yf87 at verizon.net
Mon Jun 3 22:31:25 CEST 2002
All I have to say, is that I'm very impressed with that eagle cadsoft
program. Definately recommended for the DIY-er from my preview of it. The
auto-routing function on it is great. With a minimal amount of effort I was
able to put together that circuit with no jumpers into a very compact area.
For the price (free) it seems really user-friendly and pretty powerful. I
haven't really compared it with anything, so I suppose it's not much of a
professional opinion, but it looks like it could do anything I could ask of
it. It has a pretty extensive component library as well, pretty much any
opamp you could want.
On the subject of freeware, if there's any other software out there that you
guys know about that's useful/interesting/educational, share the wealth!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Hallvard Tangeraas" <northstar2010 at yahoo.no>
To: "Synth-DIY list" <synth-diy at dropmix.xs4all.nl>
Sent: Monday, June 03, 2002 1:05 PM
Subject: [sdiy] Schematic to PCB problems
> I'm trying to finalize my ETI vocoder which I've mentioned here several
> times in the past, and to do that I need to build a test-oscillator which
> is described in the instructions.
> The problem is that unlike all the other circuits, this one only has a
> schematic, and not a complete PCB layout.
> It's a small and simple circuit, but since I don't have any experience in
> creating a circuit board out of a schematic I'm struggling quite a bit.
> problem of course is to design it in practical manner to take as little
> space as possible, with as few "bridges" as possible etc.
> I've tried to do this on paper, but so far I haven't found any good
> solutions. I currently don't have any equipment for etching PCBs, so I was
> thinking of building it using a "strip" type PCB. Still, a proper circuit
> board layout would be nice as I plan to document the whole building
> procedure of the vocoder when done.
> Any suggestions on how to go about with this?
> I've uploaded the schematic here:
> Notator/Creator SL : <http://www.notator.org>
> Atari Launchpad : <http://launchpad.atari.org>
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