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Why right angle bends on a PCB are not so bad

Monday, December 31st, 2012

We've heard it numerous times: avoid using right angle bends in PCB routing. Here's an article from EDN magazine explaining why it's not as bad as most people think. The article explains that the "bad" effects like increased capacitance and circuit noise only start to be a pain for designers...

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Posted in PCBs, techniques | 18 Comments »

A look at our spammer friends

Thursday, December 27th, 2012

The Akismet spam filter service we use on blog comments seems to be letting lots of spam through lately. We're moderating all comments with links, as well as first time posters. That requires human interaction and increases lag between posting and seeing a comment, so we'll continue to look for...

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Posted in Editorial, site | 13 Comments »

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