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From: "Bevan Weiss"
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Subject: Re: PCB routing
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"Leon Heller" wrote in message
> "Bevan Weiss" wrote in message
> > For a single sided board, things become much harder. I'd primarily
> > about routing the power trace, and then again flood fill (removing dead
> > areas of course) with ground copper. Rearranging signal traces to give
> > nice wide channels joining copper fills.
> That's how I design PCBs to make at home. I also add some redundant wire
> links as necessary on some tracks to ensure that most of the board gets
> poured copper, as I usually don't have the room to reroute the tracks. An
> added advantage is that one doesn't have to route the ground connections.
And the trace impedance is easier to calculate...
It also gives you a semi-decent form of sheilding from RFI etc...
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