Re: PCB layout advice
- You might want to ask this over on Homebrew_PCBs, too.
Steve Greenfield AE7HD
--- In Electronics_101@yahoogroups.com, Vic Fraenckel <windswaytoo@...> wrote:
> I need some advice on PCB board layout.
> I am building a small piece of audio equipment. The board is DC powered
> (9V) which I will provide from an off
> board feed of 15V through a voltage divider on the board. The board is
> connected between a microphone and a
> sound system normally used in entertainment. I was asked to design the
> board from a schematic given to me by the
> customer. The board size is 2.4" X 1.4". I have never done a board that
> is strictly audio before.
> My inclination is to place a ground plane on the audio side of the board
> with plenty of gap between the traces
> and the ground plane copper and place the DC routing on the bottom side
> of the board. Is this a viable solution?
> Any enlightenment will be appreciated.
> Vic Fraenckel
> windswaytoo ATSIGN gmail DOT com
> *Victor Fraenckel
> windswaytoo ATSIGN gmail DOT com**
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