I'm designing a new product with 2 layers, 1mm PCB, FR4, 1oz copper and a TX 433MHz PCB Antenna, we already use a very common model from the internet in our products (Application Note 52 - MICREL) and works fine, but learning more about RF i founded some things:
1: For 433MHz you should use...
Today I received a PCB and after assembling it I discovered I forgot to route a voltage rail.
The thing is that I am sure Altium showed no un-connected nets errors back then when I designed it.
The net is highlighted below, see that both vias and pads are of the same net but not...
I am making a multi-channel design in Altium Designer (like in the below image), the REPEAT prefix creates multiple instances of components but not power ports (+V, GND, ..).
As you can see below in channel A, C29 becomes C29A but all power rails are the same for all channels...
I made a polygon on the top and bottom solder layer that goes to the end of the board (actually even beyond).
but as you can see in the below image there is still a little bit of solder mask on the board edges! is this normal or something wrong?
Is it gonna look like this in the PCB...
I have a schematic in a pdf format (generated by Altium Designer) which has the below capacitors labeled LEC692.
My first guess was this must be the Part Number but I didn't find it in the "Miscellaneous devices" library!! And also looking into the internet didn't give anything!!
I'm done getting crap output signals. I've tried to simulate about a dozen circuits with several operational amplifiers. Filters work fine, but SAH doesn't. I give up and asking you for help. There can I find tutorials about designing circuits with OP AMPs? Also, if you got a circuit, you are...
I am newbie in AC supply PCB design. I have designed the PCB similar to NCP1027ATX evaluation board link. This is the link to pdf of my board schematic. The problem is that, at the output, the voltage is fluctuating and so that the microcontroller and other circuitry at the output not working. I...
I am designing a planar transformer in Altium.
I am using the planarTX plug-in I found on GitHub which is helping things move along a lot faster - however it only has the capability of creating spirals in a single direction.
This means it is not feasible for creation of a series connected...
Hope you all doing good.
i'm currently designing a pcb in Altium designer for 2 motors which will consume a current of approximately 5amp for a very short interval of time like 500ms or 1s max, how much should i keep the minimum track width??