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Make your own PCBs with EAGLE [electronic resource] : from schematic designs to finished boards / Simon Monk.

Por: Monk, Simon [].
Tipo de material: TextoTextoEditor: New York, N.Y. : McGraw-Hill Education LLC., c2014Descripción: xv, 251 p. : ill., figs., tables.ISBN: 9780071819251 (print ISBN); 0071819258 (print ISBN); 9780071819268 (eISBN); 0071819266 (eISBN).Otro título: Make your own printed circuit boards with Easily Applicable Graphical Layout Editor.Tema(s): Printed circuits | Printed circuits -- Computer-aided design | Printed circuits -- Computer programs | Integrated circuits -- Design | Integrated circuits | Integrated circuit layoutClasificación CDD: 621.3815/31028553 Recursos en línea: Haga clic para acceso en línea Also issued in online version.
Contenidos:
A. Dedication -- B. About the Author -- C. Acknowledgments -- 1. Introduction -- Printed Circuit Boards -- Surface Mount and Through Hole -- Prototyping -- Installing EAGLE Light Edition -- First Run -- Load an Example Project -- Install Third-Party Software -- Light Edition Limitations -- Summary -- 2. Quickstart -- Creating a New Project -- Drawing the Schematic -- Electrical Rule Check -- Laying Out the Board -- Summary -- 3. Components and Libraries -- U.S. versus European Circuit Symbols -- Resistors -- Capacitors -- Transistors and Diodes -- Integrated Circuits -- Connectors -- Other Components -- Buying Components -- Paper PCB -- Summary -- 4. Editing Schematics -- The Anatomy of the Schematic Editor -- The Command Toolbar -- Nets -- Buses -- Worked Example -- Summary -- 5. Laying Out a Printed Circuit Board -- Experimenting -- Layers -- The Command Toolbar -- The Grid -- Sound Meter Layout (Through-Hole) -- Sound Meter Layout (Surface-Mount) -- Manual Layout -- Summary -- 6. Printed Circuit Board Fabrication -- Gerber Files -- Loading a CAM Job -- Running a CAM Job -- Measure Twice, Cut Once -- Submitting a Job to a PCB Service -- Follow the Instructions -- Photoetching -- Milling PCBs -- Toner Transfer -- Summary -- 7. Soldering -- Tools -- Soldering Through-Hole PCBs -- SMD Hand Soldering -- SMT with Hot-Air Gun -- Using a Reflow Oven -- Summary -- 8. Example: An Arduino Shield -- Introducing Arduino -- Shield Design -- Arduino R3 Shield Template -- A Four-Digit LED Example -- Fabrication -- Summary -- 9. A Raspberry Pi Expansion Board -- Design Considerations -- The Schematic -- The Board -- Summary -- 10. Commands, Scripts, and User-Language Programs -- Commands -- Scripts -- User-Language Programs -- Summary -- 11. Creating Libraries and Parts -- Creating a Library -- Copying a Device from Another Library -- The Part Editor -- Devices, Symbols, and Packages -- Editing a Part -- Creating a New Part -- Summary -- A. Appendix A: Resources -- Official Documentation -- Forums -- Tutorials -- Sources of Library Parts -- B. Appendix B: EAGLE Layers -- Layers Used in the Layout Editor -- Layers Used in the Schematic Editor -- C. Appendix C: User-Language Program Reference -- Data Types -- Strings -- Arrays -- Logical and Bitwise Operators -- Control Structures -- Special Constants -- Dialog Functions -- Other Built-in Functions.
Resumen: Electronics guru Simon Monk eases the learning curve for EAGLE-the powerful, free program for designing your own printed circuit boards (PCBs).
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

A. Dedication -- B. About the Author -- C. Acknowledgments -- 1. Introduction -- Printed Circuit Boards -- Surface Mount and Through Hole -- Prototyping -- Installing EAGLE Light Edition -- First Run -- Load an Example Project -- Install Third-Party Software -- Light Edition Limitations -- Summary -- 2. Quickstart -- Creating a New Project -- Drawing the Schematic -- Electrical Rule Check -- Laying Out the Board -- Summary -- 3. Components and Libraries -- U.S. versus European Circuit Symbols -- Resistors -- Capacitors -- Transistors and Diodes -- Integrated Circuits -- Connectors -- Other Components -- Buying Components -- Paper PCB -- Summary -- 4. Editing Schematics -- The Anatomy of the Schematic Editor -- The Command Toolbar -- Nets -- Buses -- Worked Example -- Summary -- 5. Laying Out a Printed Circuit Board -- Experimenting -- Layers -- The Command Toolbar -- The Grid -- Sound Meter Layout (Through-Hole) -- Sound Meter Layout (Surface-Mount) -- Manual Layout -- Summary -- 6. Printed Circuit Board Fabrication -- Gerber Files -- Loading a CAM Job -- Running a CAM Job -- Measure Twice, Cut Once -- Submitting a Job to a PCB Service -- Follow the Instructions -- Photoetching -- Milling PCBs -- Toner Transfer -- Summary -- 7. Soldering -- Tools -- Soldering Through-Hole PCBs -- SMD Hand Soldering -- SMT with Hot-Air Gun -- Using a Reflow Oven -- Summary -- 8. Example: An Arduino Shield -- Introducing Arduino -- Shield Design -- Arduino R3 Shield Template -- A Four-Digit LED Example -- Fabrication -- Summary -- 9. A Raspberry Pi Expansion Board -- Design Considerations -- The Schematic -- The Board -- Summary -- 10. Commands, Scripts, and User-Language Programs -- Commands -- Scripts -- User-Language Programs -- Summary -- 11. Creating Libraries and Parts -- Creating a Library -- Copying a Device from Another Library -- The Part Editor -- Devices, Symbols, and Packages -- Editing a Part -- Creating a New Part -- Summary -- A. Appendix A: Resources -- Official Documentation -- Forums -- Tutorials -- Sources of Library Parts -- B. Appendix B: EAGLE Layers -- Layers Used in the Layout Editor -- Layers Used in the Schematic Editor -- C. Appendix C: User-Language Program Reference -- Data Types -- Strings -- Arrays -- Logical and Bitwise Operators -- Control Structures -- Special Constants -- Dialog Functions -- Other Built-in Functions.

Electronics guru Simon Monk eases the learning curve for EAGLE-the powerful, free program for designing your own printed circuit boards (PCBs).

Also issued in online version.

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