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Lessons in Circuits: Vol. VI - Experiments

Lessons in Circuits: Vol. VI - Experiments

Learning electronic theory is all well and good, but like most real tasks, electronics is 20% theory and 80% practice. Just because a circuit works in a simulation does not mean it will work in real life. Take a look at some high-tech printed circuit boards (such as a motherboard) and you will quickly find strange layout techniques. A classic example is matching the trace lengths for signals in a bus; traces meander back and forth to ensure that...

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