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soundcheck   2/15/2013 10:05:59 AM
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Interesting article. There's a bug in figure 5. Some traces are moved by one pin.

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MarineDir   5/17/2012 8:22:42 AM
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This is a highly informative article, that would provide great insight on the optimising of circuit board layouts. These guidelines are great for ensuring the proper use of and installation of circuit boards. Any time new advancements about the layout of circuit boards are made, I hope such an update can be made to the public as well. Mary - http://www.jensenmarinedirect.com

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Eak   9/30/2009 2:45:06 AM
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