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'''PCB prototyping''' is done after the schematic has been worked out and before PCB fabrication. It is useful for testing and evaluating the design and layout and is quick and economical for producing one-offs.<ref>''[https://web.archive.org/web/20130218225030/http://frank.harvard.edu/aoe/ The Art of Electronics]'' by Paul Horowitz and Winfield Hill, ISBN 0-521-37095-7, pages 827-830]</ref> There are a number of methods to choose from:
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'''PCB prototyping''' is done after the schematic has been worked out and before PCB fabrication. It is useful for testing and evaluating the design and layout and is quick and economical for producing one-offs.<ref>''[https://web.archive.org/web/20130218225030/http://frank.harvard.edu/aoe/ The Art of Electronics]'' by Paul Horowitz and Winfield Hill, {{ISBN|0-521-37095-7}}, pages 827-830]</ref> There are a number of methods to choose from:
 
* [[Solderless breadboard]] aka plugboard
 
* [[Solderless breadboard]] aka plugboard
 
* [[Wirewrap]]
 
* [[Wirewrap]]
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== Further reading ==
 
== Further reading ==
* ''Practical Electronics for Inventors'' by Paul Scherz, 3rd edition, Tab Electronics, Feb 2013, ISBN 0-07-177133-6, p558-561
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* ''Practical Electronics for Inventors'' by Paul Scherz, 3rd edition, Tab Electronics, Feb 2013, {{ISBN|0-07-177133-6}}, p558-561
 
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== External links ==
 
== External links ==

Latest revision as of 10:49, 16 July 2020

PCB prototyping is done after the schematic has been worked out and before PCB fabrication. It is useful for testing and evaluating the design and layout and is quick and economical for producing one-offs.[1] There are a number of methods to choose from:

References

  1. ^ The Art of Electronics by Paul Horowitz and Winfield Hill, ISBN 0-521-37095-7, pages 827-830]

External links