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Suresh R
11/07/05 10:19
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Chennai
India


 
#103382 - what i have done is
Responding to: Kai Klaas's previous message
Kai Klaas said:

you will need a PCB containing a solid ground plane. So, fill every free area on your board with ground, connect it to your ground plane by as many vias as possible and use proper supply decoupling with each chip.

Kai


can you tell me how to make a solid ground plane in two layer board design.

what i have done is
" connected the bottom layer copper pour to the ground net. no copper pour in the top layer."
The ground track and Vcc track runs on both sides of the board

will this create any problem.




List of 16 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
two layer PCB      Suresh R      11/04/05 23:56      
   +5VDC also drives PhotoMOS relays      Suresh R      11/05/05 00:13      
   Solid ground plane is needed!      Kai Klaas      11/06/05 05:18      
      what i have done is      Suresh R      11/07/05 10:19      
         what you have done ...      Andy Peters      11/07/05 11:36      
            Thermal relief's      Suresh R      11/08/05 03:09      
               You need a solid ground plane      Kai Klaas      11/08/05 08:03      
                  I want the best money can buy, but do no      Erik Malund      11/08/05 08:22      
                  Thermal relief in PCB's      Suresh R      11/08/05 11:24      
                     An illustration...      Kai Klaas      11/09/05 06:26      
                        went through the design but      Suresh R      11/10/05 04:46      
                           Thermal reliefs were demonstrated      Kai Klaas      11/10/05 05:30      
                           who are you posting to????      Erik Malund      11/10/05 06:14      
               thermal reliefs only ease soldering        Sasha Jevtic      11/08/05 12:37      
                  Resistance calculation for thrmal relief      Suresh R      11/08/05 22:35      
                     you better read .....        Abhishek Singh      11/10/05 05:56      

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