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Frank Jin
12/06/05 08:28
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#104773 - Hardware Experience
Responding to: Andy Curda's previous message
First of all, I want to say, thanks.

Although my background is EE, I didn't design the hardware by myself before. I fully understand the hardware, but I haven't got any chance to develop or DRAW the PCB board. I think this is my big shortage.

The microprocessors that I used these years are 8051 and 68302. I am trying to learn hardware design thing. Do you know where I can get some PCB layout freeware to pratice hardware design? Are you familar with FPGA and VHDL? I also want to dig this area, if I type FPGA and VHDL on Amazon, too many books to choose. Which book do you feel is good for me to buy?



List of 16 messages in thread
Company was closed      Frank Jin      12/05/05 20:15      
   Cell phone industry good opportunities      Charles Bannister      12/06/05 05:00      
   Jack Ganssle has embedded jobs in his ne      Erik Malund      12/06/05 06:36      
   not much 8052 in Boston..      Andy Curda      12/06/05 07:24      
      Hardware Experience      Frank Jin      12/06/05 08:28      
         lattice has freeware and you can use 3 f      Erik Malund      12/06/05 09:09      
         Freeware layout software...      Robert Revens      12/06/05 09:11      
         Open Source EDA      Ian Bell      12/06/05 12:11      
         FreePCB      Vignesh Prasad      12/07/05 10:24      
            Thanks      Frank Jin      12/08/05 13:15      
         apples and oranges      Erik Malund      12/08/05 14:15      
   Move      Grant Beattie      12/07/05 15:16      
      Edmonton      Frank Jin      12/08/05 13:14      
   Don't limit yourself!      Andy Neil      12/07/05 16:19      
      I will      Frank Jin      12/08/05 13:23      
         Don't have a standard resume      Andy Neil      12/10/05 16:57      

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