TIP #008: You may want to use multiple VIAs in high current
Why? One VIA only can carry limited current (e.g. 1 - 1.5A).
TIP #007: Set the right height of your table
Why? Just moving your table up may stop your back pain.
TIP #006: Always create specific component type
Why? If you use a generic resistor schematic symbol, then always when you generate a BOM (Bill of Material), you will have to manually edit it.
TIP #005: Make small test circuit boards
Why? You may be surprised how the first revision of a simple circuit may not work the way as you are expecting.
TIP #004: Add a page reference next to the ports
Why? You can very simply see on what page(s) the signal continues.
TIP #003: Use “+” sign for your power net names
Why? It’s a very simple way to identify power nets (especially in layout), makes it simple to filter or order power nets , it’s very simple to use them in rules
TIP #002: Always spread signals if you have space
Why? It improves your design and layout.
TIP #001: You can have crosstalk on a low frequency
Why? Crosstalk depends on speed of rising / falling signal edge (how fast signal changes from low to high or high to low).
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