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Good PCB layout design practices

Discussion in 'PCB Layout, Design and Manufacture' started by Rajinder, Jan 5, 2018.

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  1. Rajinder

    Rajinder

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    Jan 30, 2016
    Hi all
    I am learning some schematic capture and layout with Eagle PCB.
    I eanted to ask whst is generally good PCB design practice. Is it some of the following:
    1. Segregate Analogue and Digital circuitry
    2. Decoupling caps on all ICs
    3. 4 layer stack up woukd be signal gnd power signal
    4. Have a layer as dedicated ground
    5. Keep digital signal tracks small
    6. Adequate filtering and esd protection at inputs to PCB i.e. where USB will be taken in and out

    Is there anything else that should be considered especially for EMC/RFI

    Thanks in advance
     
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