Laying Out a Printed Circuit Board
In this chapter, you will first look at the various commands available to use when laying out a PCB and then make two example layouts for the bar-code example of Chapter 4. One of these layouts will use a typical hobbyist’s through-hole design. The other will use mostly surface-mount components. In the final section of this chapter, we spurn the help of the autorouter, lay out the same example manually, and compare it with the automatically generated layout.
Before starting on the sound ...