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These articles and pages date from 2002/2003 and in the cases noted may be horribly dated. We leave them here in case they may be of some use - and to remind us of the heady days of our youth. We would also suggest you look at this 6 volume series of books by Tony R Kuphaldt 'Lessons in Electric Circuits' published under the OpenBook initiative (means its free).
|Glossary||Definitions of some electronic terms. Big page. Still mostly relevant.|
|3.3V and 5V||The results of some experiments we ran when trying to isolate an MPC855T from that nasty 5V stuff which has a tendency to blow the chip up. Pretty dated info.|
|Equations||Some simple electrical equations. Mostly still relevant.|
|BGA Layout||When we first tried to run a layout with a big BGA (MPC855T) it was a disaster (ORCAD with Auto-router). But it can be done with a semi-automatic fanout - then let the auto-router rip - works perfectly. From 2002. Mostly pretty dated. Bleeding edge stuff at the time though!|
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