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|12/11/2003 5:49 PM|
||Get paid to debug|
Lately I have had bad luck taking known good working schematics and creating computer-aided PCB layouts the yield proper results. When I solder it up, I end up with either bad tone, oscillation, or extremely low output. I don't have these problems when I hand-draw a PCB or use perfboard! But I am determined that I SHOULD be able to enter a design into Eagle™, burn it, stuff it, and it should WORK.
Who here has the experience and wouldn't mind taking on a project once in a while to tell me what I did wrong? I'd pay you what you feel your time is worth and for the return shipping.
I just think this method would be so much easier than trying to post a problem on the board and getting best-guesses as to what could be causing it (after I've already checked all the obvious possibilities).
Drop a reply here, and I may contact you in the future! Thanks...
|12/16/2003 3:02 PM|
||Sometimes all it takes is another s...|
Sometimes all it takes is another set of eyes to take a quick look. I'd be happy to help anyway I can.
|12/16/2003 7:52 PM|
Good news; my last project turned out to be good after all. After having another set of eyes look it over it sort of magically works now. Maybe the round trip across the country set everything right. The right transistors help too, by the way.
|12/18/2003 3:21 PM|
Ah, nothing like the sound of a newly-working effect!
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