Re: uBITX BAT54SL: diode ring mixer direction question
I got used to using a prototype board called a Surfboard. There are
many different arrangements of pads. While expensive on a per-unit
basis it works for me. You still have to cut traces to make pads for
things like smd transistors and jfets and to provide isolated pads for
components but you don't have to do it for the whole circuit board. I
just layout how I'm going to do it on a piece of paper and then work on
I have never heard of a burin. I've always just used a hobby knife and
while it works its hard to get straight cuts and to then clean out
between the cuts.
What brand of burin do you use? Do they make one that would useful to
remove the trace between cuts?
I see this set on ebay, would they work?
We are probably a little different in age. I keep my notes in engineers
notebooks, the kind that have graph paper on every page. A carryover
from my Chemistry/Physics/EE training in the late 60's and early 70's.
I like flipping through the pages.
Good luck in whatever you create!
On Mon, 02 Apr 2018 08:08:07 -0700
"Michael LeBlanc" <@VE1LEB> wrote:
Thanks Tim and Raj. I'll go ahead and wire things up now that I know.