(This book cannot be returned.)
Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product.
Fully updated coverage of PCB design and construction with EAGLE
This thoroughly revised, easy-to-follow guide shows, step-by-step, how to create your own professional-quality PCBs using the latest versions of EAGLE. Make Your Own PCBs with EAGLE: From Schematic Designs to Finished Boards, Second Edition, guides you through the process of developing a schematic, transforming it into a PCB layout, and submitting Gerber files to a manufacturing service to fabricate your finished board. Four brand-new chapters contain advanced techniques, tips, and features. Downloadable DIY projects include a sound level meter, Arduino shield, Raspberry Pi expansion board, and more
- Install and configure EAGLE--including EAGLE v7.7.0
- Explore EAGLE's screens and create schematic and board files
- Select the right components and launch your own projects
- Create scripts and User Language Programs that automate repetitive tasks
- Build your own libraries and parts and modify existing components
- Generate Gerber design files to submit for fabrication
- Solder through-hole PCBs and SMD boards
- Learn how to streamline your design thinking and workflow
- Design non-rectangular and custom-shaped boards
- Learn advanced techniques and take your boards to the next level
About the Author
Simon Monk has a bachelor's degree in cybernetics and computer science and a Ph.D. in software engineering. He has authored numerous books, including Programming Arduino: Getting Started with Sketches, 30 Arduino Projects for the Evil Genius, Programming the Raspberry Pi: Getting Started with Python, Hacking Electronics, and Programming FPGAs: Getting Started with Verilog. Dr. Monk also runs the website monkmakes.com, which features his own products.Duncan Amos has been involved with producing printed circuit boards for almost fifty years. His career straddled many industries, from environmental monitoring to aerospace - several of his PCBs are in earth orbit and continue to function after more than 25 years in that harsh environment. Although "officially retired," he continues to produce PCBs for non-profit groups, small companies, and start-ups and regularly performs technical reviews of books on electronics.