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Survey: Development Boards Reduce Need for Custom PCB Design
12/18/2013

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tekochip
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Absolutely True
tekochip   12/19/2013 8:52:07 AM
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For one piece designs, test equipment and quick prototypes I use development kits.  Even if I don't use the peripherals in the kit, I have a nice bond-out for wirewrapping.  Of course, having a display and graphics library really moves things along.


taimoortariq
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custom PCB design
taimoortariq   12/26/2013 1:09:24 AM
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Interesting survey, Certainly control systems and robotics areas are highly mixed and require more usage of custom made PCB's relatively.

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