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Project files (Multisim and Ultiboard Documents)
How to Use Multisim
How to make single-section components
How to make multi-section components
Creating Footprints in Ultiboard
Backing up the User Database
Applying Footprints to Schematics and Transferring Schematic to Ultiboard
Routing in Ultiboard
Light Detector Schematic
FM Transmitter Schematic
DC-DC converter Schematic
Lecture Notes and Homework
Regulatory Agencies HW
Regulatory Agencies Lecture Notes Handout
Standards and Classifications HW
Standards and Classifications Lecture Notes Handout
Safety and Certification HW
Design Considerations HW
Cables and Connectors HW
Testing Electronics HW
Standard Reference Designators and Schematic Symbols
Units Note Sheet Handout
Component Dimensions Worksheet General
Standard Component Packages and Cases
Mechanical Dimensions Worksheet
Manufacturing Printed Circuit Boards Handout
Drill Bit sizes Handout
Troubleshooting PCB's Powerpoint
Building Ethernet Cables Handout
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