Schematic Tips & Tricks - Phil's Lab #62

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Schematic tips and tricks to improve legibility, clarity, and usefulness. Tool-independent techniques but shown in Altium Designer, as well as showing things not do featuring a 'commercial' schematic. Mixed-signal hardware design course: 🤍phils-lab-shop.fedevel.education [SUPPORT] Free trial of Altium Designer: 🤍🤍altium.com/yt/philslab Patreon: 🤍🤍patreon.com/phils94 [LINKS] GitHub: 🤍github.com/pms67 [TIMESTAMPS] 00:00 Introduction 00:31 Altium Designer Free Trial 00:55 Sectioning 02:35 Title Block 03:14 Text and Calculations 04:17 Symbols 05:20 Crossings 06:17 Net Labels 07:02 Horizontal Text 07:19 Power and Ground Direction 07:38 Junctions 08:20 Overlapping Text 08:38 Component Order and Placement 10:22 Colours 10:56 Annotation 11:26 What not to do... ID: QIBvbJtYjWuHiTG0uCoK

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Azimyth
2022-09-30 17:54:58

I've been doing schematic capture and layout for a few years now, and some of your organizational tips are absolutely brilliant. This is going to make my life a lot easier, thank you!

Gabriel Damian
2022-09-28 12:13:22

Wow this makes me realise I really didn't learn much in my EE degree 😅 But super awesome video, thank you! I am catching up in my professional skills 😃

Camber
2022-08-11 06:54:43

I mostly do reverse engineering and I find it easier to have symbols laid out like the actual pinout of the device. Apart from that great info and suggestions.

KornDawg Boys4Jesus
2022-07-06 14:54:22

On average, how much time does schematic designing take? I guess it depends on experience & software

voytechj
2022-06-26 16:17:24

Dot in 4-way connection can disappear when schematic is scaled down. Printed schematic in paper after n-photocopy can dissolve dot connection as well, so it is safe not to use that type of connection.

TORMY VAN COOL
2022-06-19 16:56:39

Happily I see I'm not the only one to work in this way. Somebody made me feel guilty to be down at this level of clarity saying "less is enough. Don't waste yor time". Thank you for this video.

SUDHEER KUMAR
2022-06-18 19:33:49

Very very good

Muhammad Saif Ul Islam
2022-06-18 01:33:11

Very useful tips

t1d100
2022-06-15 23:39:14

Good info. Thank you.

安笑生
2022-06-15 22:36:59

Great tips. They are really good practices in design.
Unconnected crossing is very useful, especially when you try to print it. Colour highlight of wire is a neat solution to determine the signal groups. I do not know why KiCad does not support those features while I think there must be plugins achieving those.

Maxime Santerre
2022-06-15 21:46:07

Would you be open to also making a course on advanced PCB design (FPGA, ARM chips) using KiCAD? I don't have Altium since it's too pricey for hobbyists, but I'm super interested in designing PCBs that can support higher-powered chips for AI at the edge.

Abdurrahman Yaman
2022-06-15 14:12:32

You are ungrateful, they put those labels sideways because they want you to exercise your neck.

David Hildebrandt
2022-06-15 13:11:10

Hey Phil, thanks for the very informative video. I have one question though: When using subschematics as much as you do I find it way less practical to use the net highlighting tool to check, if every connection is correct or if I made any mistakes. What is your procedure to check if your connections are correct, besides the ERC?

Alex Almeida
2022-06-15 12:59:02

You mentioned in another video you may release another course. Do you have a time frame?

James Hoey
2022-06-15 12:37:34

Great video Phil. I'm more excited to see the zettDSP than these tips and tricks though!
What's the plan for the hardware? open source or closed?
I've always wanted to build an audio analyser.
Cheers,

theonlyari
2022-06-15 12:12:35

It seems that eval boards often have some of the absolute worst schematics in the universe. I dont know why. Also, i wish Altium would make it easier to change the colors of schematics. The default template is absolutely atrocious. Im not sure which is worse, Yellow/Maroon components, yellow and bright green block diagrams, or the Times New Roman font which makes me feel like i am reading a questionable Chinese website. I realize these can all be changed, but its extremely labor (spelled correctly) intensive.

Dan Collins
2022-06-15 11:18:51

Very much support Phil's comment around showing calcs for analogue electronics values - makes a peer review much easier, and helps later on when revisiting the project

BLOitouP
2022-06-15 05:28:48

Great Video! I will definitely will be using the guidelines with my current project. Would you be willing to make a video on how you deal with Schlib's, Pcblib's and integrated libraries? It would be also great to know how you source part libraries and work effectively with them.

Khaled Mustafa
2022-06-15 03:58:01

Top-notch quality content.
Thank you.

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