[time-nuts] Advice on 10 MHz isolation/distribution (Clay)
peterawson at earthlink.net
Sat Feb 20 21:50:51 UTC 2010
I'm not sure what the "leadless" package looks like, so I'll check it out.
The only older leadless packages I can't deal with are BGA and the
leadless ceramic chip carrier. Would you send me a complete P/N
to be sure I'm looking at the right thing?
This would still be a very useful accessory, even if the reverse
isolation results were down to 60dB.
On Feb 20, 2010, at 12:46 PM, life speed wrote:
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> I would really like to have a copy of your test board for this effort.
> I'm sure it will be a challenging layout. But it could be a very handy
> piece of hardware. Supporting a PCA order would easy to do.
> Pete Rawson
> I always buy more than one PCB, 5 - 6 don't cost any more than 1. Unfortunately, I don't think my favorite prototype shop (PCB123) will be suitable for a layout with voids in the ground plane (reduce parasitic C) under the opamp and R4003C on the top layer, so I will have to do a 'real' PCB. I was also planning on using the leadless version of the part, which could be challenging for home assembly.
> Everything is leadless these days. Gives me fits sometimes. I just went through a nightmarish experience with a leadless ARM7 processor that needed some wires added. I replaced it with a leaded part at a cost of 2 mm PCB area . . . but I digress.
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