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Need help .......... PLEASE

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seadolphine2000

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I need your help, I'm new in layout design and I need this circuit as soon as possible SO,.. Could anyone do me a great favor and make the layout for me.??? :cry:

Thannks very very much to all of you.

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* IC1 is a surface mount chip.
* IC3 is only a socket with 28 Pins.
* X1 is a COAXIAL connector.
* IC2 voltage regualtor.

Thanks again to all of you. :)
 

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Hi,

What are the package dimentions of X1 & G1. Send those & I'll try to send you layout in a couple of days.
 

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centiago,

Thanks very much for your offer, I really appreciate it.

Here you are 5 files, the 1st 2 are for the packaging and the 3rd is for the schematic itself. You can open the schematic in "Eagle".
The 4th is for the ADC0820 chip and finally the 5th is for the IC3.

Thanks again. :D

Note: For the socket, here you are the dimensions.
1- spacing between each pin in 2.5mm
2- spacing between the 2 rows is 1.6cm
3- the black rectangle is 4cm X 1.8cm

Thanks again very much.
 

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Next time when you post a message, can you be more specific in the subject in stead of 'Need help'? In this way you can save lots of time for the viewers..
 

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