RLN4460 Schematic now available

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kc7gr
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RLN4460 Schematic now available

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I've had many requests for the schematic I generated of the RLN4460B/C test set. Enough, in fact, that I've moved the file to the 'public' section of my FTP site.

ftp.bluefeathertech.com

Anonymous logins are fine.

The file path is: electronics/testgear/Motorola/rln4460b-c

Please note: The path is case-sensitive. With that in mind, I'll try posting a direct link as well to save people some typing.

ftp://ftp.bluefeathertech.com/electroni ... 460b-c.pdf

No matter what PDF reader you use, you may need to try a zoom setting of 150-200% for best legibility.

Happy tweaking.
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Will
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Re: RLN4460 Schematic now available

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What do you use to draw your schematics?
kc7gr
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Re: RLN4460 Schematic now available

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Any one of several different packages, depending on the purpose of the schematic itself. In this particular case, I drew it with Protel 99, many moons ago, and then converted it to PDF with some PDF-to-graphic file tools.

These days, I use Altium Designer or CircuitMaker if I'm serious about turning a diagram into a working PC board. If I'm just messing around for illustrative purposes, I'll use ExpressSCH or even Visio (if the drawing's not too complicated).

OH -- BTW, General announcement. I implemented some changes to my DNS servers this afternoon which will affect access to the FTP system. If the link doesn't happen to work for you at any given instant it may mean your local DNS systems haven't gotten the update. Try again at, say, half-hour intervals.

Worst case, if you just can't get to it no-how-no-way, drop me a PM with an E-mail address, and I'll send it your way.

Happy tweaking.
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