[hackspacebristol] Any way to test schematic designs?

Tim Hutt tdhutt at gmail.com
Tue Sep 2 18:12:32 UTC 2014


Another option: make a breadboard prototype. You can get breakout boards
for smd chips from various places and hand soldering down to 0.5 mm pitch
is surprisingly easy.

LTspice is probably the easiest simulation tool to use (that I've found),
but it's probably not that useful for this case.
On 2 Sep 2014 13:12, "MrPiWorld ." <mrpi321 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello.
> Is there any way to test, or to make sure that there are no fatal errors,
> a schematic before sending it off to a company to make it? I am making an
> AT91SAM9G25 development board.
> Thanks,
> Joe Glancy
>
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