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Browsing the net, I came across this link: http://www.opencircuits.com/Techniques, which contains a really nice and cear illustration how to handle separate analog/digital ground planes on a PCB.
There's a lot of other nice tips too, and don't forget to follow the links to the external docs, especially the Powerpoint presentation from Mississippi State Uni.
There's a LOT of great stuff for PCB design here.

And when you're done with that, step back up in the Wiki-hierachy and find tons of information about components, footprints e.t.c.

If you think you already know all this, do help improve on the site by supplying YOUR knowledge to this great resource.

/Jesper
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The quick black AVR jumped over the lazy PIC.
What boots up, must come down.

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Yes Jesper it is a good web side. a lot of interesting information and usefull
Thank you!!!
Thierry

Thierry Pottier

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Excelent contribution Jesper!!

Actually, just ended a schematic, now I have a lot of information to make a good PCB layout!

Thanks Jesper!

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Thats an excellent collection. I've done a fair amount of layout and its always a struggle to figure out drill sizes, trace widths & spacing, edge setbacks, copper weights, and such. While some of these are vendor-specific, its nice to have a place where you can "just look it up".

Jim

 

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A reference to that site belongs in the schematic/pcb sticky so it doesn't get lost.

Rick