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Today’s show is sponsored by Rohde & Schwarz. We hear in the ad today from James Lewis (@baldengineer) about how to use an oscilloscope and how probe capacitance can affect measurements. For more information about the scope discussed today, check out AskAnEngineer.us.
- Seth Hillbrand did a KiCad stream working on Medtronic’s ventilator files.
- Will be interesting to see how the license for the released files changes once the pandemic is over.
- FormLabs SLA printer
- Spreadsheet of every project
- Dave did a repair video after an inductor blew in a found laptop
- Kits for parts, parts drawers
- Alvaro (past guest, remote correspondent and co-host of the Unnamed Reverse Engineering Podcast) uses PartsBox.io and a barcode scanner to set up a home inventory system for electronic components.
- Dave considered buying the inventory of an electronics hobbyist.
- IPC standard pad sizes
- Density heat map
- Members of The Amp Hour Patreon now get access to an exclusive Discord server. We’re looking for other ways we can give back to our Patrons.
- 3H meetups are going virtual as well. Have you always wanted to join a 3H? There is one a Chicago meetup coming up on Tuesday April 14th. Join the 3H discord if you’d like to connect any time.
- The Myth of the 3 Capacitor Values
- Eric Bogatin on the show
- Application notes for FPGAs
- Eric’s Rules of Thumb articles
- We were asking some questions posed from our Patrons on Discord
- Microcap is free now
- Mike Engelhardt on the show
- After listening to our episode with John Day, an apps engineer was asking if there were other practical app notes that don’t exist and should be made.
- TI AN-1148
- Keithley Low level measurement handbook
- Microchip app note about LCDs