Electronics Design

The Ultimate Guide — How to Develop a New Electronic Hardware Product

https://blog.hackster.io/the-ultimate-guide-how-to-develop-a-new-electronic-hardware-product-6ec4c48a380f#.h8h5rk2r9 So you want to develop a new electronic hardware product? If so, you’re in the right place. Let me start with the good news — it’s possible! This is true regardless of your technical level and you don’t have to be an engineer to develop a new product (although it certainly helps).

Introduction to Developing a New Wireless Product

https://blog.hackster.io/introduction-to-developing-a-new-wireless-product-bf0a6c5b51a4#.esxyeyiei There are two routes to incorporating wireless functionality into a custom PCB design: a self-contained module, or a chip design. In almost all cases, it’s best to start off with a module solution. Wireless functions can be one of the trickiest types of circuits to design so modules are very commonly used.

Stick to the schematic | EDN

http://www.edn.com/electronics-blogs/tales-from-the-cube/4327012/Stick-to-the-schematic?_mc=sm_edn&hootPostID=f8a02d5d2d8a2361a5acbc3aa83412e8 Nice story on debugging RF circuit… “I could get any manner of triangle distortion or offset depending on where I touched. A finger presents an impedance of approximately 100 pF in series with approximately 100Ω to ground, and this condition loads and modifies oscillations”