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    FM-3 Motherboard

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    denny9167

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    FM-3 Motherboard

    Post by denny9167 on Wed Jan 16, 2013 9:32 pm

    Here is an image of what the FM-3 motherboard would look like. You'll notice that all 7-pin sockets in place,I made a mistake when I was editing the 9-pin,it changed all of them. You'll notice the DIP switches in place.

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    Bob Latino
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    Re: FM-3 Motherboard

    Post by Bob Latino on Wed Jan 16, 2013 9:49 pm

    Hi Denny,

    The mock up photo of your FM-3 board looks really good. When you get your first actual board made up post a photo of it on this thread. Having a single board like that with a single ground plane is much better idea than Dynaco's three separate boards.

    Bob

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    Re: FM-3 Motherboard

    Post by denny9167 on Thu Jan 17, 2013 5:01 pm

    Bob Latino wrote:Hi Denny,

    The mock up photo of your FM-3 board looks really good. When you get your first actual board made up post a photo of it on this thread. Having a single board like that with a single ground plane is much better idea than Dynaco's three separate boards.

    Bob

    Bob,

    Will do,
    and yes a single ground will work really well, cleaning up some of the residual noise and help
    Some on the RF side. Thanks again

    Denny

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