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electronic engineer Nov23-05 08:04 AM

study electronic engineering
 
Hello all! I study electronic engineering, i want really to be an active memeber at this forum, but how could i get a benefit of this forum!

If I wanted to ask about PCB or attach an eagle layout file for some correcting or for take advise from some memebers, would that be possible?!

anyway, thanks in advance!

berkeman Nov23-05 09:33 AM

Welcome to PF, EE. If I understand your question correctly, yes, we'd be happy to help with your questions. Please keep in mind two things. First, if it is a homework question, that should be posted in the homework forums on PF. And as for posting Eagle layout files, it's best to choose a file format that everybody can read, like a PDF or a Word document. You can get a free PDF writer from PrimoPDF.com, for example, or you can use the Copy-Paste technique to paste a copy of your layout drawing into Word.

electronic engineer Nov23-05 10:28 AM

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Quote by berkeman
Welcome to PF, EE. If I understand your question correctly, yes, we'd be happy to help with your questions. Please keep in mind two things. First, if it is a homework question, that should be posted in the homework forums on PF. And as for posting Eagle layout files, it's best to choose a file format that everybody can read, like a PDF or a Word document. You can get a free PDF writer from PrimoPDF.com, for example, or you can use the Copy-Paste technique to paste a copy of your layout drawing into Word.

thanks for your reply! what did you mean by PF and EE?

I might send eagle layout files as JPG or PNG extensions, if that's possible!

Another question please , Are the members at this forum engineers or high level education or just have some experiences...


thanks a lot, best regarads!

electronic engineer.

berkeman Nov23-05 12:05 PM

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thanks for your reply! what did you mean by PF and EE?

LOL. PF is short for Physics Forums (this website), and EE is short for electrical engineer (your chosen handle in these forums). And AFAIK (as far as I know), there is a broad mix of experience among the folks that visit this forum. Everything from high school kids who are interested in electronics, to working EEs like myself, to PhD's in EE and Physics who browse the forums. This is a fun place to learn and contribute.


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