One board is about 25 mm x 24 mm with three ICs, seven passives, four connectors, one “pad-only” connector, and one screw hole. It’s mostly routed using two layers, but routing is NOT my forte. Some connector locations are fixed by the mating component.
The other board has a known schematic and I’ve started the layout but that’s all (no routing done). It would likely end up being about 32 mm x 20 mm. It has three ICs, eight passives, four FETs, three connectors, one “pad-only” connector. This board no mounting holes. One of the ICs (LTM8040) is a PGA with 77 potential pins (66 actual) but many are common so there are ‘only’ nine (9) distinct signals. The connectors can be moved but must stay on the back of the board with the wire entries facing outward.
All components not in the KiCAD 6.05 libraries have footprints and 3D models. These are KiCAD v6 (.0.5) projects. Two layers are preferred, but four is acceptable.
Completion before September 2022 is desired.
Please PM me for details if you have any interest in either or both.
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