Graphics vs. Schematics

Subject: Graphics vs. Schematics
From: Steve Ortiz <Steveo -at- MICROWAVENETWORKS -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 17 Feb 1998 09:51:23 -0600

Monday Christine Lienhart asked how to fix a messy rear panel hookup =
illustration, and wonders if photos would work.

Schematics illustrate function of a connection and must be in correct
scale and proportion.

Photos work if you have high resolution output devices.

An assembly drawing works to illustrate connector location.
Check with drafting for a rear-panel assembly drawing with silk-screens.

Unless there are very few connections my customers expect a wire list -
a table that lists pin-to-pin or point-to-point connections.

Steve Ortiz
Manager, Technical Publications
California Microwave, Inc.

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