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dikkombe:
hello my name is dikkombe and study electronics and have difficulty reading schemes diagrams

Simon:
and what do you want us to do about it ?  ;)

deephaven:

--- Quote from: dikkombe on October 30, 2011, 09:02:14 pm ---hello my name is dikkombe and study electronics and have difficulty reading schemes diagrams

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Hi dikkombe and welcome to the forum! Could you post a picture of the schematic you're having trouble with and point out the parts that need explanation.

Simon:
if it is a large schematic you need to firstly break a schematic into blocks, depending on how much you know about electronics you may or may not know of many basic blocks that are used that have a function in themselves and do something for the overall circuit, so effectively you break the schematic into a block diagram. Hopefully you then know what each block is doing so you can understand the circuit at a block level and component level as well as functional

Chet T16:
Related to this, on schematics i've seen some connections to ICs have a small circle on them.

From my experience with logic circuits i would say this inverts the signal but not sure what it means in a circuit scematic

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