We are developing a component test system and need to evaluate flicker noise. Having discovered T.I. Precision Labs 0.1Hz to 10Hz filter design, I am attempting to fabricate and populate the circuit board. This circuit board is not sold by T.I., however, schematics and Gerber files are made available. One drawback - the drill file is not of a format that is useful. This is preventing me from ordering PCB's. Has anyone else attempted to recreate this PCB board or know how to obtain a valid drill file? The document/app note is slau522.pdf, the schematic, BOM and gerber files are in slac592a.
Art Kay, your name is on the app note, can you help with this????
It looks like you have posted this question in two separate places. I have already responded to your first post here and I will now merge the two forum threads.
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