How can I verify if my schematic is correct?
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Reviewing your schematic can seem like a daunting task, sometimes you may not know where to start because parts for different serial standards have various rules that you should follow. While it is always possible to request a schematic review on the E2E forum, there are other things you may do to ensure that your design is up to par. Remember that the methods here apply to most devices, in this FAQ TUSB211 will be used an example.
Note: E2E is a public forum, please do not post any proprietary information that contains important company info. Instead feel free to start a thread and ask about how you can send us your schematic for review through the proper channels.
What can we do in the scenario that there is not a schematic checklist available for the part you are working with in specific?
What if you have questions about the schematic?
Lastly and most importantly do not forget that you are always free to request that your schematic be reviewed, so if there are ever any doubts or questions feel free to post it and have a professional verify it. Please remember not to post any proprietary information on E2E since it is a public forum, instead just ask how you can send us your schematic through the proper and secure channels.
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