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  1. Hello, I am looking for a working Eagle library for the CC1310F64RHBT. I am not experienced with creating .lbr files for Eagle, but after some googling I have produced a rough one which is based on a conversion from the Ultra Librarian .bxl format. If anyone has a working library that they already use, it would be super helpful if they could share it with me. Taking a look at the library attached below which I have produced and confirming that the SMD footprint will work would be super helpful. Thanks, Cameron CC1310F64RHB.lbr
  2. Tiva Eagle Library All TM4C123xxxPM and TM4C129xxxPDT parts are now included. Two parts now, will add remaining 3 123xxxPM's in few days ( TM4C123[0,2,A]xxPM, TM4C123[6,F]xxPM, and TM4C123[7,G]xxPM ) Just one part for now, TM4C123[1,3,B]xxPM (for example TM4C1231C3PM) Content: TM4C123[0,2,A]xxPM - 64 pin LQFP package - PM (S-PQFP-G64) TM4C123[1,3,B]xxPM - 64 pin LQFP package - PM (S-PQFP-G64) TM4C123[6,F]xxPM - 64 pin LQFP package - PM (S-PQFP-G64) TM4C123[7,G]xxPM - 64 pin LQFP package - PM (S-PQFP-G64) TM4C129xxxPDT - 128 pin TQFP package - PDT (S-PQFP-G128) ti-tiva.lbr (updated 4/25/14)
  3. Attached is my Eagle Library for the Stellaris LaunchPad. It's my first attempt at creating an Eagle library so any advice would be gratefully received, but go easy on me! It was created in Eagle 6.2 so may not be compatible with earlier versions. It's heavily based on Gordon's MSP430 booster pack library from 43oh - http://forum.43oh.co...gle-footprints/ I intend to use to for mounting the launchpad on a larger PCB using the female header on the bottom but it should be OK for booster packs too. I've not used it on a board yet so there's a reasonable chance I've made a mistake somewhere and not noticed yet. Please check thoroughly before using it. StellarisLaunchPad_Fred.lbr
  4. Hi! Is there a reference design for board using LM4F120H5QR in case I want to create a custom board based on this chip? (Stellaris Launchpad is quite big for my project). Ideally in Eagle format. Or at least is there a library that contains LM4F120H5QR part so I can create such reference design?
  5. Hi everyone, I am in the process of evaluating which tool might be more suitable for the design of relatively simple boards. From the alternatives that I found, diptrace and eagle seem to be the top contenders. These are clearly tools not intended for complex jobs, although they can get the thing done for a fraction of the cost of more capable tools. I think eagle has a cumbersome way of defining the coverage of vias with soldermask. The management of component libraries would be better if eagle had an automated way of updating a landpattern accross all libraries that make use of it. We can't mirror the view of the PCB, so that we could see the bottom from below (instead of seing text right-to-left) I whish eagle had a way to design a track ending that could gradualy decrease width up to the point it reaches the pad with the pad's own width (thus not covering 3 pads at once :] Eagle's user interface is well.... a world of its own. It has a steep learning curve, but, once we get the hang of it, it can be used efficiently, specially if we use the command line interface These are my rants on eagle, or at least what I can remember now. I tried diptrace (by trying I mean install and run if for the first time :grin: ) and noticed the following: The library and part chooser in the schematic editor are well... ugly and hardly useable. Some of the dialogues remind me of windows 3.1 (yup, that's right). And so I gave up exploring diptrace beyond that point. I don't care much about builtin component libraries, as I tend to build my own when I need something new for a design. Whats are your main criticisms about eagle and/or diptrace? This is not intended to start a flame war or any kind of inflated/passionate standpoints. I'd just like to know what are generally known weak points of each tool so that me, and others, know what to count with, when adopting one or the other. Thanks! -- to