From: Abd ulRahman Lomax <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Most stubs can be classified into two kinds: stubs which terminate at a
pad
> and stubs which do not. The latter could fairly easily be found by
> analyzing spreadsheet data from a PCB; essentially one would be looking
for
> a track which has an endpoint which does not coincide with any other
> endpoint on the same layer, nor does it coincide with a via or pad.

How would one generate a useful spreadsheet for this purpose?


Thanks
John W. Childers

> >On a revision of a board, unwanted antennas can remain and must be found
> >and removed.  These are tracks that branch out from a net, but don't
> >terminate on a pad, and can generate noise as electromagnetic waves, much
> >like an antenna on a radio.
> >


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