git clone https://git.elephly.net/hardware/stick-preamp

do not attenuate tuner output at all

rekadoSat Apr 18 19:01:57+0200 2015


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What is this?

This is a dual channel preamp in the making. I intend to use it with my Chapman Stick.

You will need the gEDA programs to view and edit these files. The PCB editor is required to edit the board.

Updating the board

After changing any of the schematics, the board should be updated in the gschem directory with gsch2pcb.

gsch2pcb -d ~/.guix-profile/share/pcb/pcblib-newlib/geda/ project

This will place any new components in a file board.new.pcb and generate a new netlist file board.net. The new components and the netlist file can then be loaded into PCB from the File menu.