[En-Nut-Discussion] [Ethernut 1.3] Eagle board file: 4 layers or 2?

John Day johnday at wordsnimages.com
Mon Jan 29 05:23:21 CET 2007

At 02:41 PM 1/28/2007, you wrote:

>Sorry for the following newbie question:
>I got the Eagle 4.11 schematic and board file of Ethernut 1.3 Rev-H. I saw
>on the ethernut website that Ethernut 1.3 board is a 4-layer board. In the
>eagle board file, I only see two layers: top and bottom. Are two others
>layers: Layer2 and Ground? There are just polygon on these layers...
>Here are PCBs I have exported. Could you tell me if it's ok, please?

Eagle has a 2 layer limit and one schematic sheet limit fo rthe free version:
    * The useable board area is limited to 100 x 80 mm (4 x 3.2 inches).
    * Only two signal layers can be used (Top and Bottom).
    * The schematic editor can only create one sheet.

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