Ever needed the schematic for a PCB you didn’t design? Maybe you’re trying to repair it, modify it, or just understand how it works. However, you can’t find a service manual or even just a blurry photocopy of a schematic. In this workshop, you get to learn some techniques for reverse engineering 2-layer PCBs.
Instructor: Eric Schlaepfer
Eric is a hardware hacker, cathode ray tube aficionado, and vintage computer enthusiast. He enjoys both forward and reverse engineering. He is well known for his MOnSter 6502, which is a gigantic PCB version of the 6502 microprocessor made out of individual transistors, as well as several other projects including the Snark Barker, a clone of the original Sound Blaster sound card.