The electronic development phase of a device is a group of stages carried out to obtain a product that meets the required specifications.

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The most characteristic stages of any electronic device development are: defining the equipment specifications, designing the different electronic circuits that the device will need (power supply circuits, control circuits, power circuits, signal filtering circuits, oscillator circuits, isolation circuits between the power circuits and the signal circuits, analog signal conditioning circuits, amplifier circuits, coder or decoder circuits, etc.), calculating the characteristics of the components of each circuit, simulating the operation of the electronic circuits of the apparatus, testing the different circuits individually, developing the prototype of the product and, lastly, manufacturing the final product.

The stages of testing development and prototyping of electronic circuits are one of the key steps in the design or redesign of electronic circuits.

In the past, these tests were carried out by assembling and soldering the components on a blank PCB, but thanks to the standardization of the components, together with the emergence of the breadboard or protoboard, prototypes of circuits can be made without soldering, which has greatly facilitated the construction of the circuits to be tested.

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