CadSoft and Premier Farnell announced recently the start of the EAGLE Design Challenge, which will run until August 31, 2012. Design engineers can submit design projects for a shot at winning prizes with an overall value of around $7,000.
The competition is powered by Microchip and hosted on element14. Circuit Cellar acting as media partner.
To participate, applicants must ensure that all designs use EAGLE Version 6 and that a Microchip MCU or DSC will be integrated in the design.
After registering at element14, you can submit a screenshot of your layout and add a project description on the competition page.
If you don’t have an EAGLE license and want to participate in the contest, you can download a free 30-days trial version at www.element14.com/eagle-freemium.
The competition will feature peer voting from the element14 community. Community members “like” entries and submit comments.
A panel of judges—consisting of CadSoft, Premier Farnell and Microchip representatives along with independent EAGLE expert Prof. Dr. Francesco Volpe from the University of Applied Sciences in Aschaffenburg—will pick the winners based on the “likes” and comments from community members. According to the rules, “judging criteria include clarity in description of the submission, its electronic concept, design complexity, design quality, and functionality.”
1. DELL Alienware M17x r3 + EAGLE version 6 Professional incl. all three modules.
2. MICROCHIP DV164037 Kit, Eval, ICD3 w/ Explorer-16 & DM163022-1 8-Bit development board + EAGLE Version 6 Professional incl. all three modules.
3. EAGLE Version 6 Standard incl. all three modules.
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