The schematic I am "capturing" are based on public domain circuits for
audio processing modules in a modular analog synthesizer. There are some
standard power connection schemes which I intend to follow consisting of
+/- 15 Vdc and ground. Typically, the +/- supplies go through a ferrite
bead and a couple of filtering capacitors before hitting the PCB's power
What is the best way to make a power net for the PCB components bcause it
is separated from the power input jack by the ferrite bead? If I connect
the connector pins to the supply +15 and -15 nets, I can't use them on the
PCB. So, what is the best net to use to PCB components to the other side of
the ferrite beads? Should use one of the other available supply nets or
make a unique power net?
I have played with different ways to do it, and they seem to work, but as
I'm new at this capture stuff, I'd like to know if there are standard or
preferred ways to accomplish this.
This image kind of shows what I mean.
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