Now that you’re reading I’ll give a bit more information.
I have built a simple clock using an MSF60KHz receiver and Arduino. The breadboard has been working for a long time and it’s time to turn it into a stand alone PCB. The end goal is a stand alone clock that can be plugged into a usb port / phone charger that uses a dangerous prototype board and (sick of beige) case using through hole components and an atmega 328 microcontroller (barebones arduino).
I have designed a PCB using Eagle and am about ready to unleash it into the world, but, before everyone comes knocking the design needs checking. The hardware design needs fully checking before it is ok to start spending money. The software is a minor tweak of currently available software so all I have done is design the PCB.
If anyone with skills in checking designs fancies giving me a hand then please let me know via this forum.
project details are on my website but perhaps I need a few posts before it’ll let them through