If you are using a breadboard you plug the components into available points then use jumper links to connect to the desired locations. This works OK for DC systems and low frequencies but if working at RF/VHF/UHF you need extra care due to capacitance and inductance introduced by the links.
When I transplant to the printed circuit board I get from RadioShack. There isn't enough holes in a row but there are single holes all over. How do I connect those singles to the rows? I see they have Bare Paint and I was thinking of using that to connect a hole to a row.How do you go about solving that problem?
Oooh, so put a leg of two components in the same hole on the circuit board and/or attach holes via legs.
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