PCB and Circuit Designing Course Training

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PCB (Printed Circuit Board) is a thin board of fibreglass or laminated material in which self-contained interconnected electronic components are found. It electrically connects and mechanically supports all the electrical components. It is done by using conductive tracks or through the laminated copper sheets.

About the Course

This course introduce students to the process, tools and methodology of the PCB layout design. During the course students will develop basic skills in the use of modern PCB layout design software and techniques. Schematics, printed circuit board layouts, symbols, and wiring diagrams will be produced on PC workstation; terminology and the manufacturing process of printed circuit boards will be covered.

Course Duration

Duration of this course is 4 weeks with classes being held 2 sessions per week. In some cases 2 session are combined into one for convenience of students. Training per weeks consists of about 3 hours instructor-led training combined with self-practice for a total of about 6-7 hours per week. Tuition fee for the course is about Rs.4500 and includes:
  • 1. 4-5 weeks of instructor-led class room, or online, and hands-on training
  • 2. Extensive class notes
  • 3. Certifications

By the end of the training, you will inculcate the following skills:

  • Identify how to select the components for the circuit design
  • Understand circuit design process and different machines used for designing
  • Differentiate between different types of PCB
  • Detailed knowledge about Schematic
  • Design, place items, edit the layout and also troubleshoot errors there
  • Etching process for final PCB
  • Hands-on CAD software’s for PCB

Prerequisites

The candidates with strong concepts in electronics and familiarity with PCB design concept and terminology are ideal participants for this course.

Curriculum

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    Conception Level Introduction
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    Specifying Parts
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    Packages and Pin Names
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    Placing Parts
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    Adding Text
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    Plot and Drill Files
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    PCB Layout
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    Layer List and Select
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    Planning and Zooming
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    PCB Elements
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    Logic Import
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    Design Rules and Component Placement
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    Net Listing/Logic import from schematic to PCB
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    Component Placement
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    Post Processing and Manufacturing Output Assigning specific text(silkscreen) to design creating report of design
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    Creating manufacturing data (GERBER) for design
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    Plotting of layout design for home production
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    Creating PDF documentation of design
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    Board Outline
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    Parts Anatomy of a Part
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    Editing Parts
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    Reference Designator
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    Mounting Holes
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    Mounting Traces
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    Swapping Pins
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    Importing Net List
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    Copping Areas
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    Solder Mask Cutouts
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    Design Rules Checking
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    Exporting Drill and Gerber Files
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    Drills
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    Footprints and Libraries Adding and Editing Pins
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    Schematic Diagram
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    Creating the Project
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    Drawing the Board Outline
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    Adding Mounting Holes
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    Placing Parts
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    Adding Parts and Editing Nets
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    Adding Copper Areas
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    Checking Design Rules
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    Fabrication Process and Methodology
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    Key factor for routing power pack (VCC & GND)
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    Reducing Crosstalk Effect
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    Reducing EMI effect
  • Circuit Design by Flasher Light

Details of the Course