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  • You will learn Basic Electronics Theory, Circuit Design and Analysis, Basics of Printed Circuit Board, Electronic Components and Instruments. Study notes given.
  • You will work on Printed Circuit Board Layout Design such as Schematic creation, Library Creation: Electronic Symbol and Package (Footprint Creation) Designing.
  • Switching schematic to Board Design (Netlist Creation), Thorough knowledge on Constraint Management Settings, Board Shape Creation (DXF import included) & DRC.
  • Work on Single sided Board Design, Double sided Board Design, Via creation and application. Routing on Top and Bottom Layer includes enough practice modules.
  • Plan Creation of Power and Ground. Also Split Plan Creation. Design Rule Checking and DRC updates. Work on Artwork. Setting up all required film layer setups.

PCB Design and electronics circuit are basements for all type of electronics products. PCBs are derived from the analog and digital circuits which are prepared according to the application required. Printed circuit boards are the main pillars of the Electronics world. Every Electronics products has PCB inside it, from consumer gadgets like computers, smart phones and gaming consoles to industry and even high-tech products.

 

Required eligibility:

· Diploma in Electrical or Electronics & Communication.

· BE/BTech. in Electrical or Electronics & Communication.

· BSc/MSc in Electronics & Communication.

· ME/MTech. (E&CE) in Communication.

 

PCB Design Course Content is given below in brief:

Schematic Design:

· Basic Electronics theory.

· Basics of Circuit designing.

· Schematic design preparation.

· Schematic part editing and creation.

· Net list and Net class creation.

· Bill Of Material generation (BOM).

· Electrical Rule Checking.

Footprint Creation:

· Through hole footprint creation.

· Surface Mount Device footprint creation.

· BGA/PGA footprint creation.

Board Designing:

· Board size and shape creation.

· Component placements.

· PCB Routing: Multi-Layer routing.

· Plane creation.

· Design rule checking.

· Gerber generation.

 

Skills you gain after the course completion:

· Basic Electronics and Electronic components expertise.

· Circuit Designing (Power management circuit designing)

· Circuit Simulation for best understanding of the subject.

· Tools/Software Expertise.

· Basic design module practice up to 2-Layers.

· Advanced design module practice up to 6-Layers.

· Design expertise:

   o Assignments consists single and double sided PCB.

   o Assignments consists 2-Layers to 6-Layers design.

· Library Module:

     o Symbol and Footprint design for all types of packages.

· Placements & Routing techniques.

· Gerber Creating.

 

Benefits of choosing PCB Design Course:

· Strong hold in basic electronics.

· Circuit Design capability.

· Circuit analysis & ERC.

· Components knowledge.

· Power Supply designing.

· PCB-CAD tool expertise.

· Expert in library creation.

· Multi-layer PCB designing.

· Gerber Creation.

  • Basic Electronics knowledge, BSc(Electronics), Diploma (Electronics or Electrical), BE (Electronics or Electrical), Master degree in Electronics and Electrical.
  • If you are working in PCB Manufacturing and Assembly unit, PCB Design course will be an added skillset to your career profile.
  • If you own PCB printing, assembly and component soldering unit, you can learn PCB Design and can extend your business unit towards service sector.
  • If you have passion on Electronics subject, you can enroll this course and convert your passion into career.
  • Diploma in Electronics and Communication, Diploma in Electronics and Electrical and Diploma in Electrical.
  • Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics and Communication, Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical and Electronics.
  • BSc in Electronics, MSc in Electronics, MS in Electronics and Post graduate in Electronics and communication.
  • Hardware designers, PCB manufacturer, Electronic Components engineer, PCB design and developers.
  • Circuit designers, Embedded engineers and Beginners interested in development of PCB
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  • Section 1 : Introducing OrCAD/Allegro of Cadence software 15 Lectures 01:35:39

    • Lecture 1 :
    • Lecture 2 :
    • Things We Learn Here...
    • Lecture 3 :
    • OrCAD Environment and Initialize new project Part 1
    • Lecture 4 :
    • OrCAD Environment and Initialize new project Part 2
    • Lecture 5 :
    • OrCAD Capture - Schematic Page Property
    • Lecture 6 :
    • Working with Colors and Grid Display Part 1
    • Lecture 7 :
    • Pan and Zoom Settings in OrCAD
    • Lecture 8 :
    • Working with Colors and Grid Display Part 2
    • Lecture 9 :
    • Selection Area Pre-Settings
    • Lecture 10 :
    • Line and Shape Properties in OrCAD
    • Lecture 11 :
    • Working with Colors and Grid Display Part 3
    • Lecture 12 :
    • Design Templates in OrCAD
    • Lecture 13 :
    • Auto Back Ups in Capture
    • Lecture 14 :
    • Working with Windows Cascade Tiling and Session logs
    • Lecture 15 :
    • Accessories of Cadence Utilities
  • Section 2 : Electronic Symbol Library Creation : IEEE Standard 25 Lectures 03:26:12

    • Lecture 1 :
    • Introduction to Electronic Symbol Library
    • Lecture 2 :
    • How to Make IEEE Standard Electronic Symbols Part 1
    • Lecture 3 :
    • How to Make IEEE Standard Electronic Symbols Part 2
    • Lecture 4 :
    • How to Make IEEE Standard Electronic Symbols Part 3
    • Lecture 5 :
    • How to Make IEEE Standard Electronic Symbols Part 4
    • Lecture 6 :
    • How to Make IEEE Standard Electronic Symbols Part 5
    • Lecture 7 :
    • How to Make IEEE Standard Electronic Symbols Part 6
    • Lecture 8 :
    • How to Make IEEE Standard Electronic Symbols Part 7
    • Lecture 9 :
    • How to Make IEEE Standard Electronic Symbols Part 8
    • Lecture 10 :
    • How to Make IEEE Standard Electronic Symbols Part 9
    • Lecture 11 :
    • How to Make IEEE Standard Electronic Symbols Part 10
    • Lecture 12 :
    • How to Make IEEE Standard Electronic Symbols Part 11
    • Lecture 13 :
    • How to Make IEEE Standard Electronic Symbols Part 12
    • Lecture 14 :
    • How to Make IEEE Standard Electronic Symbols Part 13
    • Lecture 15 :
    • How to Make IEEE Standard Electronic Symbols Part 14
    • Lecture 16 :
    • Symbol Creation of ICs using Spread Sheet and Regular Methods Part 1
    • Lecture 17 :
    • Symbol Creation of ICs using Spread Sheet and Regular Methods Part 2
    • Lecture 18 :
    • Symbol Creation of ICs using Spread Sheet and Regular Methods Part 3
    • Lecture 19 :
    • Symbol Creation of ICs using Spread Sheet and Regular Methods Part 4
    • Lecture 20 :
    • Symbol Creation of ICs using Spread Sheet and Regular Methods Part 5
    • Lecture 21 :
    • What are Heterogeneous Symbol Creation and How to Make it Part 1
    • Lecture 22 :
    • What are Heterogeneous Symbol Creation and How to Make it Part 2
    • Lecture 23 :
    • What are Heterogeneous Symbol Creation and How to Make it Part 3
    • Lecture 24 :
    • What are Heterogeneous Symbol Creation and How to Make it Part 4
    • Lecture 25 :
    • What are Heterogeneous Symbol Creation and How to Make it Part 5
  • Section 3 : An Introduction to Schematic Creation: OrCAD Capture 23 Lectures 02:41:04

    • Lecture 1 :
    • Lets Begin New Project Schematic Preparation Part 1
    • Lecture 2 :
    • Lets Begin New Project Schematic Preparation Part 2
    • Lecture 3 :
    • Lets Begin New Project Schematic Preparation Part 3
    • Lecture 4 :
    • Lets Begin New Project Schematic Preparation Part 4
    • Lecture 5 :
    • Lets Begin New Project Schematic Preparation Part 5
    • Lecture 6 :
    • Wiring Net Naming and Global Connections Part 1
    • Lecture 7 :
    • Wiring Net Naming and Global Connections Part2
    • Lecture 8 :
    • Multi-Page Schematic Preparation Part 1
    • Lecture 9 :
    • Multi-Page Schematic Preparation Part 2
    • Lecture 10 :
    • Learn Busses and Off-Page Connectors Part 1
    • Lecture 11 :
    • Learn Busses and Off-Page Connectors Part 2
    • Lecture 12 :
    • Electrical Rule Checking (ERC) Part 1
    • Lecture 13 :
    • Electrical Rule Checking (ERC) Part 2
    • Lecture 14 :
    • Electrical Rule Checking (ERC) Part 3
    • Lecture 15 :
    • Electrical Rule Checking (ERC) Part 4
    • Lecture 16 :
    • Bill of Material (BOM) Preparation Part 1
    • Lecture 17 :
    • Bill of Material (BOM) Preparation Part 2
    • Lecture 18 :
    • Bill of Material (BOM) Preparation Part 3
    • Lecture 19 :
    • Bill of Material (BOM) Preparation Part 4
    • Lecture 20 :
    • Bill of Material (BOM) Preparation Part 5
    • Lecture 21 :
    • Bill of Material (BOM) Preparation Part 6
    • Lecture 22 :
    • Bill of Material (BOM) Preparation Part 7
    • Lecture 23 :
    • Bill of Material (BOM) Preparation Part 8
  • Section 4 : Footprint Creation of Electronics Components 58 Lectures 07:27:39

    • Lecture 1 :
    • An Introduction to Electronic Components Footprints
    • Lecture 2 :
    • What is Padstack Editor and Know Padstack Environment Part 1
    • Lecture 3 :
    • What is Padstack Editor and Know Padstack Environment Part 2
    • Lecture 4 :
    • Decoding Imperial and Metric Codes and Unit Conversions Part 1
    • Lecture 5 :
    • Decoding Imperial and Metric Codes and Unit Conversions Part 2
    • Lecture 6 :
    • An understanding of Solderpad Solderpaste and Soldermask Part 1
    • Lecture 7 :
    • An understanding of Solderpad Solderpaste and Soldermask Part 2
    • Lecture 8 :
    • Creating a Solder pad of Surface Mount Device using Padstack Editor Part 1
    • Lecture 9 :
    • Creating a Solder pad of Surface Mount Device using Padstack Editor Part 2
    • Lecture 10 :
    • Creating a Solder pad of Surface Mount Device using Padstack Editor Part 3
    • Lecture 11 :
    • Introduction to PCB Editor for Footprint creation and Default Setups Part 1
    • Lecture 12 :
    • Introduction to PCB Editor for Footprint creation and Default Setups Part 2
    • Lecture 13 :
    • Introduction to PCB Editor for Footprint creation and Default Setups Part 3
    • Lecture 14 :
    • Pad Positioning in Footprint Creation using PCB Editor Part 1
    • Lecture 15 :
    • Pad Positioning in Footprint Creation using PCB Editor Part 2
    • Lecture 16 :
    • Pad Positioning in Footprint Creation using PCB Editor Part 3
    • Lecture 17 :
    • Assembly Drawing Methods and Tips Part 1
    • Lecture 18 :
    • Assembly Drawing Methods and Tips Part 2
    • Lecture 19 :
    • Assembly Drawing Methods and Tips Part 3
    • Lecture 20 :
    • Silkscreen Drawing Methods and Tips Part 1
    • Lecture 21 :
    • Silkscreen Drawing Methods and Tips Part 2
    • Lecture 22 :
    • Silkscreen Drawing Methods and Tips Part 3
    • Lecture 23 :
    • Place Bound Drawing Methods and Assign Component Hight
    • Lecture 24 :
    • Know about Design For Assembly (DFA) and its rules
    • Lecture 25 :
    • Route Restriction on Footprint level
    • Lecture 26 :
    • SMD Footprint design complete process Part 1
    • Lecture 27 :
    • SMD Footprint design complete process Part 2
    • Lecture 28 :
    • PTH Footprint design complete process Part 1
    • Lecture 29 :
    • PTH Footprint design complete process Part 2
    • Lecture 30 :
    • PTH Footprint design complete process Part 3
    • Lecture 31 :
    • SMD Footprint using Package Symbol Wizard Part 1
    • Lecture 32 :
    • SMD Footprint using Package Symbol Wizard Part 2
    • Lecture 33 :
    • PTH Footprint using Package Symbol Wizard Part 1
    • Lecture 34 :
    • PTH Footprint using Package Symbol Wizard Part 2
    • Lecture 35 :
    • Male Header Footprint Creation for Single Row Part 1
    • Lecture 36 :
    • Male Header Footprint Creation for Single Row Part 2
    • Lecture 37 :
    • Male Header Footprint Creation for Single Row Part 3
    • Lecture 38 :
    • Male Header Footprint Creation for Double Row Part 1
    • Lecture 39 :
    • Male Header Footprint Creation for Double Row Part 2
    • Lecture 40 :
    • Single In Line Package Footprint Creation using Wizard Part 1
    • Lecture 41 :
    • Single In Line Package Footprint Creation using Wizard Part 2
    • Lecture 42 :
    • SOT-223 Footprint Creation Part 1
    • Lecture 43 :
    • SOT-223 Footprint Creation Part 2
    • Lecture 44 :
    • SOT-223 Footprint Creation Part 3
    • Lecture 45 :
    • SOIC Footprint Creation using Package Wizard Part 1
    • Lecture 46 :
    • SOIC Footprint Creation using Package Wizard Part 2
    • Lecture 47 :
    • SOIC Footprint Creation using Package Wizard Part 3
    • Lecture 48 :
    • PDIP Footprint Creation using Package Wizard Part 1
    • Lecture 49 :
    • PDIP Footprint Creation using Package Wizard Part 2
    • Lecture 50 :
    • PDIP Footprint Creation using Package Wizard Part 3
    • Lecture 51 :
    • Editing Pads on Footprint Level
    • Lecture 52 :
    • PLCC Footprint Creation using Wizard Part 1
    • Lecture 53 :
    • PLCC Footprint Creation using Wizard Part 2
    • Lecture 54 :
    • PLCC Footprint Creation using Wizard Part 3
    • Lecture 55 :
    • Ball Grid Array Full Matrix Footprint Creation Part 1
    • Lecture 56 :
    • Ball Grid Array Full Matrix Footprint Creation Part 2
    • Lecture 57 :
    • Ball Grid Array Perimeter Matrix Footprint Creation
    • Lecture 58 :
    • Assignments
  • Section 5 : Switching to Printed Circuit Board Design (PCB Design) 16 Lectures 01:44:08

    • Lecture 1 :
    • Assigning Footprints to Schematic Circuit Part 1
    • Lecture 2 :
    • Assigning Footprints to Schematic Circuit Part 2
    • Lecture 3 :
    • Assigning Footprints to Schematic Circuit Part 3
    • Lecture 4 :
    • Assigning Footprints to Schematic Circuit Part 4
    • Lecture 5 :
    • Assigning Footprints to Schematic Circuit Part 5
    • Lecture 6 :
    • Assigning Footprints to Schematic Circuit Part 6
    • Lecture 7 :
    • Assigning Footprints to Schematic Circuit Part 7
    • Lecture 8 :
    • Assigning Footprints to Schematic Circuit Part 8
    • Lecture 9 :
    • Assigning Footprints to Schematic Circuit Part 9
    • Lecture 10 :
    • Assigning Footprints to Schematic Circuit Part 10
    • Lecture 11 :
    • Pins and Pads Mapping before switching Part 1
    • Lecture 12 :
    • Detailed explanation of Pins and Pads Mapping Part 1
    • Lecture 13 :
    • Detailed explanation of Pins and Pads Mapping Part 2
    • Lecture 14 :
    • Detailed explanation of Pins and Pads Mapping Part 3
    • Lecture 15 :
    • Switching from Schematics to Board Design
    • Lecture 16 :
    • Pins and Pads Mapping before switching Part 2
  • Section 6 : Board Shapes and Board Restrictions 13 Lectures 01:21:13

    • Lecture 1 :
    • Working with PCB Board Shape Part 1
    • Lecture 2 :
    • Working with PCB Board Shape Part 2
    • Lecture 3 :
    • Working with PCB Board Shape Part 3
    • Lecture 4 :
    • Working with PCB Board Shape Part 4
    • Lecture 5 :
    • Working with PCB Board Shape Part 5
    • Lecture 6 :
    • DXF Import and Export in Board Shapes Part 1
    • Lecture 7 :
    • DXF Import and Export in Board Shapes Part 2
    • Lecture 8 :
    • Know about Package Keepin in Board Design
    • Lecture 9 :
    • Know about Route Keepin in Board Design
    • Lecture 10 :
    • Convert from Board outline to Design Outline Part 1
    • Lecture 11 :
    • Component Import on Board Part 1
    • Lecture 12 :
    • Convert from Board outline to Design Outline Part 2
    • Lecture 13 :
    • Component Import on Board Part 2
  • Section 7 : Placements on PCB 17 Lectures 01:43:40

    • Lecture 1 :
    • Non Plated Thru Hole (NPTH) Creation
    • Lecture 2 :
    • How to import Non Plated Thru hole (NPTH) ? Part 1
    • Lecture 3 :
    • How to import Non Plated Thru hole (NPTH) ? Part 2
    • Lecture 4 :
    • How to Place Components Manually Part 1
    • Lecture 5 :
    • How to Place Components Manually Part 2
    • Lecture 6 :
    • How to Place Components Manually Part 3
    • Lecture 7 :
    • What are Rooms and How to Create Rooms
    • Lecture 8 :
    • Create Room property in Schematic and Placement in Allegro - Part 1
    • Lecture 9 :
    • Create Room property in Schematic and Placement in Allegro - Part 2
    • Lecture 10 :
    • Create Room property in Schematic and Placement in Allegro - Part 3
    • Lecture 11 :
    • Create Room property in Schematic and Placement in Allegro - Part 4
    • Lecture 12 :
    • Create Room property in Schematic and Placement in Allegro - Part 5
    • Lecture 13 :
    • Create Room property in Schematic and Placement in Allegro - Part 6
    • Lecture 14 :
    • Create Room property in Schematic and Placement in Allegro - Part 7
    • Lecture 15 :
    • Place Replicate Creation and Apply Part 1
    • Lecture 16 :
    • Place Replicate Creation and Apply Part 2
    • Lecture 17 :
    • Place Replicate Creation and Apply Part 3
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