AED706 - *see School Specific Outline
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This course will take the basic fundamentals taught in the first semester and further describe the techniques utilized to complete a PCB layout to meet industry standard.
One subject credit in the Electro Mechanical Design and the Applied Electronic Design Post Diploma program.
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
A. General Objectives:
Upon completion of the course the student will be able to:
(i) Work together as a team with one common goal to create a functionally correct Printed circuit Board.
(ii) Understand all facets of PCB design beginning with Schematic creation, Correct component creation, Placement strategies, Routing strategies, Silkscreen generation and generation of fabrication files and notes utilized in PCB fabrication.
(iii) Describe materials and production utilized in PCB fabrication.
B. Specific Objectives:
- Correct creation of schematic Cells
- Understanding schematic layout (flow of circuit)
- Cross page referencing
- Generation of netlist for PCB generation
- Different layers required for thru-hole and Surface mount components
- Understand different strategies for component creation
- Ability to understand Mechanical Component Specifications
- Ability to read and decifer mechanical drawings
- Creating Board outline
- Importance of tooling and mounting holes
- Importance of proximity of decoupling capacitors, oscillators etc.
- Single sided and Double sided placement requirements
- Rotation of components for assembly purposes
- Location of termination Circuitry
- Creation of power and Ground planes
- Routing of differential pairs, impedance controlled signals
- Different traces widths for power and ground signals
- Different trace widths for spacing violations
- Location for Reference designators
- Generation of board Identification
Dimensioning and Fabrication Notes
- Importance of board thickness for impedance calculations
- Copper weight requirements
- Board Stackup notes
- Importance of Solderpaste Stencil
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Accommodation for Students with Disabilities
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