About the Course
Analog Design and PCB Design : Blended learning WORK SHOP
Course Objectives(What will you learn)
Seeing is believing….Students will become experts in simulating all kinds of Analog designs after the workshop. Understand the theory and see the waveforms on the scope practically.
End of the workshop, students would have completely designed a TWO LAYER PCB on their own.
It is planned to make minimum 5 teams, so five separate PCBs with be ready by end of the workshop.
Who should attend
Prerequisite is AEC, so all students after 4th semester of Engg can attend.
Out station students / candidates have to make their arrangements for accommodation and boarding
Course Outline and schedule
Introduction to open source designs , Familiarisation of the TI Analog design tool.
Understanding the resources available (variety of supply sources)
Title block, Loading components, making connections, Generating the circuit schematics, Connecting meters like Ammeters, DMM, voltmeters, Scope probes for measurements, Selecting the analysis ( DC, AC, Transient etc with different options) , Familiarisation of the instruments and setting up of the instruments for measurements
Adding the mathematical models , Analising the input and output waveforms.
R, RL, RLC circuits, resonance circuits
Diode Applications HWR, FWR, BWR, Zener diodes
Characterisation of MOSFET and IGBT
Clipping & Clamping circuits, series & parallel
Many types of DC and AC Bridges
Inv/Non Inv Amplifiers, Analog Switches and applications
Adder, sub, comparator, Differential amplifier
Differentiator, Integrator, Wave form Synthesisors
Analog multiplication and Many trigonometric functions
Analog Mux, LPF, HPF, BPF
Voltage regulators, different types etc.
Introduction to Board Design, its importance and scope
Work place and Document editing, Title Pages
Component creation, design info edition
Schematics entry, components library editing and updating
Schematics design and net list verification
PCB library editing, parts creation, work space and title pages
Porting netlist to PCB and PCB design basics
PCB design, routing, DRC and final PCB finish guidelines
PCB plots and Gerber files verification and back annotation
EMI, ESD, UL, FCC conformance testing of the final PCB Design
Introduction to Library Editing, Schematic Library Editor, PCB Library Editor, Component attributes, Components creation, Introduction to Title pages, Modifying and Updating Components, Schematic Capture, Placing and wiring, Multiple Sheet Design, Assigning designators, Printing schematics and editing design information
Introduction to Title pages, Modifying and Updating Components, Schematic Capture, Placing and wiring, Multiple Sheet Design, Assigning designators, Printing schematics and editing design information Electrical rules check and verification , Generation of netlist, checking netlist, Netlist import and components placement.
The PCB Editor workspace, Creating a new PCB board outline. Netlist import and components placement, Design rules and verification, Auto, Interactive and Manual Routing, Copper pouring, copper balancing, rooms, masking, Different layers verifications, Print PCB layers, DRC verification, Printing PCB layers and verification, Output files Generation (Gerber & NC), Gerber verification, Generic PCB Finish guide lines, EMI, ESD conformance testing techniques, UL, CE, FCC conformance, thumb rules, Conclusion
Day-06(Evaluation and Assessment)
Conduct Practical exam for Analog design. Each participant will be given a Analog design circuit to build and test. He/she has to complete the test in 2 hours duration. One hour simulation+ one hour practicals/hands on.
Followed by one hour PCB design Test( Written only)
Test Questions, Scheme and Solution will be submitted before the test date.
Answer sheets and marks secured will be submitted for verification,
If found necessary, third party evaluation may be done, as per PES UNIVERSITY rules and regulations