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Electronics Hardware Design

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  • Location: Janakpuri East New Delhi
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Descriptions

This is a concentrated practical program designed for students who want to learn the art of Electronics fundamentals to design Industrial Application. It offers in-depth learning of Electronics Circuit Design and Simulation with PCB designing.

Eligibility

Working Professional

Pre-requisites

Knowledge of Electronics Components.

Benefits

  • Confidence build up for Electronics Projects.
  • Hands-on experience of Circuit Design & Simulation.
  • Hands-on experience of working with PCB Design.
  • Experience of Best learning practice
  • Acquire skills to do better Minor/Major Projects.
  • Can participate in various National/International compititions and  TechFest.
  • Certification from Embedded Technology Foundation, New Delhi.

Features

  • Knowledge of Electronic components
  • Understanding of Electronics Project Design Flow
  • Knowledge of Schematic Design techniques
  • Knowledge of PCB Design techniques
  • Personal Experience of working with Live Projects

Curriculum

Section 1. Introduction to Electronic
designing using Spice and Pspice
a. Introduction
i. Introduction
to Electronic design automation (EDA)
ii. Brief History of EDA
iii. Latest Trends in Market
iv. How it helps and Why it requires
v.
Different EDA tools
b. Introduction to Spice
i.
Different EDA tools
ii. New Versions
iii. Representing
Components
iv.
Making a Circuit & doing Simulation
c. Understaning Pspice
i. Understaning
The Pspice Environment
ii. Using Model
Editor
iii. Using Magnetic
Parts Editor
iv.
Using Stimulus Editor
d. Preparation for simulation
i. Drawing a
Circuit
ii. Prepairing
schematic for simulation
iii. Prepairing
schematic for simulation
iv. Prepairing
schematic for simulation
Section 2. Introduction to Development
Tools
a. Introduction to Proteus ISIS Software
i. Brief
Introduction of various simulators
 
ii. Description to Proteus ISIS
simulator tool
iii. Hands on practice on available
library of components
iv.
working through wiring and schematic designing
b. Concept of schemantic design in
ISIS
i. Introduction
of ISIS Window
ii. Introduction
of ISIS Menu bar and Tool Bar
iii. Introduction
of ISIS Library and Component Selection from Library
iv.
Changing the Properties of Selected Components
c. Simulation concept of ISIS
i.
Changing the Properties of Selected Components
ii. Connection
using Wire, Bus and Nodes
iii. Simulating the
Designed Circuit
iv. Varifing the
result using ISIS Tools
v. Using
Multimeter and Voltage & Current Probes
vi. Using Virtual
Oscilloscope
vii.
Introduction of Other Measurement Tools of ISIS
d. Introduction to Proteus Area Software for PCB designing
i. Connecting the
schematic From ISIS to ARES for Netlising
ii. Selecting the
Components Footprints as per design
iii. Picking and
placing the Component
iv. Making New
Footprints
v.
Assigning Footprint to components
Section 3. General Electronics Building Blocks
a. Introduction
i. Introduction to Active and
Passive components and devices
ii. Difference between Active and
Passive components
iii. Study of resistors, capacitors,
and inductor coils
iv.
Study of voltage and current rating of components
b. Description of resisters
i. Resistor
Introduction
ii. Colour coding
schemes
iii. 4 and 5 Band
resistors
iv. Power
limitations to Resistors
v. Voltage
Dividers using Resistos
vi. Variable
Resistors
vii. Potentiometer
viii. LDR
ix. Thermistors
c. Description of capaitors
i. Different
types of Capacitors
ii. Application of
Capacitors
iii. Voltage and
Current specifications
iv.
Effect of Capacitor on AC and DC
d. Description of Inductors
i. Role of
Inductors in electronics
ii. Power Ratings
of Coils
iii.
Types of Inductance
Section 4. Description of Analog Electronics
a. Introduction
i. Study of role of Analog
Electronics
ii. Scope of Analog Electronics
iii. Study of Diodes, Transistors,
Rectifiers, Regulators
iv.
Study of Operational Amplifiers
b. Description to diodes & its
applications
i. Study of
Diodes and relative circuits
ii. Clipper
Circuits
iii. Clamper
Circuits
iv. Voltage
Multiplier Circuits
v. Importance of
Zener Diodes in Regulation
vi.
Zener Diode as Constant Voltage Regulator
c. Description of Transistors
i. Types of
Transistors
ii. Importance of
Transistor in Analog electronics
iii. Study of
Current Amplifiers Circuits
iv. Open Collector
Concept
v. Pull Up and
Pull Down Concept
vi.
Logic Gates using Transistors
d. study of different rectifier circuit
i. Half wave
Rectifier
ii. Full wave
Rectifier
iii.
Wein Bridge Rectifier
e. Study of regulator Ics
i. Fixed Voltage
Regulator Ics
ii. LM78xx
iii. LM79xx
iv. Variable
Voltage Regulator Ics
v. LM317
vi. LM337
f. Study of operational amplifier
i. Introduction
of Different Features of Op-Amp
ii. open Loop
Circuits
iii. Comparator
iv. Zero-Crossing
Detector
v. Close Loop
Circuits
vi. Inverting
Amplifier
vii. Non-Inverting
Amplifier
viii. Adder
ix. Differential
Amplifier
x. Integrator
xi. Differentiator
xii. Voltage to current
convertor
g. Applications
i. ADC
ii. DAC
Section 5. Description to digital electronics
a. Introduction
i. Study of role of Digital
Electronics
ii. Scope of Digital Electronics
iii. Components of Digital
Electronics
iv. Description to Combinational
Circuits
v. Description to Sequential
Circuits
vi.
Types of Logic Levels
b. Study of digital circuits &
gates
i. Logic gates
Using Transistors
ii. Study Of Logic
Gate Ics
iii.
Truth Table Verification Using Logic Gate Ics
c. Description to combinational circuits
i. Adder (Half
and Full)
ii. Multiplexer
and Demultiplexer
iii. Encoder and
Decoder
iv.
BCD to Seven Segment Encoder
d. Description to sequential circuits
i. Latches and
Flip Flops
ii. Registers
iii.
Counters
Section 6. Various power supply techniques
a. Introduction
i. Concept to Positive and Negative
Power supply
ii. Study of  Voltage Step
Up/Down concept
iii. Study of various kinds of
Rectifier Circuits
iv.
Description to Filter and Regulators
b. Fixed regulated power supply
concepts
i. Fixed +VE
Power Supply
ii. Fixed -VE
Power Supply
iii.
Fixed Dual Power Supply
c. Variable regulated power supply concepts
i. Varaible +VE
Power Supply
ii. Varaible -VE
Power Supply
iii.
Varaible Dual Power Supply
Section 7. Study of Other Electronics and
Electrical Devices
a. Description to motors
i. Types of Motors
ii. Permanent DC motor
iii. Stepper Motor
iv.
Servo Motors
b. Concept of driving of motors
i. H-bridge
concept
ii.
High current driver Ics
c. Role of different motors in different applications
i. Robotic
Applications
ii. Door
Open/Close Applications
iii.
Wheels Driving
d. Description to relays
i. Types of
Relays
ii. 1 change-over
Relay
iii. 2 change-over
Relay
iv. Mechanism
behind the working of relays
v. Available
Voltage rated Relays
vi. 9, 12, 15 volt
vii. 24,26,48,72
volt
viii. Different
application of Relays
ix. Controlling
the Motor Direction
x.
Switching the Home Appliances
e.
i. Types of
Buzzers
ii. Peizoelectric
Buzzer
iii. Mechanical
Buzzer
iv. Interfacing of
Buzzers with Transistor
v.
Uses of Buzzer
f. Description to Optocoupler
i. Description to
Optocoupler
ii.
Application of Optocoupler
g. Description to LEDs and seven segment displays
i. Types of Seven
Segment Displays
ii. Common Anode
iii. Common Cathode
iv. Concept of BCD
to Seven Segment Decoder
v.
Application of Seven Segment Displays
Section 8. Introduction to PCB Designing
Concepts
a. Introduction & breif history
i. What is PCB
ii. Difference between PWB and PCB
iii. Types of PCBs
iv. Single Sided (Single Layer)
v. Multi-Layer (Double Layer)
vi.
PCB Materials
b. Trends in PCB Designing
i. What is PCB
ii. Difference between PWB and PCB
iii. Types of PCBs
iv. Single Sided (Single Layer)
v. Multi-Layer (Double Layer)
vi.
PCB Materials
Section 9. Component Introduction and their
Categories
a. Types of components
i. Active Components
ii. Diode
iii. Transistors
iv. MOSFET
vi. LED
vii. SCR
viii. Integrated Circuits (Ics)
ix. Passive Components
x. Resistor
xi. Capacitor
xii. Inductor
xiii. Transformer
xiv.
Speaker/Buzzer
b. Component package type
i. Through Hole
Packages
ii. Axial lead
iii. Radial Lead
iv. Single Inline
Package(SIP)
v. Dual Inline
Package(DIP)
vi. Transistor
Outline(TO)
vii. Pin Grid
Array(PGA)
viii. Surface Mont
Devices(SMD)
ix. Chip
x. Metal
Electrode Face(MELF)
xi. Leadless Chip
Carrier(LCC)
xii. Small Outline
Integrated Circuit(SOIC)
xiii. Quad Flat
Pack(QPF) and Thin QFP (TQFP)
xiv. Ball Grid
Array(BGA)
xv. Plastic Leaded
Chip Carrier(PLCC)
Section 10. Detailed Description and
Practicals of Pcb Designing
a. PCB designing flowchart
i.
Schematic Entry
ii. Netlisting
iii. PCB Layout Designing
iv. Prototype Designing
v. Design Rule Check(DRC)
vi. Design For Manufacturing(DFM)
vii. PCB Making
viii. Printing
ix. Etching
x. Drilling
xi. Assembly of components

b. Description of PCB design
i. Electrical
Layers
ii. Top Layer
iii. Mid Layer
iv. Bottom Layer
v. Machanical
Layers
vi. Board Outlines
and Cutouts
vii. Drill Details
viii. Documentation
Layer
ix. Components
Outlines
x. Reference
Designation
xi. Text
c. Keywords & its description
i. Electrical
Layers
ii. Footprint
iii. Pad stacks
iv. Vias
v. Tracks
vi. Color of
Layers
vii. PCB Track Size
Calculation Formula
d. PCB Materials
i. Standard FR-4
Epoxy Glass
ii. Multifuctional
FR-4
iii. Tetra
Functional FR-4
iv. NelcoN400-6
v. GETEK
vi. Cyanate Aster
vii. Plyimide Glass
viii. Teflon
e. Rules for track
i. Track Length
ii. Track Angle
iii. Rack Joints
iv. Track Size
f. Study of IPC standards
i. IPC Standard
For Schematic DesignLength
ii. IPC Standard
For PCB Designing
iii. IPC Standard
For PCB Meterials
iv. IPC Standard
For Documentation and PCB Fabrication
Section 11. Lab Practice and Post Designing
Concepts
a. Starting the PCB designing
i. Understanding the schematic
Entry
ii. Creating Library &
Components
iii. Drawing a Schematic
iv. Flat Design / hierarchical
Design
v. Setting up Environment for PCB
vi. Design a Board
b. Auto routing
i. Introduction
to Autorouting
ii. Setting up
Rules
iii. Defining
Contraints
iv. Autorouter
Setup
c. PCB designing practice
i. PCB Designing
of Basic and Analog Electronic Circuits
ii. PCB Designing
of Power Supplies
iii. PCB Designing
of Different Sensor modules
iv. PCB Designing
of Electronics Projects
v. PCB Designing
of Embedded Projects
vi. Reducing
Signal Noises on PCB
d. Post designing and PCB fabrication
i. Printing the
Design
ii. Eaching
iii. Drilling
iv. Interconnecting
and Packaging electronic Circuits (IPC) Standards
v. Gerber
Generation
vi. Soldering and
Desoldering
vii. Component
Mounting
viii. PCB and
Hardware Testing
e. Project Work
i. Making the
schematic of Acedemic and Industrial projects
ii. PCB Designing
of these projects
iii. Soldering and
Desoldering of componets as per Design
iv. Testing and
Troubleshoting Methods
Section 12. Study of Measuring and
Monitoring Devices
a. Need of measuring instruments
i. Types of Measuring Instruments
ii. Cathode Ray Oscilloscope
iii. Digital Storage Oscillscope
iv. Digital Multimeter
v. Difference between CRO and DSO
b. Hands on learning on multimeter
i. Voltage
Measuring
ii. Current
Measuring
iii. Resistance
Measuring
iv. Continuity
check
Section 13. Project Work and Documentation
i.
Description of project development process
ii.
Project discussion and allotment
iii. Synopsis making and submission
iv. Practice of soldering & de-soldering
v. Introduction to hardware techniques
vi. Project hardware development
vii. Project completion
viii. Project working video submission
ix. Detailed project report submission
x. Final project ppt
xii. Feedback submission(written & video)
xiii. Certificate distribution

Section 1 : Introduction to Electronics Designing Using Spice and Pspice

Our Main Teachers

  • MASTER TRAINER ELECTRONICS SYSTEM DESIGN CEO EMTECH FOUNDATION     Mr. Naveen Kumar has over 15 years of experience in various aspects of electronics product design, embedded systems training and manpower consultancy. Apart from being the founder of Emtech Foundation, he is serving as the technical Consultant for Electronics Sector Skills Council of India, a …
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  • MASTER TRAINER- EMBEDDED SYSTEM DESIGN Mr. Bhim Chand Bhardwaj has over 8+ years of experience in various aspects of Students and Working Professional Training, Embedded Product Design, Electronics Manufacturing Services. Apart from this, he has worked as a Senior Product Manager at EMTECH Foundation since 2011. He has gain incredulous experience in past 8 years …
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