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Electronics H/W Design

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  • Location: Janakpuri East New Delhi
  • Language: ENGLISH
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  • Prerequisites: No
  • Skill Level: Beginner
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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

1st /2nd/3rd year students of B.E., B.Tech. from Electrical/Electronics branch. Recommended for every Engineering  Student.

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 Electronics Designing Using Spice and Pspice

1. Introduction

Introduction to Electronic design automation (EDA)

Brief History of EDA

Latest Trends in Market

How it helps and Why it requires

Different EDA tools

2. Introduction to Spice

Brief History
New Versions
Representing Components
Making a Circuit & doing Simulation

3. Understanding Pspice

Understaning The Pspice Environment
Using Model Editor
Using Magnetic Parts Editor
Using Stimulus Editor

4. Preparation for simulation

Drawing a Circuit
Prepairing schematic for simulation
Understand the sources for simulation
Understand different markers

Section 2 : Introduction to Development Tools

5. Introduction to PROTEUS ISIS Software

Brief Introduction of various simulators

Description to Proteus ISIS simulator tool

Hands on practice on available library of components

working through wiring and schematic designing

6. Concept of Schematic designing on ISIS

Introduction of ISIS Window
Introduction of ISIS Menu bar and Tool Bar
Introduction of ISIS Library and Component Selection from Library
Changing the Properties of Selected Components

7. Simulation concept of ISIS

Placing the Selected Components
Connection using Wire, Bus and Nodes
Simulating the Designed Circuit
Varifing the result using ISIS Tools
Using Multimeter and Voltage & Current Probes
Using Virtual Oscilloscope
Introduction of Other Measurement Tools of ISIS

8. Introduction of PROTEUS Areas software for PCB Designing

Connecting the schematic From ISIS to ARES for Netlising
Selecting the Components Footprints as per design
Picking and placing the Component
Making New Footprints
Assigning Footprint to components

Section 3 : General Electronics Building Blocks

9. Introduction

Introduction to Active and Passive components and devices

Difference between Active and Passive components

Study of resistors, capacitors, and inductor coils

Study of voltage and current rating of components

10. Description of Resistors

Resistor Introduction
Colour coding schemes
4 and 5 Band resistors
Power limitations to Resistors
Voltage Dividers using Resistos
Variable Resistors
Potentiometer
LDR
Thermistors

11. Description of Capacitors

Different types of Capacitors
Application of Capacitors
Voltage and Current specifications
Effect of Capacitor on AC and DC

12. Description of Inductors

Role of Inductors in electronics
Power Ratings of Coils
Types of Inductance

Section 4 : Description to Analog Electronics

13. Introduction

Study of role of Analog Electronics

Scope of Analog Electronics

Study of Diodes, Transistors, Rectifiers, Regulators

Study of Operational Amplifiers

14. Description to Diodes & its application

Study of Diodes and relative circuits
Clipper Circuits
Clamper Circuits
Voltage Multiplier Circuits
Importance of Zener Diodes in Regulation
Zener Diode as Constant Voltage Regulator

15. Description of Transistors

Types of Transistors
Importance of Transistor in Analog electronics
Study of Current Amplifiers Circuits
Open Collector Concept
Pull Up and Pull Down Concept
Logic Gates using Transistors

16. Study of different rectifier circuits

Half wave Rectifier
Full wave Rectifier
Wein Bridge Rectifier

17. Study of regulator Ics

Fixed Voltage Regulator Ics
LM78xx
LM79xx
Variable Voltage Regulator Ics
LM317
LM337

18. Study of operational Amplifiers

Introduction of Different Features of Op-Amp
open Loop Circuits
Comparator
Zero-Crossing Detector
Close Loop Circuits
Invarting Amplifier
Non-Inverting Amplifier
Adder
Differential Amplifier
Integrator
Differentiator
Voltage to current convertor

Section 5 : Description to Digital Electronics

20. Introduction

Study of role of Digital Electronics

Scope of Digital Electronics

Components of Digital Electronics

Description to Combinational Circuits

Description to Sequential Circuits

Types of Logic Levels

21. Study of Digital circuits & Gates

Logic gates Using Transistors
Study Of Logic Gate Ics
Truth Tabble Varification Using Logic Gate Ics

22. Description to combinational circuits

Adder (Half and Full)
Multiplexer and Demultiplexer
Encoder and Decoder
BCD to Seven Segment Encoder

23. Description to sequential circuits

Latches and Flip Flops
Registers
Counters

Section 6 : Various Power Supply Techniques

24. Introduction

Concept to Positive and Negative Power supply

Study of  Voltage Step Up/Down concept

Study of various kinds of Rectifier Circuits

Description to Filter and Regulators

25. Fixed regulated power supply concepts

Fixed +VE Power Supply
Fixed -VE Power Supply
Fixed Dual Power Supply

26. Variable regulated power supply concepts

Varaible +VE Power Supply
Varaible -VE Power Supply
Varaible Dual Power Supply

Section 7 : Study of Other Electronics and Electrical Devices

27. Description to Motors

Types of Motors

Permanent DC motor

Stepper Motor

Servo Motors

28. Concept for driving of motors

H-bridge concept
High current driver Ics

29. Role of different motors in different Applications

Robotic Applications
Door Open/Close Applications
Wheels Driving

30. Description to Relays

Types of Relays
1 change-over Relay
2 change-over Relay
Mechanism behind the working of relays
Available Voltage rated Relays
9, 12, 15 volt
24,26,48,72 volt
Different application of Relays
Controlling the Motor Direction
Switching the Home Appliances

31. Description of Buzzer

Types of Buzzers
Peizoelectric Buzzer
Mechanical Buzzer
Interfacing of Buzzers with Transistor
Uses of Buzzer

32. Description to Optocoupler

Description to Optocoupler
Application of Optocoupler

33. Description to LEDs and Seven Segment Display

Types of Seven Segment Displays
Common Anode
Common Cathode
Concept of BCD to Seven Segment Decoder
Application of Seven Segment Displays

Section 8 :Introduction to PCB Designing Concepts

34. Introduction & brief history

What is PCB

Difference between PWB and PCB

Types of PCBs

Single Sided (Single Layer)

Multi-Layer (Double Layer)

PCB Materials

35. Trends in PCB Designing

What is PCB

Difference between PWB and PCB

Types of PCBs

Single Sided (Single Layer)

Multi-Layer (Double Layer)

PCB Materials

Section 9 :Component Introduction and their Categories

36. Types of components

Active Components

Diode

Transistor

MOSFET

LED

SCR

Integrated Circuits (Ics)

Passive Components

Resistor

Capacitor

Inductor

Transformer

Speaker/Buzzer

37. Component package types

Through Hole Packages
Axial lead
Radial Lead
Single Inline Package(SIP)
Dual Inline Package(DIP)
Transistor Outline(TO)
Pin Grid Array(PGA)
Surface Mont Devices(SMD)
Chip
Metal Electrode Face(MELF)
Leadless Chip Carrier(LCC)
Small Outline Integrated Circuit(SOIC)
Quad Flat Pack(QPF) and Thin QFP (TQFP)
Ball Grid Array(BGA)
Plastic Leaded Chip Carrier(PLCC)

Section 10 : Detailed Description and Practicals of Pcb Designing

38. PCB Designing Flow chart

Schematic Entry

Netlisting

PCB Layout Designing

Prototype Designing

Design Rule Check(DRC)

Design For Manufacturing(DFM)

PCB Making

Printing

Etching

Drilling

Assembly of components

39. PCB Designing Flow chart

Schematic Entry
Netlisting
PCB Layout Designing
Prototype Designing
Design Rule Check(DRC)
Design For Manufacturing(DFM)
PCB Making
Printing
Etching
Drilling
Assembly of components

40. Description of PCB Layers

Electrical Layers
Top Layer
Mid Layer
Bottom Layer
Machanical Layers
Board Outlines and Cutouts
Drill Details
Documentation Layer
Components Outlines
Reference Designation
Text

41. Keywords & their description

Electrical Layers
Footprint
Pad stacks
Vias
Tracks
Color of Layers
PCB Track Size Calculation Formula

42. PCB Materials

Standard FR-4 Epoxy Glass
Multifuctional FR-4
Tetra Functional FR-4
NelcoN400-6
GETEK
Cyanate Aster
Plyimide Glass
Teflon

43. Rules for Track

Track Length
Track Angle
Rack Joints
Track Size

44. Study of IPC standards

IPC Standard For Schematic DesignLength
IPC Standard For PCB Designing
IPC Standard For PCB Meterials
IPC Standard For Documentation and PCB Fabrication

Section 11 : Lab Practice and Post Designing Concepts

45. Starting the PCB Designing

Understanding the schematic Entry

Creating Library & Components

Drawing a Schematic

Flat Design / hierarchical Design

Setting up Environment for PCB

Design a Board

46. Autorouting

Introduction to Autorouting
Setting up Rules
Defining Contraints
Autorouter Setup

47. PCB Designing practice

PCB Designing of Basic and Analog Electronic Circuits
PCB Designing of Power Supplies
PCB Designing of Different Sensor modules
PCB Designing of Electronics Projects
PCB Designing of Embedded Projects
Reducing Signal Noises on PCB

48. Post designing & PCB Fabrication process

Printing the Design
Eaching
Drilling
Interconnecting and Packaging electronic Circuits (IPC) Standards
Gerber Generation
Soldering and Desoldering
Component Mounting
PCB and Hardware Testing

49. Project work

Making the schematic of Acedemic and Industrial projects
PCB Designing of these projects
Soldering and Desoldering of componets as per Design
Testing and Troubleshoting Methods

Section 12 :Study of Measuring and Monitoring Devices

50. Need of measuring instruments

Types of Measuring Instruments

Cathode Ray Oscilloscope

Digital Storage Oscillscope

Digital Multimeter

Difference between CRO and DSO

51. Hands on learning on Multimeter

Voltage Measuring
Current Measuring
Resistance Measuring
Continuity check

Section 13 :Project Work and Documentation

52. Description of project development process

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53. Project discussion & allotment

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54. Synopsis making & submission

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55. Practice of De-soldering & soldering

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56. Introduction to Hardware techniques

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57. Project Hardware development(component mounting & h/w testing)

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58. Project completion

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59. Project working video clip submission

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60. Detailed project report submission

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61. Final project PPT

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62. Feedback submission(written & video)

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63. Certificate distribution

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