PCB & CIRCUIT

(PCB) stands for printed circuit board mechanically supports and electrically connects electronic components or electrical components using conductive tracks, pads and other features etched from one or more sheet layers of copper laminated onto and/or between sheet layers of a non-conductive substrate. Components are generally soldered onto the PCB to both electrically connect and mechanically fasten them to it.

A basic PCB consists of a flat sheet of insulating material and a layer of copper foil, laminated to the substrate. Chemical etching divides the copper into separate conducting lines called tracks or circuit traces, pads for connections, vias to pass connections between layers of copper, and features such as solid conductive areas for EM shielding or other purposes. The tracks function as wires fixed in place, and are insulated from each other by air and the board substrate material. The surface of a PCB may have a coating that protects the copper from corrosion and reduces the chances of solder shorts between traces or undesired electrical contact with stray bare wires. For its function in helping to prevent solder shorts, the coating is called solder resist.


Introduction To Circuit Designing

  • Need of Circuit Designing
  • Introduction to Basic Components like Resistor, Capacitor, Inductor etc.
  • How to select components
  • Basic Circuit Designing Process

Introduction To PCB Designing

  • Types of PCBs
  • The Designing ProcessC
  • Summary

Express SCH

  • Beginning a New Schematic
  • Placing Items in the Schematic
  • Placing Symbols and Ports
  • Labeling components
  • Editing the Schematic
  • Creating New Components
  • Working with Sheets and Ports
  • Checking the Schematic for Errors
  • Summary

Express PCB

  • Beginning a New Layout
  • Placing Items in the Layout
  • Editing the Layout
  • Linking the Schematic and PCB
  • Keyboard Shortcuts
  • Troubleshooting errors
  • Summary

PROTEUS

  • Introduction to Proteus
  • Components Libraries
  • Components Properties
  • Interfacing for circuitry
  • Burning IC in Proteus
  • Circuit Simulation

PCB Printing And Etching

  • Introduction to printing process
  • Placing of circuit on copper clad
  • Etching process for final PCB
  • Summary

Drilling And Soldering

  • Drilling of designed PCB
  • Soldering Process of Components
  • Testing & Troubleshooting
Duration Level
4/6 Weeks Basic / Standard
3/6 Months Basic / Project Based