PCB Design Work Shop


A printed circuit board (PCB) 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. Printed circuit boards are used in all but the simplest electronic products. They are also used in some electrical products, such as passive switch boxes.


Project Description


Overview
Topics Covered
Software
Gallery
Course duration
Overview

Overview


Over the time PCB has been making a leap from manual to virtual. This avoids the make errors in the processing of manufacturing. Due to the technology change and the miniaturization, the layered structure is implemented with different communication protocols.

Topics Covered

Topic Covered


  1. Building parts and symbols.
  2. Creating a new project
  3. Creating multi-sheet flat designs.
  4. Copying work between projects
  5. Assigning reference designators
  6. Design checking
  7. Adding intersheet signal references
  8. Creating a Bill of Materials and other reports.
  9. Adding part and net properties
  10. Creating a net list for KiCAD Layout
Software

Software Required


  1. KiCAD
Gallery

Photo Gallery


Course duration:

Course duration


S NO Duration with kit cost per head without kit cost per head
1 two day -- 600/-
NOTE:

There will be both theory and hands on for better understanding of the hardware and software.

EEE, ECE, CSE and IT branches can attend this workshop

Overview


Over the time PCB has been making a leap from manual to virtual. This avoids the make errors in the processing of manufacturing. Due to the technology change and the miniaturization, the layered structure is implemented with different communication protocols.

Topic Covered


  1. Building parts and symbols.
  2. Creating a new project
  3. Creating multi-sheet flat designs.
  4. Copying work between projects
  5. Assigning reference designators
  6. Design checking
  7. Adding intersheet signal references
  8. Creating a Bill of Materials and other reports.
  9. Adding part and net properties
  10. Creating a net list for KiCAD Layout

software


  1. KiCAD

Course duration


S NO Duration with kit cost per head without kit cost per head
1 two day -- 600/-
NOTE:

There will be both theory and hands on for better understanding of the hardware and software.

EEE, ECE, CSE and IT branches can attend this workshop

Photo Gallery


Key Benefits

  1. SYNXA IT will provid recent Technology aid to the Organizations and to the techocrats.
  2. Demo and support on recent tools and technology.
  3. The students will get an opportunity to interact with experts from industry and research organizations.
  4. Rhe Inteactive sessions with the experts is an experience to learn new concepts and with live demonstration.

Salient Features

  1. Demo on recent advancements in technologies and industry application.
  2. Software and workshop modules will provide to the student on demand.
  3. Heighest Priority will be given to the workshop participants for forthcoming training programs for one academic year
  4. Interaction With Eminent personalities
  5. Real time project and research exposure