Learning OrCAD v17.2 for 2-layer and 4-layer PCB Design is a transfer training course from schematic design to the printed circuit board (PCB) using OrCAD Capture, PSPICE, and PCB Editor v17.2. After learning OrCAD, you can quickly use any other PCB design program you want. OrCAD and Allegro are standard industrial software for PCB design.
What you will learn in Learning OrCAD v17.2 for 2-layer and 4-layer PCB Design:
- Build your own two-layer and 4-layer PCB from the base
- Find and edit prefabricated components and design an outline
- Troubleshooting outline, simulation errors, and netlist errors
- Design and editing of footprints components (using IPC-7351B guidelines and templates)
- Setting up a printed circuit board
- Build a 3D model of your printed circuit board
- Production of Gerber, Drill and Pick and placement of files for industrial PCB
- Build a professional bill from the materials used
- Build assembly design and select and place data for your PCB
- Prepare documents for your PCB production
Instructors: Kirsch Mackey
Number of Courses: 151
Duration: 14 hours and 15 minutes
Course topics on 2021/5:
Prerequisites for Learning OrCAD v17.2 for 2-layer and 4-layer PCB Design:
IMPORTANT: Equivalent level of understanding college-level Circuits 1 and Electronics 1 and 2 (transistors, resistors, capacitors, dc voltage, and current)
You should be able to use a Windows PC at a beginner level.
You should have Windows 7 or later installed on your computer.
Three-button Microsoft-compatible mouse
Note: Cadence Allegro and OrCAD (Including EDM) products do not support Mac, Windows 7 Starter, and Home Basic. In addition, Windows Server support does not include support for Windows Remote Desktop. Windows RT and tablets are not supported.
Have an understanding of electronics and how they work.
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