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DG5134 Printed Circuit Board Design, Manufacture and Test

By Peter Nicklas

Abstract

Electronic and electrical modules and subsystems consist of interconnected components which perform tasks and action to meet the aims of the systems of which they form a part. Many of these systems are familiar to us, for example allowing us to switch on and control a television, withdraw money from an automated teller machine (ATM) or display a document like this one on a computer. You can probably think of some other systems we use. Printed circuit boards (PCBs) are the most common means by which these electronic circuits and systems are constructed. In this unit you will learn about the basic techniques involved in PCB design, manufacture and test, and you will also have the opportunity to practice the skills required to produce a PCB. Outcomes 1. Use an electronic design software package to design PCB artwork. 2. Manufacture a PCB. 3. Populate a PCB. 4. Verify the operation of a populated PCB.

Topics: DG51 34, Axial component factors, PCB fabrication, Typical low-volume fabrication process, Electrostatic discharge, Automated soldering processes, Reflow soldering, Infrared reflow, convection reflow, Vapour-phase reflow, Manual soldering, X: Engineering, MANUFACTURING / PRODUCTION WORK, SCQF Level 7
Year: 2013
OAI identifier: oai:dspace.jorum.ac.uk:10949/17841
Provided by: Jorum Open
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