Advanced PCB Design Courses
PCB Design for Military, Aerospace Applications
This course addresses specific challenges encountered in military and aerospace applications, including the effects of vibration, shock, radiation, altitude, extended operating temperature range, and other design considerations for high-reliability applications.
PCB Design for Rigid-Flex Boards
Participants learn the skills necessary to effectively implement designs requiring flex and rigid-flex circuits in accordance with product requirements. The class also explores the impact of these designs on manufacturing and assembly techniques, documentation, and manufacturing file generation.
PCB Design for Radio Frequency (RF)
Learn the theoretical knowledge and practical skills required to meet the design, manufacturing, and routing challenges of high-speed and radio frequency (RF) printed circuit boards.
Advanced Design Concepts
The course will start with HDI and advanced packaging concepts. This will be followed by embedded component design and the students will see how concepts from HDI are used in the implementation of embedded components. Next, concepts necessary for the design of wearable electronics and how the use of concepts from HDI and Embedded are necessary to achieve the small size and light weight of wearable electronics.
Introductory and Intermediate PCB Design Courses
Introduction to PCB Design for Manufacturability
This series of ten micro-modules introduce some of the key concepts required to optimize the design of printed circuit boards for manufacture. If you'd like to learn more after completing the series, consider taking the IPC Design for Manufacturability course.
Introduction to PCB Design I
Learn the fundamentals by focusing on front-end design concepts such as schematic capture, library parts creation, basic electrical engineering concepts, and documentation.
Introduction to PCB Design II
Building on the content in PCB Design I, student implement their designs using techniques like multi-layer routing, signal integrity, transmission lines, and more. The course also focuses on how manufacturing and assembly techniques impact design, documentation and manufacturing file generation.