This class will cover a detailed review of all the necessary steps for designing a printed circuit board, from loading logic/netlist data through producing manufacturing/NC output. Attendees will receive in-depth training on placement, constraint management, shape creation and editing, as well as important tips from our PCB design experts to ensure you are able to get the most out of OrCAD PCB Editor.
This class is a comprehensive course aimed at helping students learn an efficient, front-to-back schematic and simulation workflow. This package includes Capture Essentials and PCB Editor Essentials training.
Includes an OrCAD Certification Opportunity.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
How to build new parts and symbols
Design-checking best practices
Techniques for assigning reference designators
Creating a BOM (Bill of Materials)
Adding part and net properties
Creating flat designs
Run DC bias, DC sweep, AC sweep, and Transient analysis
Edit Stimulus to create any kind of input waveform
How tolerances work and how they affect convergence
Run sweeps using parametric analysis
Bring models from the internet into PSpice
Run Monte Carlo and Worst Case analysis'
Create linear and non-linear transformers
Model parts mathematically using ABM's (Analog Behavioral Models)
Take your OrCAD PCB Editor skills to the next level with our advanced class. This class will provide in-depth training in advanced topics such as constraint management, auto-interactive routing, differential pairs, as well as time features such as design reuse and tech files. Become more efficient and get your products to market faster with this class.
It is recommended that students have a pre-requisite knowledge and proficiency in OrCAD Capture Schematic editing and PCB Editor.
Customizing the OrCAD and Allegro PCB Editor Environment