ECET 27000 - Electronics Prototype Development And Construction
Credit Hours: 3.00.
This course introduces project planning and basic concepts in electronic design automation (EDA). The student develops a portion of an electronic system using EDA, design for testing (DFT), surface mount technology (SMT), design for manufacturability (DFM), and component characteristic selection techniques. New construction and testing techniques are introduced.
1. Learn a concurrent engineering approach to PCB design.
2. Apply basic principles of design for manufacturability (DFM) to a project.
3. Utilize a CAD package for circuit board layout.
4. Design, assemble, and test an SMT-based printed circuit assembly.
5. Demonstrate hand soldering techniques with surface mount devices (SMDs).
6. Utilize standard assisted-placement equipment to assemble a printed circuit assembly.
7. Develop techniques to predict signals that would be present in both a properly operating circuit and anon-operating circuit.
ECET 17900 Minimum Grade of D- and
ECET 22700 Minimum Grade of D- and
ECET 22900 Minimum Grade of D-
Must be enrolled in Electrical Engineering Technology