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PCB Design: Make Arduino Nano using Altium Designer

Master PCB design with our Altium Designer course. Learn to create your own Arduino Nano board from scratch, from schematic design to PCB layout, with expert guidance and hands-on training.

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    Course Overview

    Unlock the world of PCB design with our comprehensive course, “PCB Design: Make Arduino Nano using Altium Designer.” Whether you’re an electronics enthusiast, hobbyist, or professional, this course offers a step-by-step guide to creating your own Arduino Nano board using Altium Designer software. From the fundamentals of PCB design to advanced routing techniques, this course equips you with the skills needed to bring your electronic projects to life. Join us on this journey as we delve into component libraries, schematic circuit design, PCB layout, routing, and board finalization, culminating in the creation of your own Arduino Nano board.

    Embark on your PCB design journey with an introduction to Altium Designer and the essentials of creating component libraries. Learn to design the schematic circuit layout, translating your electronic concepts into a visual representation. Dive into the intricacies of PCB design as you place components and route traces to ensure optimal functionality and reliability. Overcome challenges and refine your design with trial and error routing techniques, and polish your board to perfection in the final stages. Join our community of learners and unlock the power of PCB design with Altium Designer.

     

    Course Description 

    This course is an excellent learning opportunity for those who are passionate about the topic and who are interested in a successful career within the relevant industry. Professionals currently working in this field who wish to brush up on their knowledge and advance their careers may also enrol in this program.   

    In the PCB Design: Make Arduino Nano using Altium Designer Course, you will find a number of engaging, in-depth modules that will provide you with comprehensive theoretical knowledge that will enable you to succeed in your career. As proof of your completion, you will receive a free e-certificate from Learndrive.

    Using computers, tablets, smartphones, and other internet-enabled devices, you can access the course modules at your own pace. Invest in your professional development today and learn skills that will lead to your dream job. Become a career leader by taking this course online.

    What Do You Get With The PCB Design: Make Arduino Nano using Altium Designer Course?

    • Premium Video Materials in bite-sized format for the most accessible learning experience
    • Free e-certificate after completing the course
    • Flexible study time and pace
    • Instructor-led Course

    Course Design

    Students can access the course using any internet-connected device through our online learning platform. You may study at your own pace since there are no formal deadlines or teaching schedules.

    Certification

    The learners who pass the course will receive a Learndrive Certificate as a badge of accomplishment. The e-certificate is free of charge. There is a small fee, however, if you want a hard copy of your certificate.

    Who Is This Course For?

    The course is right for you if you already work in this industry or want to make the transition. This PCB Design: Make Arduino Nano using Altium Designer Course is designed to enhance your expertise and improve your CV. 

    Requirements

    Students from all backgrounds are welcome to participate in the online training. There are no requirements for participation. The only prerequisite for studying this PCB Design: Make Arduino Nano using Altium Designer Course is an interest in learning and a good grasp of English, mathematics, and computer skills.

    Course Instructor

    Ashraf is an educator, Mechatronics engineer, electronics enthusiast, and programming hobbyist with over 11 years of teaching experience. He is the founder of Educational Engineering Team, a company dedicated to providing educational courses, articles, and support for electronics, programming, and STEM enthusiasts.

    He has authored four books on Microcontrollers and is known for his ability to simplify complex concepts through easy-to-understand videos and text. Additionally, he and his team work as freelance engineers, assisting students with their graduation projects and offering career guidance.

    Accreditation

    This course is accredited by CPDQE. The demand for professionals to engage in Continuing Professional Development is escalating, irrespective of the industry, career stage, or job function. CPD serves as an impactful mechanism for skill enhancement, maintaining the relevance of academic credentials, and strategically advancing one’s career. 

    This CPDQE Certified Course will ensure that you have obtained the required CPD trainings for your professional development.

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    Course Curriculum

    Introduction & Getting Started
    Introduction 00:03:00
    Download and Installing Altium Designer 00:07:00
    Altium Designer Interface Introduction 00:04:00
    Creating Component Libraries For Atmega
    Create Component Symbol & Add Pins 00:10:00
    Finishing the Schematic 00:13:00
    Link footprint with Schematic Library 00:03:00
    Adding the new Library File to your Design 00:03:00
    Creating the Atmega Component Symbol 00:13:00
    Creating the Atmega PCB Footprint 00:12:00
    Schematic Circuit Design
    Adding Components and Placing them on Schematic 00:03:00
    Adding Components Libraries 00:03:00
    ATMEGA Schematic Connection 00:13:00
    USB Connector Schematic 00:10:00
    Header Pins for Nano Board 00:10:00
    Adding Resistors LED Indicators Voltage Regulator 00:12:00
    Annotating and Compiling Project 00:03:00
    PCB Design
    Getting Started with the PCB Design Solve Errors 00:14:00
    Drawing The Board Shape 00:07:00
    Placing PCB Items
    Placing PCB Items Atmega and Headers 00:05:00
    ICSP SWITCH Resistor array crystal microusb 00:07:00
    FTDI Regulator Capacitors 00:06:00
    Routing
    Manual Routing 00:07:00
    AutoRouting 00:12:00
    Improve Routing - Trial and Error
    How to make the autorouting work for you 00:18:00
    Improve AutoRouting Trial and Error 00:10:00
    Finishing the Board
    Greber File and Bill of Material 00:08:00
    Who We Are?
    Who We Are 00:06:00
    Bonus Lecture: Coupons, Gifts and More
    Bonus Lecture Coupons, Gifts and More 00:17:00

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