- Introduction to OrCAD
- Mr. Kalen Brunham
162-225 Corydon Ave., Suite 306
Winnipeg, MB R3P 0N5
Phone: (204) 488-4795
Fax: (204) 488-9079
- 12 May 2002
- 1:00 to 5:00 PM
- University of Manitoba
Engineering Bldg., Room 517
Fort Garry Campus
Winnipeg, MB R3T 5V6
- MAIN TOPICS
- Basics of OrCAD Capture
- Basics of OrCAD Layout
- EXAMPLE STUDIES
- Multi-layer printed circuit board design with OrCAD.
- PCB footprint creation.
- PCB layout of the design circuit from basics of OrCAD capture.
- The introduction to OrCAD workshop is designed as a four-hour short course with both lecture and hands-on learning. The workshop will focus on the schematic and PCB design capabilities of OrCAD using OrCAD Capture and OrCAD Layout. The first component of the workshop discusses the basic OrCAD design flow, flat and hierarchical schematic design in OrCAD, an introduction to the OrCAD capture GUI, and part creation followed by the hands-on design of a simple circuit in OrCAD capture.
This is followed by fundamentals of layout design flow using OrCAD Layout with an overview of the OrCAD Layout GUI, multi layer board design with OrCAD, and PCB footprint creation. The hands-on design concludes this part of the workshop, with the PCB layout of the design circuit from basics of OrCAD capture.
- BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE
- Kalen Brunham obtained his B.Sc. (Computer Engineering) from the University of Manitoba in May 2000. During his undergraduate studies, he spent 18 months as an electronics designer intern at Vansco Electronics, Winnipeg. He is currently working on a Master's postgraduate degree with Professor Kinsner on compression for synthethic radar imaging applications. His research interests include embedded computing systems and the design of custom computing engines using programmable logic devices (PLDs). He is also working in conjunction with the Telecommunications Research Laboratories (TRLabs) as a graduate research fellow.
- MAXIMUM NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS
- CONTACT PERSON
- Prof. W. Kinsner, Ph.D., P.Eng.
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, MB R3T 5V6
- Each workshop requires payment of fees of $30 / $50 for IEEE members and students (before March 15 / after March 15) and $50 / $80 for IEEE non-members (before March 15 / after March 15). The fee will cover workshop materials and refreshments.