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Learn PCB Design By Designing an Arduino Nano in Altium

Arduino Startups, Masters Degree in Electronic Engineering

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21 Videos (2h 54m)
    • 1.3 Download and Install

      1:50
    • 1.4 Obtaining an Altium Licence

      1:54
    • 1.5 Introduction to the Altium Interface

      2:25
    • 2.1 Creating the Atmega328 Part 1 Component Symbol

      11:19
    • 2.2 Creating the Atmega 328 Part 2 PCB Footprint

      9:14
    • 2.3 Creating Headers (Optional Lecture) with Audio

      14:42
    • 2.4 Adding 3D Bodies to Components

      5:47
    • 3.1 Placing Components in Schematic View

      9:13
    • 3.2 Wiring Components Part 1

      9:28
    • 3.3 Wiring Components Part 2

      8:13
    • 3.4 Wiring Components and using Net Labels Part 3

      8:12
    • 3.5 Keeping things Neat in Altium Schematic View

      6:53
    • 3.6 Annotating Components and Compiling Project

      2:01
    • 4.1 Defining Board Shape

      5:25
    • 4.2 Placing components in PCB view

      13:03
    • 4.3 Routing and Autorouting

      11:30
    • 4.4 Eliminating Errors and Design Rule Check Part 1

      18:50
    • 4.5 Eliminating Errors and Design Rule Check Part 2

      14:35
    • 4.6 Eliminating Errors and Design Rule Check Part 3

      5:38
    • 4.7 Cleaning the PCB (Edges and Text Strings)

      5:18
    • 5.1 Generating the Manufacturer Gerber Files and Bill of Materials

      8:08