Designing the pcb once you have the parts on hand and building them on the breadboard is a required step of your project.

Posted: November 6th, 2022

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Project requirements:
‐Boards may be either analog, digital or mixed‐signal.
‐If you are using a circuit design that is not your own, make sure you include a link to the source of the circuit. ‐All board designs need to adhere to the PCB design principles learned/will be learning in class this semester and implemented in KiCAD.
‐Designs need to contain at least 12 discrete components (which may include both electronic as well as mechanical parts). Some duplicate components may be factored in to this minimum count, but you cannot have a circuit that has for instance 2 different discrete components (e.g. you cannot have a board that only has 6 resistors and 6 LEDs).
‐Boards need to be powered up either via batteries, a computer, or a single board computer like Raspberry Pi, Beaglebone, or an adaptor (wall wart).
‐Proper connectors need to be used to interface your board to the power source (or a battery holder if you are using a battery)
‐Designs may include programmable components. ‐Selected components (and corresponding board design) can be either Through‐hole (THT) or Surface Mounted (SMT). You may use either one or both in your board design, however keep in mind that soldering SMD components will pose more of a challenge compared to THT.
‐Boards need to be at least 2 layers. ‐Appropriate components need to be selected from various electronic suppliers (e.g. Jameco, Mouser, Digikey, Adafruit, Sparkfun, etc.)
‐Boards need to be sent for manufacture to OSHPARK.
‐Part of the successful development of a PCB involves simulation prior to manufacture. Simulation of your circuit prior to manufacture is highly encouraged. KiCAD has a built‐in circuit SPICE simulator. Other tools are available including OrCAD Pspice, Circuitlab etc.
‐Also part of the successful development of a PCB involves ordering parts and using those parts to build a circuit on a breadboard to make sure the circuit functions properly. Designing the PCB once you have the parts on hand and building them on the breadboard is a required step of your project.

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