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DEPARTMENT OF AERONAUTICS AND ASTRONAUTICS AERO ASTRO 16.682 - Prototyping Avionics Spring 2006 Instructor Instructor Alvar Saenz-Otero Alvar Saenz-Otero
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Outline Class organization Motivation, objectives (Re-) Introduction to Design Requirements, Design Processes, Why “Prototype” now? Subject overview Overview of EE concepts Show & tell of software we will use “The scientist seeks to understand what is; the engineer seeks to create what never was” Von Karman Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2 16.682 - Prototyping Avionics
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Motivation Before Now ~$50 PCB ~$2-5K ~$500± Massachusetts Institute of Technology 3 16.682 - Prototyping Avionics
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Objectives Bottom line: Learn to make printed circuit boards More in depth: Identify the main components of an avionics prototype Use schematic capture software to create detailed schematics Use PCB layout programs to create avionics boards Assembly avionics PCBs Understand the test and debug processes for avionics Massachusetts Institute of Technology 4 16.682 - Prototyping Avionics
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Class Organization “Prototype” class Builds upon the “rapid prototyping” of mechanical hardware (by Oliver deWeck) given during IAP First class to introduce prototyping of PCB’s at MIT Aero/Astro 6 unit class 2-2-2 2 hour of lecture pract ically every week you are expected to spend two hours in lab during the PCB design phase about 2 hour s of homework during t he first month, then documentation of project Massachusetts Institute of Technology 5 16.682 - Prototyping Avionics
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Class Overview Two main sections of the class 1) Electronics review 4 weeks to review analog and digital electronics Will reverse-engineer circuits and create some of our own 2) PCB design Schematic capture - how your circ uit works, captured electronically PCB layout PCB l - act ayout - act ually “drawing” how the printed circuit board looks lik the printed circuit board looks like ually “drawing” how Week 1± Week 2± Week 3± Week 4± Week 5± Week 6± Week 7± Week 8± Week 9± Week 10± Week 11± Week 12± Week 13± Week 14 ± Electronics Review± Schematics± PCB’s± Assembly and debug± Documentation± Massachusetts Institute of Technology 6 16.682 - Prototyping Avionics
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Grading & Deliverables Based on the two parts of the class 4 problem sets, total 30%, of electronics review Will directly cover the topics of that week 50% will be the schematics and layout projects Will incrementally build on the 20% on documenting the projects Creating a “data sheet” of the project and a final report Criteria Weight Homework± Documentation: functional± Schematic± Layout Documentation: test, debug, results 30%± 10%± 25%± 25%± 10%± Massachusetts Institute of Technology 7 16.682 - Prototyping Avionics
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Resources Textbook None required - we’ll learn to find and read data-sheets Laboratory Main area: (through April) All computers have schematic and layout sof
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