Electronic Techniques : Shop Practices and Construction
For courses in Electronic Fabrication.This solid classic presents a practical and realistic approach for developing skills in planning, designing and constructing electronic equipment. Its logical presentation helps beginning technicians become competent in all aspects of electronic packaging design and fabrication techniques. Practical and easy-to-read, with a perfect balance of principle and practice, the text provides extensive coverage of important topics that reflect the rapid, on-going changes continuously reshaping the electronic packaging industry and the specialized skills that go with them.
- Hardback | 688 pages
- 208.3 x 269.2 x 40.6mm | 1,270.07g
- 30 Mar 2001
- Pearson Education (US)
- Upper Saddle River, NJ, United States
- 7th edition
Back cover copy
The electronic packaging industry continues to undergo rapid change, and currently there is no end in sight to this progress. The adoption of new device packages for high-density assemblies in conjunction with more functionally-complicated, printed circuit board technologies bring about ever more sophisticated design, construction, and packaging techniques that require today's technician to possess special skills. The seventh edition of "Electronic Techniques: Shop Practices and Construction" continues to present a practical and realistic approach for developing the new skills necessary for planning, designing, and constructing state-of-the-art electronic equipment. The new material added to this edition serves to strengthen and update this highly successful text, designed to fulfill the needs of technicians seeking competency in all aspects of electronic design and fabrication techniques. Clear, detailed explanations are combined with a multitude of figures and drawings to provide the most up-to-date coverage anywhere. In addition, the end-of-chapter exercises (short-answer, true/false, matching, multiple choice, and problems) help to reinforce the objectives introduced within the chapter. Features new to the seventh edition include: Chapter 1 has been updated and uses a newer version of PSpice(r) in explanations, examples, and exercises. Chapter 27 is entirely new. This innovative addition addresses the valuable topic of electronic devices for student projects. New appendices complement the new material introduced in chapter 27 and provide a quick reference to manufacturers' and suppliers' websites. Several new additions (to reflect changes made to the student text) have also been made to the Instructor's Manual (0-13-091363-4) .to accompany this text.
Table of contents
UNIT ONE: CIRCUIT DESIGN AND PROJECT PLANNING. 1. Designing a 5-Volt Switching-Regulator Power Supply. 2. Planning and Designing Electronic Equipment. 3. Packaging Design. 4. Preparing Detailed Drawings. UNIT TWO: DESIGNING PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS WITH CAD TECHNIQUES. 5. Printed Circuit Board Materials. 6. Single-Sided Printed Circuit Board Design: The Preliminary Sketch. 7. Drawing PCB Artworks with Computer-Aided Drafting Techniques. 8. Double-Sided Plated-Through-Hole and Multilayer Printed Circuit Artwork and Design Concepts. UNIT THREE: PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD FABRICATION AND INSPECTION. 9. PCB Photographic Processes. 10. Single-Sided PCB Processing: Print-and-Etch Technique. 11. Double-Sided PCB Processing: Electroless Copper Deposition and Copper Flash Plating. 12. Double-Sided PCB Processing: Imaging. 13. Double-Sided PCBs: Final Fabrication Processes. 14. Multilayer PCB Fabrication. 15. Quality Assurance Inspection Procedures for PCBs. UNIT FOUR: PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD COMPONENT ASSEMBLY AND SOLDERING. 16. PCB Hardware and Component Assembly. 17. PCB Soldering. 18. Surface Mount Technology. UNIT FIVE: CHASSIS FABRICATION AND METAL FINISHING TECHNIQUES. 19. Shearing. 20. Chassis Layout. 21. Drilling, Reaming, and Punching. 22. Metal Cutting. 23. Bending. 24. Metal Finishing and Labeling. UNIT SIX: CHASSIS HARDWARE AND WIRING. 25. Chassis Hardware and Assembly. 26. Wire and Interconnection Techniques. UNIT SEVEN: STUDENT PROJECTS. 27. Electronic Devices for Student Projects. 28. Introductory-Level Student Projects. 29. Advanced-Level Student Projects. Appendices. Bibliography. Index.