About the Book :
Electronic Product Design is intended to serve as a text for undergraduate students of electronics and telecommunication engineering. Increasing automation in product development, rapid growth in technologies and changing needs of customer have brought revolution in the electronic product design practices. To fulfill these requirements, this text comprehensively discusses theory and practices of electronic product design. The book explains product assessment with introduction to basics of reliability and causes of failures. Analyzing the current trends followed in the industry, the text suggests practical design guidelines and methods applied to single prototype, instrument or product, as well as mass production. This text also contains material related to software models and quality of software development processes. Besides, the book has detailed coverage of tests carried out on electronic products and various standards used.
About the Author :
R.G. KADUSKAR, M.S. in Electronics & Control and M.E. in Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering, is assistant professor in the Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering at Pune Vidyarthi Grihas College of Engineering & Technology. Prof. Kaduskar teaches courses on Electronic Product Design, Electromagnetic Engineering and Power Electronics. His main areas of interest include VLSI Design, Mathematical Modeling and Simulation. Prof. Kaduskar has also authored Network Fundamentals and Analysis, Principles of Electromagnetics and Network Synthesis and Filter Design (with Wiley India).V.B. BARU, M.E. in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering and pursuing Ph.D., is assistant professor in the Department of Electronics and Telecommunications, Sinhgad College of Engineering, Pune. Prof. Baru teaches topics on Basic Electronics Engineering, Electronic Devices and Circuits, Linear Integrated Circuits, Analog Integrated Circuits, Mechanical Measurement and Control, Applied Electronics, Electronic Design, Electronics System Design, Consumer Electronics, Opto-Electronics, Electronic Product Design, Audio-Video Engineering and Multimedia Techniques, and Embedded Video.
Interesting Facts :
Uses a lucid language to explain the basic concepts of the subject in stepwise methods.Lists learning goals in the beginning of each chapter.Conceptualizes the coverage of each chapter with the help of appropriate illustrations.Reviews the current trends followed in industries.Discusses theories supported with suitable examples based on examination questions.Provides in-depth understanding of the technology of printable circuit boards (PCBs). Focuses on the importance of ergonomics, noise and aesthetics in design consideration.Highlights the importance of good documentation in product development.Includes excellent pedagogy:figuresables olved examplesreview questionsMCQs
1. Product Design and Development 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Product Development Basics 1.3 Product Development Stages 1.4 Identification of the Customer Requirements 1.5 Designing the Product (or R&D Prototype) 1.6 Techno-Commercial Feasibility of a Product 1.7 Pilot Production Batch 1.7.1 Environmental Testing 1.7.2 Quality Assurance Testing1.8 Product Assessment 1.9 Availability 1.10 Screening Test of Component 1.11 Redundancy 1.12 Effects of Environmental Conditions on Reliability 1.13 Comparison Between Repairable and Non-Repairable Systems 1.14 Failure Rates of Electronic Components 1.15 Ergonomic and Aesthetic Design Considerations 2. Packaging, Noise and Heat Management 2.1 Introduction to Product Packaging and Storage 2.2 Estimation of Power Supply Requirements 2.3 Estimation of Power Supply Sizing for CMOS Digital ICS2.4 Types of Power Supply2.5 Power Supply Protection Devices2.6 Transient Voltage Suppressor (Tranzorbs) 2.7 Metal-Oxide Varistor 2.8 Fuses2.9 Line Filters2.10 Noise Consideration of a Typical System2.11 Noise in Electronic Circuits2.12 How to Measure Noise?2.13 Grounding2.14 Shielding 2.15 Guarding 2.16 Enclosure Sizing and Supply Requirements2.17 Selection of Material for Enclosure 2.18 Tests Carried Out on the Enclosure 2.19 Thermal Management 3. Fundamentals of PCB and PCB Design3.1 Introduction to PCBs3.2 Layout3.3 Issues Related to PCB Size3.4 Interconnection Parameters3.5 Recommendations for Power and Ground Traces Routing3.6 PCB Design for Digital Circuits3.7 Noise due to Ground and Supply Line3.8 Grounds, Returns and Shields3.9 PCB Design Rules for Analog Circuits3.10 Design Issues Related to Supply and Ground Conductors3.11 Multilayer Boards3.12 Component Assembly Techniques3.13 Testing of Assembled PCBs3.14 Board Layout Checklist3.15 Bare Board Testing3.16 Testing of Multilayer PCB3.17 Comparison of PCBs4. Modern PCB Design4.1 Introduction4.2 Computer-Aided Design4.3 Automation in Design4.4 Soldering Techniques4.5 Solderability Testing4.6 Packages for Semiconductor Devices and ICs4.7 Reliability Issues in ICs4.8 Parasitic Elements4.9 High-Speed PCBs and Parasitic Elements4.10 PCB Designing for Microprocessor-Based Circuits4.11 High-Speed PCB Design4.12 Design Considerations in High-Speed PCBs4.13 Component Mounting under Vibration4.14 SMDs 4.15 Cable5. Hardware Design and Testing Methods5.1 Introduction5.2 Logic Analyzer5.3 Uses of Logic Analyzer5.4 Oscilloscope5.5 Oscilloscope Probes5.6 Signal Integrity5.7 Use and Limitations of Different Types of Analysis5.8 SPICE5.9 Monte-Carlo Analysis5.10 Evolution of Virtual Instrumentation6. Software Design and Testing Methods6.1 Introduction6.2 Phases of Software Design6.3 Goals of Software Design6.4 Design of Structured Program6.5 Testing and Debugging of Program6.6 Algorithmic State Machine6.7 Finite State Machines6.8 Selection of Language for Software Development6.9 Assemblers6.10 Compilers6.11 Simulators6.12 Emulators7. Electronic Product Testing7.1 Introduction7.2 Environmental Testing7.3 Temperature Testing7.4 Thermal Modeling of Components7.5 Humidity Testing7.6 Electrical Overstress Testing7.7 Altitude Testing7.8 Special Testing7.9 Environmental Test Chambers and Rooms7.10 Various Tests on Enclosures7.11 EMI and EMC Related Testing7.12 EMC and Compliance7.13 Conducted Emission Test Using Time Domain Principle7.14 Radiated Emission Test7.15 Importance of Standards7.16 Standards and Standard Developing Organizations7.17 List of Some Standards7.18 CE Marking and Certification7.19 UL Marking and Certification7.20 IEC Standards7.21 IEC Safety Standards: CAT Standards8. Product Documentation8.1 Introduction8.2 Types of Documentation8.3 How to Prepare an Effective Document8.4 PCB Documentation8.5 Lamination Process8.6 Plating8.7 Drilling Details8.8 Bill of Material: A Documentation of Part List8.9 Interconnection Diagram8.10 Control Panel Layout8.11 Manual Types8.12 Software Documentation