Grundlagen des Entwickelns elektronischer Baugruppen und Geršte
Jens Lienig, Hans BrŁmmer
2014, 242 pages,
Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg
ISBN 978-3-642-40962-2 (eBook)
Electronic systems, such as
cell phones and computers, are the building blocks of modern life. These
systems require a set of fundamental technologies that include not only
microelectronics but also system level components, such as printed
circuit boards, mechanical and optical components, and system level
connections. For these to be integrated into systems, they must be
simulated, designed, reliability assured, thermally analyzed and
adjusted for electromagnetic compatibility.
Electronic systems design comprises all these tasks.
This book covers the design of electronic systems from the ground up,
from drawing and CAD essentials all the way to end-of-life recycling requirements. Chapter by
chapter, it covers the challenges today's system developer faces:
the design process and its fundamentals, such as technical drawings,
circuit schematics and
CAD methodologies (Chapter 2); electronic system levels, assembly and packaging issues,
required IEC protection classes and IP codes (Chapter 3); reliability analysis (Chapter
4); thermal management and cooling (Chapter 5); and electromagnetic
compatibility (EMC, Chapter 6). This comprehensive book concludes with
requirements for recycling
and environmental-friendly design principles (Chapter 7).
Link to the English version "Fundamentals of Electronic Systems Design"