DBCE Holds Workshop on Circuit Simulation and Analysis using Proteus and TinkerCAD

DBCE News
 
23 Nov 2021
 
Don Bosco College of Engineering, Fatorda
 
Workshop

DBCE DBEATS participants at Circuit simulation and analysis workshop

Don Bosco College of Engineering’s (DBCE), Don Bosco Electronics and Telecommunication Society Student’s council (DBEATS) conducted a one-day workshop on, Circuit Simulation and Analysis using Proteus and TinkerCAD was conducted for the second year Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering students on November 13, 2021.

The main objective of the workshop was to design, simulate and analyze electronic circuits using industry-oriented software like Proteus and TinkerCAD. Assistant Professor Yeshudas Muttu explained the importance of software simulation and said, software circuit implementation is a good practice before mounting it using hardware devices. This was followed by simulation of various RC circuits, Amplifier, Automatic light detector circuit using LDR, etc. using Proteus software.

In the afternoon session, Assistant Professor Melba D’souza, explained about various libraries involved in TinkerCAD simulation platform. Use of input and output devices, simulation of various analog circuits, implementation of logic gates and Boolean expressions were demonstrated using TinkerCad Circuits platform.

Later, as part of project-based learning, the students worked on a Mini project using both the softwares.


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