Learning OrCAD/Allegro/PSpice can be tough
For 10 years, Kirsch Mackey struggled to finish simulations and projects using Allegro and PSpice. Then in 2014, he suddenly needed to teach university students Allegro and PSpice to finish their projects and graduate as electrical and electronics engineers. Every step from circuit concept to working prototype, Kirsch learned how they all tie together and how to account for them in the Cadence software. But learning Allegro/OrCAD was really hard.
Now Kirsch wants to share his knowledge, tips and tricks with you so you can finish your work sooner than later in OrCAD, PSpice and Allegro.
Everyone can learn this software
We believe in learning everything possible there is to know about the OrCAD and PSpice software tools to get your work done quickly. We believe in helping, whether you are the hobbyist who wants to learn a professional-level PCB software. Or if you are an inventor/entrepreneur building a top secret product. Or maybe you’re an engineer seeking new opportunities and must train in Allegro/OrCAD to make it possible…we believe in teaching for your learning style and meeting your goals in the ways you need them met.
Teaching the software so you can build hardware
We assume you have some understanding of electronic circuit theory (resistors, diodes, capacitors, inductors, etc.). Courses are mainly the software in an organized structured (but still creative) way, so you have one less barrier to your hardware bringup. We are teaching in phases, starting and focusing on simpler PCB designs, but using as many of the software features as possible. This reduces the instruction length while maximizing software feature knowledge. Eventually we will teach more complex designs.
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