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Arduino Nano PCB Designs with KiCad

You will be able to design your own Arduino PCB using the KiCad program with this course.
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In this course, we are designing the Arduino Nano board.

The KiCad program has been presented to us as a free program. Thanks to its easy and understandable interface, it makes designers comfortable to use.

By following our course, you can learn a new program and contribute to your personal development.

If you are tired of ready-made projects, if you want to design your own PCB board, this course is for you!

Note: Our course has been prepared by using AI technology. KiCad is a constantly updated program. This course was shot with KiCad 5. In this course, you will be able to quickly learn prototyping without going into too much detail. The important thing is to understand the design logic. The interfaces do not change too much and you can easily adapt to new updates.About KiCad

KiCad is an open source software suite for Electronic Design Automation (EDA). The programs handle Schematic Capture, and PCB Layout with Gerber output. The suite runs on Windows, Linux and macOS and is licensed under GNU GPL v3.

Mission Statement

The goal of the KiCad project is to provide the best possible cross platform electronics design application for professional electronics designers. Every effort is made to hide the complexity of advanced design features so that KiCad remains approachable by new and inexperienced users, but when determining the direction of the project and the priority of new features, the needs of professional users take precedence.

Project Governance

The KiCad project is governed by a technical committee made up of the members of the lead development team. Most decisions are made by a consensus of the technical committee. When a consensus cannot be reached the final decision is made by the project leader.


KiCad was first released in 1992 by its original author, Jean-Pierre Charras. It has been in continual development since then and is now managed by the KiCad Development Team.

The name of KiCad comes from the first letters of a company of Jean-Pierre Charras’ friend “Ki” being combined with “Cad”. But it now has no meaning other than being the name of the software suite. Mentioned by Jean-Pierre in an email.

More KiCad history, general information, and advancements can be found in Wayne’s 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2021 FOSDEM presentations.

How long do I have access to the course materials?
You can view and review the lecture materials indefinitely, like an on-demand channel.
Can I take my courses with me wherever I go?
Definitely! If you have an internet connection, courses on Udemy are available on any device at any time. If you don't have an internet connection, some instructors also let their students download course lectures. That's up to the instructor though, so make sure you get on their good side!
Course details
Video 4 hours
Lectures 1
Certificate of Completion

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