BEC 101: Introduction to Basic Digital Electronic Course
No previous electronics/programming experience is required for this course, only basic PC usage is essential. This course focuses on introducing the participants to the basics of electronics. It brings the students to a point where they are able to apply the principles of basic electronics and also start designing simple circuits. Hands on lab will provide experience in designing of simple circuits.
- Five days at 5 hours per day.
- Comprehensive delegate handbook and a CD with course content and free software tools*.
- Provide understanding of essentials of PIC microcontrollers design and programming using assembly language.
- Demonstrate practically design and implementation of a simple circuit board.
Participants Will Learn
- Interpretation of circuit diagrams.
- The fundamentals of digital electronics.
- Design and fabrication of a simple circuit board (Hardware)
- General introduction to electronics principles, discrete components, review of basics of electronic circuit concept, introduction to PIC microcontrollers, sourcing and sinking techniques, soldering, reading schematics, reading datasheets.
- Day 2 would involve a hands-on lab on the design and implementation of a simple circuit board.
- Practical use of discrete components such as capacitors, resistors, transistors, inductors, crystals, diodes, LEDs, etc.