Electronics or electrical engineering is amazingly wide and rich topic, that one can devote it’s lifetime to and still not be able to grasp all it’s aspects. From the microscopic chips in your phone, to the megawatt motor drives, the art of electronics sustains our everyday life as we know it.
Ever wanted to learn how to make electronics work for you? Automate your home, or build your own gadget? Well, you don`t need to have a bachelor in Electronics in order to start exploring this vast field of wonders. What you need and get from this course is a good basis to start improving on your own. We will take you through the different branches of electronics: Power electronics, Microelectronics, Embedded systems and much more. You will meet the basic laws of electricity, their mathematical expressions and easy to understand analogues that can help you understand and remember them. You will learn about the basic components in an electric circuit: resistors, capacitors, inductors, transistors, op-amps and others. We will show you how you can continue learning about electronics on your own with the help of books, online lectures and computer simulators.
This course is meant for everyone who has interest in electronics and it’s applications and want’s to start practicing it on their own, but doesn’t study electrical engineering.
Of course people who study engineering may comprehend the material much easier, but if you have knowledge in school level maths you will be fine. Some knowledge about functions and their graphical representation will make your life easier, but it`s not necessary.