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Artificial Intelligence | Automation | Embedded Software | Mechatronics| Motor Control | RF & End Launch Applications | Single Board Computers | Secure MCUs | Tools & Test Equipment | Variable Frequency | Voltage References
This learning modules covers the basic concepts of artificial intelligences, including machine and deep learning, along with typical AI applications.
This learning module will provide the fundamentals and guidelines for designing an industrial control panel.
This learning module covers embedded operating systems, as well as discussions on Embedded Linux, Android, Windows CE, and RTOS.
This learning module is an introduction to radio frequency (RF) electronics, including modulation, antenna types, transmission lines and end launch.
This learning module is an introduction to mechatronics technology, including its processes, systems, components, and applications.
Learn the essentials of electric motors, various types of DC motors, and the electronic circuits required to drive them.
Find out what makes a single board computer unique and what it holds for the future.
This learning module is an introduction to edge networks, edge computing, and secure microcontrollers used for IoT edge applications.
This learning module covers the basics of spectrum analyzers, including their architecture, types, functions, and operation.
This learning module covers the fundamentals of variable frequency drives for speed control of three-phase AC induction motors.
This learning module is an introduction to voltage references, covering fundamentals in measurement parameters, types, and applications.
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The Connectors modules focus on connection technology and design, including types, construction and applications.
The IoT modules focus on IoT technology and design, including security, communication protocols, platforms, and applications.
The Op Amps modules focus on op amp types, class, operation, and applications.
The Power modules focus on AC/DC theory, types, energy storage and energy harvesting applications.
The Programmable Logic modules focus on logic gates, Boolean algebra, combinatorial circuits, FPGAs, heterogeneous SoCs, HDL and programming languages, architectures, and development cycle methodology.