Best Electronics Courses

Find the best online Electronics Courses for you. The courses are sorted based on popularity and user ratings. We do not allow paid placements in any of our rankings. We also have a separate page listing only the Free Electronics Courses.

Crash Course Electronics and PCB Design

Learn Electronics and PCB Design from the Ground up with Altium CircuitMaker and Labcenter Proteus

Created by Andre LaMothe - Computer Scientist / Embedded Engineer / Author

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Students: 41986, Price: $94.99

Students: 41986, Price:  Paid

Crash Course Electronics was designed for one thing -- to take you from mystery to mastery in Electronics and PCB Design. This massive course was custom made for those interested in learning electronics from the ground up that wish to leverage that knowledge to build actual printed circuit boards (PCBs). There is no other course like this in existence that has the depth and breadth of Crash Course Electronics. The course starts with atomic physics and the electron, before you know it you are learning Ohm's Law, circuit analysis, AC, DC, complex impedance, RC and RL circuits,  filters, amplifiers, transistors, FETs,  analog and digital theory -- too much to list here! 

But, unlike other courses that are highly technical and math based. Crash Course Electronics was designed to be taken as a journey with the instructor. Each lecture building on the last, each new concept like a new puzzle approached in many different ways. The most complex topics and mathematical concepts are distilled down into understandable lectures and we have a lot of fun doing it! I had to learn this stuff at one point and remember how hard it was, so I approach each lecture as if we are both learning for the first time and make no assumptions about what you know or don't know.

As we progress through the lectures, expect to see every circuit and idea worked out on the black board, virtually simulated (with Labcenter Proteus), and built by hand right in front of your eyes in high def, ultra clean video and audio. Not only will you learn all the theory and practical aspects of Electrical Engineering, but my 35+ years of experience with electronics will be downloaded to your brain with countless real-world tips and tricks that will take you from a hobbyist to a deep understanding of the subject matter. 

Then when we have all the basic electronic theory under our belts, buckle in for something you have never seen -- we will build, not one, not two, but three complete products! We will talk about the design, the motivation, look up parts, background information, and then design the circuits together like colleagues, lay them out in Altium CircuitMaker, route them, verify and produce manufacturing files. If that wasn't enough, we will take those files and go out on internet and send them to a number of online manufactures and get them ready for production, all you have to do is hit SUBMIT!

Last, but not least -- the course is based on my college text book "Design Your Own Video Game Console" aka "The Black Art of Video Game Console Design" -- this 800+ page book is included free of charge (the PDF version) with the course. Although, we won't be talking about game consoles in this course, we will be using the text for its theory, electrical engineering and PCB design chapters.

The Complete Electronics Course 2021: Analog Hardware Design

Over 25.000+ enrolled! Learn Electronics from Zero To An Advanced Understanding of How Circuits Work !

Created by Hardware Academy - Hardware designer with BS in Electrical Engineering

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Students: 29031, Price: $109.99

Students: 29031, Price:  Paid

Have you ever wondered why understanding electronics is difficult? Is it because electronics is really that difficult? Or is it because teachers' explanations are difficult to understand and they use outdated teaching methods? Whatever is the case, Hardware Academy is here to provide high-quality courses that will cover 2 years of educational courses that you could get by attending a BSc in Electrical Engineering. We will start from the fundamentals and as we progress, we will try to understand more and more complicated circuits (which you will find out later that there are not even that complicated !).

Each chapter will have multiple exercises (questions with multiple answers) that you will have to complete (like a test) so that we know if you have paid attention or not and if you succeed,  you can proceed further with the courses.

The simulator that we will use is available for free for everyone and based on multiple reviews, the simulator that we are going to use is the best tool if you want to understand how circuits work! (and it's so much fun to use it ! )

We can guarantee that you will understand each course since we tried hard to explain in the most coherent way (also in the simplest way but at the same time reaching more complex topics)  using one of the best software to simulate the circuits which will be an eye-opener for you.

Start learning Electronics with us today!

Electricity & electronics – Robotics, learn by building

Over 21,000 enrolled! Open career opportunities and have fun learning electronics focused on building robots/automation!

Created by Ian Juby - Robotics engineer & Educator at Tech Valley Science Centre

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Students: 25303, Price: $99.99

Students: 25303, Price:  Paid

You can open all kinds of doors for advancement in so many careers with a basic understanding of electronics. Think of all of the fields and hobbies that involve electronics to some degree! This "Robotics: Learn by building" series of courses focuses on robotics - which itself is a very diverse field that has application in everything from industry, manufacturing, laboratory work, or military, even in home automation. 

Updated November 15, 2020

With over 21,000 students enrolled and more than 2,100 five star ratings, students aged 8 to 60+ have enjoyed the course and projects.

In this module 1 course, you will build electronic circuits, actually make some electronic components from scratch and use them in your circuits, learn about electricity, soldering skills, and basic analog electronics.  You'll need some basic math skills and that's it! No prior knowledge of electricity of electronics is required, and yet by the end of this course you'll have built functioning electronic circuits like light flashers, sound effects, and controlling the robotics engineer's best friend, the servo motor which is a motor that turns to a specific direction at your command. You will have even connected that servo motor up to read electrical impulses from the muscles in your arm to control the motor bionically. All courses have captions for the hearing impaired.

Start through the lessons today to begin your personal education journey towards your goals - a horizon now filled with so many more opportunities because of your new-found knowledge.


Course materials:

You will need electronic parts and a breadboard, which you can purchase as an accompanying kit (the Analog Electronics Kit) or provide your own.

The first section of the course (available for free preview) explains what the tools and parts are and what you will need if you are supplying your own electronic parts. 

Tools needed: a multimeter, soldering iron and solder, wire,

This course is the prerequisite for the module II course which is digital electronics where you will work with a computer-on-a-chip and hook that computer up to the real world.  In module III you'll learn robotic drive systems and physics, and gain a wide variety of skills in prototyping so you can actually build your own robots and manufacture your own parts.  In module IV, you'll culminate all you've learned so far as you build a 3D printer from scratch, hook it up to a desktop computer and make your own plastic parts.  The 3D printer is, in effect, a robot which you can then use to make parts for your other robot designs. In module V you can take your robot design and construction skills to the next level with a hands-on approach to autonomous robotic systems: learning about various sensors to know where you are and what your robot is doing, GPS navigation, basic artificial intelligence, powerful microchips known as FPGA's where you literally design a custom circuit on the chip, vision systems and more.

Arduino Embedded C With Electronics/Schematics/PCB

Learn all about schematics, Printed Circuit Boards and Firmware Programming With Embedded C

Created by Daniel McCarthy - Compiler developer in my spare time

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Students: 17751, Price: $89.99

Students: 17751, Price:  Paid

In this course you will learn all about the Arduino board and how to program it. We go through various stages in this course and you are taught all about the basics of electronics and how to program Arduino firmware with Embedded C.

If you have never even picked up a wire in your life then this course is for you, by the end of this course you will have all the experience you need to get a good grade in a university module that's based on Arduino. You will have the experience required to further your education and you will know how to create some really fun little exercises in Arduino.

Not to mention you will also understand the basics of electronics at a fundamental level and have experience with various components such as resistors, LED's, diodes, capacitors and much more.

You are taught all about schematics and how to read and write them, as well as how to create printed circuit boards from these schematics so that you can have your very own circuit board shipped to your home based on your design!

This course also includes a Whack A Mole Game where you are taught how to create your very own little Arduino electronic game using LED's  and push buttons

This course has a 30 day money back guarantee if you are not satisfied you can have your money back

Electronics Mastery – The beginner’s course in electronics

The crucial physics, electronics and electrical engineering concepts you need to design and build electronic circuits

Created by Lab Awesome - Expert Physics and Engineering teaching

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Students: 16763, Price: $79.99

Students: 16763, Price:  Paid

Understand everything you need to know about electronics and electronic engineering without expensive course fees and unnecessary mathematical details.

Electronics Mastery guides you through the fundamental physics and electrical engineering ideas that underpin how circuits work. Throughout the course the aim is to teach you how circuits work, not just a boatload of equations.

In a clear and fast paced way, I will guide you through exactly what current, voltage and resistance are and, most importantly, how this knowledge can be applied to real circuits. Video lectures are a mix of slides, circuit simulations and video of myself and you will be taken from beginner level to having a good, sound understanding of the most important concepts in electronics.

I've worked hard to trim any unnecessary details from my explanations so you can understand the important ideas in electronics and electrical engineering fast!

As an experienced teacher, I have designed the course from the ground up with the latest educational theory in mind. Content is chunked and revisited to ensure long understanding. I want you to fully understand and remember everything you learn in Electronics Mastery as it will help you in the future!

There is some maths in the course but it a basic knowledge of high school algebra will be more than enough to access everything.

Each video lecture is accompanied by some multiple choice quiz questions or exam style questions to help cement your electronics understanding and pick up on any misconceptions. Some lectures have exam questions with video tutorials to explain the answers and reinforce the electronics theory you have learnt.

Maybe you've tried to learn electronics and electrical circuits before? There is no need to keep struggling! Electronics Mastery makes things clear and simple.

The Complete Basic Electricity & Electronics Course

Learn how Electricity, Electronic Components and Circuits work. Join over 5,000 happy students!

Created by Fabrizio Guerrieri - Electrical Engineer and Teacher

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Students: 13433, Price: $99.99

Students: 13433, Price:  Paid

WHAT'S IN IT FOR YOU?

Knowledge of Electricity and Electronics is extremely valuable nowadays!

Electronic circuits are everywhere, from computers and smartphones, to home appliances and cars. Think of all the everyday objects that are becoming “smart”... in the future, most of the things that we own will contain some electronics. Jobs in electronics are in high demand and well paid in almost every country!

Building electronic products is incredibly rewarding, whether you do it professionally or just as a hobby. There is just something different and exciting about designing something physical that can be hold in one’s hand and that interacts with the outside world, and today it has become incredibly easy to get started thanks to cheap development boards such as the Arduino and Raspberry Pi, combined with the right knowledge.

Differently than what happens in other disciplines, knowledge of Electronics does not become obsolete, but it is always current as it is intimately connected to physics and to the fundamental laws of nature. Hence, while new components and chips might come along every year, the fundamental principles of Electronics always stay the same.

WHAT'S DIFFERENT ABOUT THIS COURSE?

While most of the material and courses available online tend to be high-level and focused on applications (for instance, it shows students how to connect components on a breadboard to create a circuit), the goal of this course is to explain the fundamental concepts of Electricity and Electronics, to allow you to fully understand how circuits work. Every topic is addressed starting from the first principles of the underlying physics and fundamental laws, and only later the acquired knowledge is used to explain how to design more complex circuits for different applications.

WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?

  • Fundamental concepts of Electricity (Current, Energy, Voltage, Power)

  • Most important electronic components (Resistor, Capacitors, Diodes, etc)

  • The main laws governing currents and voltages in circuits (Ohm’s law, Kirchhoff’s laws, etc)

  • Interface with Microcontrollers (coming soon)

ANY PREREQUISITE?

This is an introductory course about the theory of Electricity and Electronics, so no previous knowledge is required. To get the best out of the lessons, students should be comfortable with some basic arithmetic as I will often write and solve equations, in particular when analyzing simple circuits. Understanding a bit of physics can help too, but it is not required. Most importantly, no special hardware or software is required.

Basic electronics for Arduino Makers

An introduction to electronics to help you make the most from your Arduino or other prototyping platform.

Created by Dr. Peter Dalmaris - Educator and Author of "Maker Education Revolution".

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Students: 11819, Price: $99.99

Students: 11819, Price:  Paid

Are you an Arduino maker, able to make things by following how-to guides and are confident with writing or modifying sketches, yet you are not so confident about things like calculating transistor currents, voltage drops and using capacitors as filters?

You are not alone. I have been teaching Arduino and Raspberry Pi topics for years. During this time I have realized that while these platforms are great for helping you to start tinkering with electronics, you will not be able to truly enjoy their power until you have understood basic electronics.

This is what this course is about. It is about helping you achieve a better level of understanding of the basic electronics principles and components that are commonly used in making on platforms like the Arduino and the Raspberry Pi.

I have designed this course for anyone with a basic understanding of electronics, who has already spent time tinkering with Arduinos. 

By the end of this course, you will have learned how to use commonly used components found in Arduino projects. You will also have learned how to do the relevant measurements and calculations to help you select appropriate components for your projects. 

To complete this course, you will need a few cheap and common components and tools: resistors, capacitors, transistors, LED, diodes, and batteries. You will also need a multimeter, a small breadboard and jumper wires. All of these are probably things that you already have.

Digital Electronics: Robotics, learn by building module II

Over 9,800 enrolled! Open doors to careers and hobbies and have fun while learning digital electronics!

Created by Ian Juby - Robotics engineer & Educator at Tech Valley Science Centre

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Students: 11428, Price: $99.99

Students: 11428, Price:  Paid

Building on the knowledge you gained in the Analog Electronics module opens even more doors to diverse careers and hobbies. Think about how many industries / businesses / hobbies that involve computers or computer control. Even automobiles are chock full of digital electronics now. All of this involves digital electronics, and you want in on it today. In this module 2 course, you will build digital electronic circuits, use and program microcontrollers like the PIC and Arduino, and connect to the real world with them. You'll need a good understanding of basic electronics (i.e., you've completed the Robotics: Learn by building, module I), some basic math skills, a computer, and that's it!

With over 9,800 students enrolled and more than 300 five star ratings, students aged 8 to 60+ have enjoyed the course and its projects.

No prior knowledge of digital electronics or programming is required, and yet by the end of this course you'll have built functioning digital electronic circuits like a digital memory, and programmed microcontrollers which are basically a computer on a microchip. You will connect these to the real world for home automation and of course, controlling your robots. All courses have captions for the hearing impaired.


Course materials:

You will need the analog electronic parts and a breadboard, which you can purchase as an accompanying kit (i.e., the Analog Electronics Kit from module I) or provide your own.

You will also need the digital electronics kit which again you can purchase as an accompanying kit or provide your own parts. The first lesson is a walk-through of what is in the kit and acts as a parts list for this module.

This series of "Robotics: Learn by building" modules has an end-goal focus on the diverse field of robotics. In module I we learned the basics of electricity and electronics. In this module II you further develop your knowledge and skills to include digital electronics and practice your skills on real-life digital components. 

This course is the prerequisite for the module III course where you'll learn robotic drive systems and physics, and gain a wide variety of skills in prototyping so you can actually build your own robots and manufacture your own parts. In module IV, you'll culminate all you've learned so far as you build a 3D printer from scratch, hook it up to a desktop computer and make your own plastic parts. The 3D printer is, in effect, a robot which you can then use to make parts for your other robot designs. In module V you can take your robot design and construction skills to the next level with a hands-on approach to autonomous robotic systems: learning about various sensors to know where you are and what your robot is doing, GPS navigation, basic artificial intelligence, powerful microchips known as FPGA's where you literally design a custom circuit on the chip, vision systems and more.

Lesson overview:

In this course we'll be covering:

What is digital?

Binary & Hexadecimal system and ASCII
Analog to digital and digital to analog conversion
Logic gates and you'll make your own RAM
Digital Addressing/demultiplexing

Microprocessors & microcontrollers - what are they?

Programming & using PIC microcontrollers to:

-display information on an LCD display

-Read both digital and analog inputs

-PWM control a DC motor and servo motor

-Read keypad matrixes

-control LED displays

-writing to flash memory on board for remote systems

What is Arduino?
-using Arduino for all of the PIC projects above, as well as using full-colour TFT touch screens

Building our mobile robot

Giving our mobile robot a "brain"
Ultrasonics and ultrasonic radar / external sensing
Programmable IR remote

and more!

Electronics : Diode (Part 2) : Diode applications

Learn Clipping, Clamping, Peak detection, Half wave & Full wave rectification using diodes in detail.

Created by Sumanta kumar Pal - Electronics Engineer, Electronics at its best

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Students: 10167, Price: $19.99

Students: 10167, Price:  Paid

Learn the fundamentals of Diodes and take the first leap to the world of Electronics.this course is basically the 2nd part of Diode course and here we will look at the diode from application point of view and discuss and design different clipper circuits, clamping circuit, rectifiers etc.So lets have a highlight of the entire course quickly-

  • See the Diode from Application point of view.

  • Learn the technique to design Series Negative Clipper.

  • Learn how to design Series Negative Clipper with applied bias.

  • See how to design Positive Clippers with and without applied bias voltage.

  • Understand the concepts of Shunt Negative/Positive Clippers with and without applied bias voltage.

  • In-depth knowledge about Two-way clipper.

  • Understand diode peak detector circuit, diode clamping circuit in detail.

  • Design voltage doubler and voltage multiplier circuits using diodes.

  • Thoroughly learn how to design Half wave rectifier and understand its quantitative analysis. Learn how we can use it as a battery replacement.

  • Learn Full wave rectifier in detail and understand its analysis quantitatively. Clear your doubts with examples.

  • Understand how we can use diodes as Digital gates.

The Theory Behind Electronics – A Beginners Guide

Start your Journey in Electronics with a Solid Background - Current, Voltage, Resistance and Power

Created by Idan Gabrieli - Presales Manager | Entrepreneur | Cloud and AI Expert

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Students: 9582, Price: $109.99

Students: 9582, Price:  Paid

***** Feedback from Students *******

  • "I love this course. It truly is an amazing subject and the instructor gives great explanations on how electronics works. It amazes me how electronics are used every day and most people have no clue as to how they work." Joseph C.

  • "Excellent coverage of the fundamentals. Thanks!", Kevin O'Reilly.

  • "For years I have wanted someone to explain the basics of electronics to me, and this course does just that, in clear, small focused chapters. I really recommend this to anyone that wants to learn the fundamentals of electronics." Paul Cockrell.

  • "This is fantastic. So well organized and presented so clearly! I feel like I'm learning very quickly. I even understand voltage and amperage which other people have explained to me many times but I never "got" without a visual analogy. Thank you for this wonderful class, I highly recommend it!." Cjay Roughgarden.

  • "Excellent course for beginners and intermediate electronics. I am in my first year of EET in college and this has been a great supplement to my initial courses. I hope you put out some more advanced Electronics courses later on. You do an excellent job of putting everything into terms that are relatable. Thanks" David M.

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Electricity is all around us, it is some hidden energy force driving many applications we all use in our daily life. The theory behind electricity is based on some amazing phenomenon in nature and some of several materials properties that were discovered by great scientists. Electronics is a theory developed around the useful applications of electricity.  So, the first thing that we can say about electricity is that it is a really interesting subject!

Today, electronic is becoming much more friendly hobby for many people worldwide that would like to easily combine hardware and software and do things by themselves, the prices of electric components are dropping, easy to use development platforms were created (e.g. Arduino) and it is very easy to collaborate and learn the subject in a few mouse clicks.

The Internet of Things is also an emerging driving force for innovators looking to build things using electronics and harness the power horse of the web technologies to create new products, services or just cool projects!

This course is a starting point, to learn the basic building blocks of electronics with step by step education program, easy to follow chapters, simple circuits’ demonstrations, quizzes to evaluate your understanding and review the key things to remember using a mind mapping template.

Join me with one of the biggest Makers Movement!

Electronics : Zener Diode & Light Emitting Diode

Regulate voltage and design LED circuits

Created by Sumanta kumar Pal - Electronics Engineer, Electronics at its best

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Students: 7319, Price: $19.99

Students: 7319, Price:  Paid

Learn the fundamentals of ZENER DIODES & LEDs and learn how they work with proper circuit designing.This course will be very helpful for students with great interest towards science specially engineering.Finally ,the course is so designed that if anyone goes from lecture 1 to last lecture the entire subject can be thoroughly understood easily.So lets have a highlight of the entire course quickly-

  • Learn the basics of ZENER Diodes.

  • how we can relate the voltage across it and current through it.

  • Designing a circuit using Zener Diode keeping in mind the design limitations.

  • circuit explanation using an example for clear understanding.

  • Problem for students to solve as use.

  • Discussion on FAQs for competitive approach.

  • Learn the principle of operation of LEDs.

  • Thorough discussion on its advantages, main features and applications.

Electronics – for Complete Beginners

Go From Zero To An Advanced Understanding Of The Fundamentals

Created by Gene L. Warner - Electronics Engineer/Designer - Warner Instruments

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Students: 5595, Price: $44.99

Students: 5595, Price:  Paid

Electronics has become important to many fields; communications, automotive, security, defense and consumer electronics, to name just a few. This course will familiarize you with the theory behind various types of electrical and electronic circuitry. It concentrates on practical aspects of the technology, rather than delving into depths of theory that will be of little value in real-world working situations.

The teaching style is conversational one-on-one, the course consisting exclusively of short video presentations. PowerPoint, screen captures, text files, and the like are not used. A PDF version of each session is provided, which you may download and combine as your own searchable resource for future reference. Selected lectures include "Hands-On" labs that will enable you to work with circuits interactively with the optional "ElecticVLab" circuit simulator.

If you are a person who likes to know how things work, and enjoys the challenge of figuring out why not when they don't, the study of electrical engineering technology is sure to offer knowledge and skills that will interest you, and opportunities in the workplace that you will find personally rewarding, and financially attractive.

This course can help you qualify for careers in a variety of entry-level positions, such as electronics technician, service technician, telecommunications technician and engineering technician.

Technology-focused companies and organizations hire employees who understand analog and digital electronics. Your understanding will be complete; comparable to what you might achieve in a more formal learning environment. You will be prepared to seize opportunities that come your way in the future, and ready to go on to further, more narrowly-focused training in whatever related specialty you choose.

The Electronics Workbench: a Setup Guide

Setting up your own electronics lab at home can be a daunting. This course will help you through the maze of options.

Created by Dr. Peter Dalmaris - Educator and Author of "Maker Education Revolution".

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Students: 4723, Price: $99.99

Students: 4723, Price:  Paid

This course is designed to help you setup your own electronics lab.

If you are starting your adventures in electronics, and you are not looking to setup a professional electronics lab, then this course is perfect for you.

A lab is a place at your home that you have specifically organised in a way that promotes your enjoyment of working with electronics.

It is where your tools, components and instruments are.

It is where you do your circuit experiments and the bulk of your learning.

There are significant differences between professional and hobbyist electronics labs. That's because the amateur electronics lab is far more restricted in every respect to the lab of a professional.

If you are a hobbyist, using a spare room or your bedroom as your electronics lab, then this course will help you make the most of it.

In this course, I will discuss the basic features of an amateur electronics lab by showing you how I have organised mine.

I have most of the restrictions of an amateur, and with the exception of a few of the items in my kit, my lab is purely an amateur lab.

In each lecture, I present a specific topic and in most cases I demonstrate the use of a tool or instrument.

Through these demos, I wish to help you gain a working understanding of what these items are designed for.

You will not become an expert, but you will know enough to know when you need one.

I am always available to discuss any of the topics I present in this course, so please feel free to ask using the course's discussion tool.

Introduction to Electronics Fundamentals

The Complete Basics of Electricity & Electronics | 3000+ Enrolments | Quickest Learning | Condensed materials

Created by Mahadi Hasan Meem - Electrical and Electronics Engineer, CTO at Adama Robotics, YouTube Influencer

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Students: 4253, Price: $24.99

Students: 4253, Price:  Paid

ARE YOU LOOKING TO LEARN ABOUT ELECTRICITY AND ELECTRONICS? 

Good news!!!! Look no further. 

You must know how important is the knowledge of Electricity and Electronics these days! 

Whatever we have in our modern society, contains the touch of this amazing technology. There are numerous jobs in electronics and they are always in a high demand. 

This course will give you an introduction to basics of electronics and electricity. In this course you will learn the fundamental concepts of voltage, current, resistance, and power. You will also be introduced to circuit board building methods.

We will also teach you how to use the digital multimeter, so you can measure the actual voltage and current in your circuits.

Without further talking! Let's dive in to the course! 

YOU WILL LEARN:

  • Fundamental concepts of Electricity (Current, Energy, Voltage, Power)

  • Most important Electronic components (Resistor, Capacitors, Diodes, etc)

  • The main laws governing currents and voltages in circuits (Ohm’s law, Kirchhoff’s laws, etc)

  • Real and Digital prototyping

WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR?

  • Anyone looking to learn about electronics and electricity.

  • Anyone looking for a refresher on electronics.

  • Anyone who want to build simple Electronic systems

  • Anyone with a passion of building and engineering

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Please note we are adding more contents soon and also improving the course as we go along. 

Thanks to the learners who have provided feedback which gives us a chance to improve the contents. 

Ultimate Power Electronics for Electrical Power Engineering

Learn everything about power electronics for electrical engineering as rectifiers, AC and DC choppers and inverters.

Created by Ahmed Mahdy / Khadija Academy - Electrical Power Engineer

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Students: 3058, Price: $24.99

Students: 3058, Price:  Paid

"Ultimate Power Electronics Course Bundle"

The only course bundle out there with everything you need to know about rectifiers, AC choppers, DC choppers, and inverters


First Course "Complete Rectifiers Course for Electrical Engineering" Worth $197

Throughout the course you will learn:

  • Definition of power electronics circuit and its application.

  • Different types of switches as uncontrolled switches, semi-controlled and fully controlled switch as diodes, thyristors, IGBT, Mosfet,.....

  • Types and applications for different switching devices.

  • Definition of the rectifier.

  • Different single-phase rectifier circuits and their configurations.

  • Half wave and full wave rectifier single-phase circuits in case of uncontrolled and in case of half and full controlled bridges.

All of these topics are in a step by step lessons with many solved examples.

Second Course "Complete AC Choppers Course for Electrical Engineering" Worth $197


Throughout the course you will learn:


  • AC chopper circuits with R load.

  • AC chopper circuits with L load, R-L parallel, and series load.

  • AC chopper with capacitive load.

  • Integral cycle control of AC chopper with example.

  • AC chopper in transformer tap changing.

  • AC chopper loaded by an AC motor with back e.m.f.

  • Applications and disadvantages of AC choppers.

All of these topics are in a step by step lessons with many solved examples.

Third Course "Complete DC Choppers Course for Electrical Engineering" Worth $197

Throughout the course you will learn:


  • Definition of DC choppers and applications of DC choppers.

  • Generation of the duty cycle.

  • Types of circuits used to step up or step down the DC voltage.

  • Analyze the step-down DC chopper with R and R-L-E load,

  • Analyze the step-up DC chopper with R, RL, and RE loads.

  • Analyze a buck regulator, boost regulator, and buck-boost regulator circuits.

  • Equations to get the minimum values of inductance and capacitance required for those circuits.

All of these topics are in a step by step lessons with many solved examples.

Fourth Course "Complete Inverters Course for Electrical Engineering" Worth $197


Throughout the course you will learn:


  • Definition of the inverter.

  • Importance and applications of inverters.

  • Single-phase half-bridge R-load.

  • Single-phase half-bridge RL-load.

  • Performance parameters of an inverter.

  • Single-phase bridge inverter R-load.

  • Single-phase bridge inverter RL-load.

  • Three-phase inverters and obtaining the line voltages and phase voltages.

  • Single pulse width modulation.

  • Multiple pulse width modulation.

  • Sinusoidal pulse width modulation.

All of these topics are in a step by step lessons with many solved examples.

If you've been looking for ONE COURSE BUNDLE with in-depth insight into the basics of power electronics, take this bundle.

Electrical Engineering: Power Electronics Masterclass

Further your knowledge in power engineering by learning to design rectifiers, dc-to-dc converters, and inverters

Created by Ricardo Romero, PE - Professional Engineer | Owner at Romero Engineering Company

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Students: 2138, Price: $139.99

Students: 2138, Price:  Paid

This course is designed to provide a complete overview of one of the main areas of electrical engineering and power engineering: power electronics. The three main types of power electronics devices (i.e., rectifiers, dc-to-dc converters, and inverters) are discussed in detail in the lectures. For each device, the ideal circuit is discussed along with different circuit topologies to provide a wide range of practical uses.

By learning how rectifiers, dc-to-dc converters, and inverters are designed, you will learn the fundamentals for designing your own power electronics devices, such as battery chargers, switched-mode power supplies, solar inverters, and variable frequency drives, among others.

Throughout the course, practical numerical problems are solved to aid your understanding of power electronics. Additionally, the course includes 5 quizzes with a total of 15 questions. Three articles are also provided so you can learn by reading as well as videos.

Remember that Udemy offers a 30-day money-back guarantee. I am also always available for questions while you go through the course to ensure everything is clear.

See you in the course!

MATLAB/Simulink for Power Electronics Simulations

Learn Simulink by modeling power electronics devices (rectifiers, dc-to-dc converters & inverters) in MATLAB/Simulink

Created by Ricardo Romero, PE - Professional Engineer | Owner at Romero Engineering Company

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Students: 1980, Price: $99.99

Students: 1980, Price:  Paid

This course is designed to allow you to simulate any power electronics device in MATLAB/Simulink, including rectifiers, dc-to-dc converters, and inverters. This course not only gives a review of the theory of how rectifiers, dc-to-dc converters, and inverters work, but also gives several examples on how to simulate these devices using MATLAB/Simulink. The MATLAB/Simulink models for the power electronics devices created during the lectures are available for download with each lecture. The course is divided into the following sections:

1. Introduction to MATLAB/Simulink for Power Electronics: in section 2, we will begin by reviewing the theory behind the semiconductor devices that are used in power electronics, such as diodes, power BJTs, power MOSFETs, IGBTs, and Thyristors. We will then take a look at the libraries available in Simulink to represent these devices in our models. After that, we will take a look at how we can model voltage sources, current sources, and passive components (resistors, capacitors, and inductors), as well as how we can put them together in a model using Simulink and how we can take measurements in the model to ensure proper simulation.

2. Rectifier Simulations in MATLAB/Simulink: we will begin section 3 by reviewing the theory behind the operation and topologies of power electronics rectifiers. We will then see how we can simulate both single-phase and three-phase rectifiers using Simulink.

3. DC-to-DC Converter Simulations in MATLAB/Simulink: we will begin section 4 by reviewing the theory behind the operation and topologies of power electronics dc-to-dc converters. We will then see how we can simulate buck, boost, and buck/boost converters.

4. Inverter Simulations in MATLAB/Simulink: we will begin section 5 by reviewing the theory behind the operation and topologies of inverters. We will then see how we can simulate single-phase and three-phase inverters.

As mentioned above, in each section, we will go over several models to illustrate how we can design and simulate power electronics devices in MATLAB/Simulink. The models are also available for download so that you can follow along, as well as use these models and modify them to create your own designs.

By learning how to simulate power electronics devices in MATLAB/Simulink, you will be able to further your career in electrical engineering and power electronics.

Remember that Udemy offers a 30-day money-back guarantee. I am also always available for questions while you go through the course to ensure everything is clear.

See you in the course!

Electric Circuits for Electrical Engineering and Electronics

Start your career in electrical & electronics engineering by learning everything about electric circuits and electronics

Created by Ricardo Romero, PE - Professional Engineer | Owner at Romero Engineering Company

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Students: 1894, Price: $139.99

Students: 1894, Price:  Paid

This course is designed to provide a complete overview of electric circuit analysis used in electrical engineering and electronics engineering. Electric circuit analysis is the most fundamental concept for electrical engineering, electronics engineering, and computer engineering. It is for that reason that electric circuit analysis is usually the first course taught in electrical, electronics, and computer engineering programs at universities, as basically anything related to electrical, electronics, or computer engineering stems from electric circuit analysis.

In this course you will learn everything about electric circuits and electronics, from the basics such as what an electric circuit is and the fundamentals of electrical quantities like voltage, current, and power, all the way to complex techniques for analyzing electric and electronics circuits. The course is roughly divided into the following sections:

1. Fundamentals of Electric Circuits and Electronics: in sections 2 and 3 of the course, we will discuss what an electric circuit is at the most basic level, followed by explanations of electrical quantities and sources of electricity. This is the foundation for electrical engineering and electronics engineering.

2. Basic DC Electric Circuit Analysis: in sections 4, 5, and 6 we will discuss the analysis of direct current (DC) circuits, starting from basic analysis techniques such as Kirchhoff's voltage law and Kirchhoff's current law (KVL and KCL), voltage division, current division, nodal analysis, and loop analysis. We will also be discussing how complex resistive circuits can be simplified into equivalent circuits for easier analysis of electric circuits and electronics.

3. Advanced DC Electric Circuit Analysis: in section 7, we will discuss advanced analysis techniques for electric circuits and electronics such as the superposition theorem, Thevenin's theorem, and Norton's theorem.

4. Energy-Storing Devices in Electric Circuits and Electronics: in sections 8, and 9, we will discuss passive components in circuits that are able to store energy: capacitors and inductors. We will cover the fundamentals of capacitors and inductors, how they store energy, and how to simplify complex circuits containing combinations of capacitors and inductors into simpler circuits for easier analysis of electric circuits and electronics.

5. Transients in Electric Circuits and Electronics: in section 10, we will discuss the analysis of first-order electric circuits during transients. This is where things start getting a bit more advanced, but we will solve several examples to illustrate how circuits behave during transients, as opposed to the stead-state circuits previously discussed.

In each section, several examples are solved to illustrate how to analyze practical circuits.

By learning all the fundamentals about electric circuit analysis and electronics, you will be able to continue studying other topics in electrical engineering, electronics engineering, and computer engineering, such as analog electronics, digital electronics, circuit design, electric machines, power systems, and more.

Remember that Udemy offers a 30-day money-back guarantee. I am also always available for questions while you go through the course to ensure everything is clear.

See you in the course!

Awesome Electronics Course. Electronics from Soup to Nuts

Everything you need to know about Electronic Basics. The first Step into Understanding Electronics & There Components.

Created by albert spinosa - Electronic(s) and Computer Instruction Made Easy

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Students: 1588, Price: $74.99

Students: 1588, Price:  Paid

This course starts off with a Brief History of Electronics. It then introduces the first time student to Current Flow, Voltage and Resistance. The course also offers an introduction of Ohm's Law with several examples explained and the student are presented with Problems that they can solve, with the answers that follow.

The next section covers the Basics In AC and DC Voltage. AC and DC Current and Current Direction. Defines the term quantity Ampere also Covers Basic characteristics of Resistance and Explains the Color Code System and the Tolerance System for Fixed Resistors and other Passive Components that provide Resistance in an Electronic Circuit. This is first step for someone who is entering the field of electronics.

The Math section will cover many different Math Topics Related to the Decimal Numbering System. Al explains the mechanics involved in Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division with both positive and negative numbers' Al explains fractions and decimal fractions along with Algebra basics. Section ends with an introduction to Trigonometry. All Concepts are backup with Problems so student can reinforce the material that was just explained.

The Next Section (Circuit Analysis) takes the Student thru Calculating Voltage, Current and Resistance on a Series, Parallel and Series Parallel Circuits! Al gives the student a step by step instruction on how to solve these circuit properties. After finishing this course the student should have a very good understanding of Voltage drops, Current Division and Power consumption in a Electronic Circuit.

Advance Circuit Analysis Covers Kirchhoff's Circuit Laws and Network Theorems , Super Position, Thevenin Theorem and Norton Conversions. Al Gives a detailed explanation on each of these Circuit Analysis Techniques. This course is Broken into two Sections. Section one is Kirchhoff's Circuit Laws and Section two, network theorems and how they are used to analysis a circuit. Each section is accompanied with problems that the student can perform to reinforce their learning experience.

Capacitance Basic Section, Al Explains what is a Coulomb, and how to determine the charge on a capacitor. How Capacitance reacts in a AC Circuit (Capacitance Reactance) and DC Circuits. What is an RC Time Constant’s? How waveforms are calculated in a RC Circuit. How capacitors add in series and Parallel Circuits.

Inductance Basic Section, Al Explains the principle of Inductance and Inductive Reactance. The Circuit Examples will show how Current and Voltage are affected in a Pure Inductive Circuit and how these properties change as Resistance is added to the mix, in addition to this frequency of the Ac source voltage will be discussed and will show how the phase angle between the Voltage and current will be affected.

Al Explains how Capacitive Reactance (XC) and Inductive Reactance(XL) and Resistance (R) behaves in Alternating Voltage Circuits. Series R L C Circuits & Parallel R L C Circuits are Explained. AL Explains how to find total Impedance ( Z) of the circuit and how the phase angle are calculated with both Current and Voltage. The student should have a understanding of ohms law and basic math skills to take full advantage of this.

The next section Resonance & Resonance Effect. Al Explains a Series Resonant circuit, calculation of the resonant frequency. The characteristics of XC and XL at Resonance. What is tuning. Al Explains the Resonance Frequency Equation for the correct solution . Al also Explains Calculations of Current in a Series Resonant Circuit. Voltage across Resonant Components.

RLC Section, Al Explains R C Low Pass & R L Low filters for Cut off frequency (fc) & phase Angle. Al Explains R C High pass & R L High pass filters for Cut off frequency (fc) & Phase Angle.

Semiconductor Basics Section. Al explains semiconductor Basics, Valance Electrons in Conductors. The difference between semiconductors & conductors. Describes the doping process in, semiconductor material. What is N & P type Material ? Majority & Minority Carries Explained .Diode Curves and Characteristics, of forward and reverse Current flow, by using the Characteristic Diode Curve. Physical Diode Packaging Explained. Electron flow thru Diodes Explained. Schematic Symbol of Diode, Cathode and Anode placement explained. Placement of Physical Diode Explained. How to test a diode, with an ohm meter. A simple diode application Explained. Half Wave rectification, how to calculate peak voltage and the Average DC voltage of a half wave rectification circuit. Basic capacitor filter action is also explained. Full wave rectification, full wave bridge rectification explained and the introduction of the transformers. The Average DC Value of a full wave Rectifier explained. Introduction the two types of junction transistors PNP and NPN . Details reverse and forward bias on the junction transistor(s). Introduction of the three elements of the transistor. Al Explains the Schematic Symbols of the transistor (NPN & PNP). Physical packaging of the transistors shown and explained. How to test a transistor with an ohm meter. Introduction alpha and Beta properties of the transistors along with Ie = Ib + Ic. Explanation of alpha and Beta properties of the transistors along with Ie = Ib + Ic. Introduces Load -line (s)with a common emitter circuit . Explanation of both DC and AC transistor parameter’s using the load line. How to find RL using the load line. Phase shift in a common emitter transistor. Explanation of the common Collector Circuit ( also called the emitter follower) Circuit action. Common Base configuration circuit action explained. Summary of the three transistor Configurations, Common Emitter, Common Collector and Common Base.

Digital Electronics & Logic Design

A complete guide to learning the fundamentals of Digital Logic design

Created by 10X Training Technologies - Electronics - Digital Design - VHDL - FPGA

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Students: 1585, Price: $49.99

Students: 1585, Price:  Paid

This course aims to teach students the fundamentals of digital logic design.  Starting from learning the basic concepts of the different base number systems, to basic logic elements and deriving logical expressions to further optimize a circuit diagram, this all encompassing course teaches students everything they need to not only evaluate different combinational logic designs, but also design their own digital circuits given different parameters.

Each section is dedicated to teaching the fundamentals of digital logic circuits, and builds upon the previous sections to add more value to what is being learned. The course contains material on: Base Number systems, Base conversions, Digital Logic gates, Boolean Algebra and Principles, Boolean Expression simplification, Karnaugh Maps (or K-Maps) as well as more advanced concepts of Combinatorial Circuits including: Encoders, Decoder, Multiplexers, DeMultiplexers, Adders, Sequential Circuits and more!

Quizzes will be administered at the end of each Section to test the student's knowledge of the skills learned for that appropriate section. 

After completing this course, the student will have a fundamental understanding of digital logic circuits, from the fundamentals of binary representations of digital circuits, to extracting Boolean expressions, using minimization techniques to further optimize circuits, as well as designing their own digital logic circuits.

Complete Electronics Hardware Design Course 2021 -EsteemPCB

Use Coupon Code "JULY_90OFF" to get ~90% off on total course price (Valid for Today only)

Created by Aviral Mishra - SOM/COM/DIMM Designer, YouTube Content Creator at EsteemPCB

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Students: 1546, Price: $94.99

Students: 1546, Price:  Paid

Complex Mixed Signal Board Design Course (Ethernet PHY, STM32F407, STM32F103, CH340C, DAC/MIC, 24Bit ADC, 36W Drivers)

I have Divided this course into 4 Major Sections:

  • 1st Section is Selection of Each Components whatever Going inside the Schematic.

  • 2nd Section is Schematic Designing by Reading Datasheets.

  • 3rd Stack-up 4L/6L/8L/12L, Components Placement Planning and Execution.

  • 4th Inter Block and Intra Block Layout Planning and Execution.

Major Schematic Blocks that I have designed in this course are "Ethernet PHY 10/100 Mb/s", "I2S DAC for Headphone and Speaker", "MEMS MIC", "24BIT ADC", "36W Bi-Directional Brushed DC Motor Divers", "UART to USB TTL Converter", "STM32F103 Controller as Debugger and Programmer", "STM32F407 Main Controller", "Power Supply and Protections" and many more.... Various Subparts as you can see from the Curriculum.

You will also learn some Basic Blocks as well:

  • Pre-Schematic Design Blocks (Block Diagram and Power Budget)

  • Layer Stack-up Selection and Rules for Defining any Stack-up

  • Different Grounding Techniques( Signal Grounding, Earth Grounding, Chassis Grounding)

  • How to Create a RIGID-FLEX PCB and its Stack-up

  • How to do Pin-mapping using Cube-MX tool.

  • Power Distribution Network Analysis (PDN Analysis) of any PCB.

    and many more things.

  • Ferrite Bead, ESD Diodes, and Magnetic Application and their selection.

  • How to do Placement and Layout Planning on Microsoft-Paint.

    and many more....

After the completion of this course you can design any "Mixed Signal with Micro-Controller available across the world".

Major Controller used in this course are STM32F407XX, STM32F103XX apart from that we used PHY, and Some other sensors and ADC/ DAC as well.

PCB/Electronics: Thermal Management, Cooling and Derating

Master the most important concepts of cooling, thermal management and derating, with a focus on PCB development aspects.

Created by Marco CATANOSSI - Top 10% Udemy Instructor - MSc -CEng - Senior Consultant

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Students: 1387, Price: $129.99

Students: 1387, Price:  Paid

This course is about cooling, thermal management and derating in PCB design.

After introducing the basic definitions, it provides a clear and logical path to a complete design of thermal aspects.

- It starts with calculating the dissipated power for different types of components, and understanding whether the thermal equilibrium is optimal or we need a thermal management strategy.

- Then it introduces heat sinks, which is by far the most used cooling approach, talking about their features, mounting techniques, parameters and so on.

- Than it speaks about thermal interface materials, used to couple heat sinks to integrated circuits, their types and characteristics.

- It also speaks about the forced air cooling technique, introducing how to calculate a fan performance and its impact on the heat sink thermal resistance.

- Then it explains PCB related aspects for thermal management, of particular relevance when the used devices have exposed pads.

At the end of these group of lessons, you will be able to understand the need for thermal management and provide your design with a comprehensive strategy mastering all the related aspects and variables influencing it (like altitude, spreading resistance, etc. )

Then the course dedicate an entire section to a related and very important aspect: derating.

It explain the concept of re-rating and de-rating, its impact on electronic devices reliability and expected life (MTBF, Mean Time Between Failure, nowadays often used instead of MTTF, Mean Time To Failure), and it shows how the most used electronic components are derated and which parameters are reduced.

The course is enriched with exercises and real life examples, using real devices datasheets to show where parameters are gathered and how they are used.

At the end of the course you will have a broader understanding of the thermal/cooling management and derating aspects, and you will able to design a PCB that is able to manage the dissipated power (and related temperature rise), and properly choose components parameters based on the right derating considerations.  

Therefore, you will be able to design a PCB that stands thermal and electrical stresses and that actually works and last in the real world environment.

Electronics S1W1: Basic Terminology and Schematic Symbols

Intro to Electronics: Learn about bonding, conductors, insulators, terminology & schematic symbols (Semester 1, Week 1)

Created by Richard Vannoy II - College programming, database and electronics instructor

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Students: 1347, Price: $24.99

Students: 1347, Price:  Paid

The course:

This course is Week One of an Eight Week section titled "DC Electronics", which is the first semester of an eight semester program.

The main topics for this course are:

1. Starting at the atomic level, or, why we need to understand how electricity and electronics are driven by electrons.

2. The three things that make electronics work:

......Conductors

......Insulators

......Semiconductors

3. What is electrical/electronic current?

4. Intro to basic circuit terminology.

5. Overview of many schematic symbols

The Semester: (This course is week 1 of this eight week semester.)

These are the classes for this eight week semester:

1. Direct Current at the Molecular Level (This class)

2. Electrical Units; Volts, Ohms, Amps and Watts

3. Measuring Equipment

4. Basic DC Circuits; Voltage, Current, Resistance and Power

5. DC Circuit Analysis; Kirchhoff's Laws; Determining Resistance, Voltage, Current and Power in Series and Parallel Resistive Circuits

6. Resistors, Potentiometers, and Rheostats

7. Cells and Batteries

8. Magnetism and Magnetic Devices; Selonoids and DC Motors

The Program:

This course is part of the first semester, DC Electronics. Future semesters will include AC Electronics, Solid State Electronics (Transistors, FETs, MOSFETs and JFETs), Transistor and OpAmp theory, Communications Theory and Digital Electronics.

MATLAB for Power Electronics: Simulation & Analysis

Free Simulation Files of All the Converters Included

Created by Dr. Jignesh Makwana - Associate Professor

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Students: 855, Price: $74.99

Students: 855, Price:  Paid

MATLAB Simulation plays a very important role in the research and development of engineering projects, products, and systems. It helps to predict the performance of the system, to validate control strategies, and saves the time of product development.

MATLAB offers incredible flexibility to design, test, and analyze the power electronics converter with the help of built-in ‘simulink’ and ‘simpowersystem/simscape’ library components. However, it is also of the same importance to know the limitations and constraints of the power switches available in the MATLAB library.

This course explains every detail required to understand the design of various power electronics converters with the help of MATLAB simulation.

Power electronics industries are booming in the market by taking place in almost every electronics product including low power chargers, medium to large scale solar charge controllers, high power industrial inverters, range of motor controllers, and HVDC transmission lines.

This course covers hands-on simulation practice starting from a very basic electric circuit to advanced result reporting skills.

In the first section (Ch 2) you will learn how to simulate basic AC & DC circuits with the help of MATLAB software. This section "Simulation of Electric Circuits" is designed for beginners and it explains all about simulation and analysis of electric circuits. It also explains better ways of representing results for reports and project documents. It covers formatting tips for better visualization and appearance of canvas which helps in representing simulation model as block diagram view by taking a screenshot of the canvas.

In the second section (Ch 3- Ch 6), you will learn how to simulate and analyze power electronics converters with the help of MATLAB software. It covers the simulation of all basic converters including chopper (DC/DC), Inverter (DC/AC), Regulator (AC/AC), and phase-controlled rectifier (AC/DC). It includes designing power circuit and control circuits both. It also covers how these simulations can be used for effective analysis and a better understanding of power electronics circuits.

This course includes fully developed simulation files of more than 25 power electronics circuits.

Electronics : Amplifier – Let’s clear the basics

Learn the fundamentals of an Amplifier. This course will greatly help the students to understand transistors, FETs etc

Created by Sumanta kumar Pal - Electronics Engineer, Electronics at its best

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Students: 558, Price: $19.99

Students: 558, Price:  Paid

Learn the fundamentals of an amplifier. This course will greatly help the students (especially students of first and second year of engineering) to understand transistors, FETs etc. Finally, the course is so designed that if anyone goes from lecture 1 to last lecture the entire subject can be thoroughly understood easily. So let's have a highlight of the entire course quickly-

  • Understand the fundamentals of Amplifiers.

  • Analysis of different types of Ideal amplifiers, i.e. Voltage Controlled Voltage Source (VCVS), Voltage Controlled Current Source (VCCS), Current Controlled Voltage Source (CCVS) and Current Controlled Current Source (CCCS).

  • Understand each type of amplifiers through proper examples.

  • Discussion on Cascading. It is really interesting to know how cascading increases the amplification factor for an amplifier.

  • Analysis of Input output parameter relations of an amplifier by defining Z parameter, Y parameter, h parameter and g parameter. Here, we will learn that every amplifier can be represented by one of these parameters.

  • Equivalent circuits of an amplifier for different parameters. The pictorial representations will be extremely helpful for the students.

  • Properties of a general amplifier i.e. Current gain, Voltage gain, Power gain, Input impedance and output impedance. This is thoroughly discussed through different parameters such as Z parameter, Y parameter etc.

  • The effect of frequency on an amplifier has thoroughly been discussed.

  • Classification of Amplifiers based on range of operation in frequency.

Electronics S1W5: Resistors in Series

Resistors can be connected in 1 of 4 configurations. The first of these, series resistors, is covered in this class.

Created by Richard Vannoy II - College programming, database and electronics instructor

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Students: 382, Price: $39.99

Students: 382, Price:  Paid

Electronics: Resistors in Series S1W5

This Basics Electronics Course will teach you how to solve series resistor circuits. To understand Direct Current (DC) Electronics, you need to master four resistor configurations:

  1. Series Resistor Circuits
  2. Parallel Resistor Circuits
  3. Series-Parallel Resistor Circuits
  4. Complex Resistor Circuits

This course will teach you to master the first category above.

These are the topics covered in this course:

  • Master and solve series resistor circuits using Ohm's Law.
  • Learn to correctly apply Ohm's Law to series resistive circuits.
  • Recognize the “Two Out of Three" rule that will allow you to apply the correct formula to the solution of a circuit.
  • Understand the correct use of the Ohm's Law Triangle.
  • Understand the correct use of the Ohm's Law Wheel.

In other words, you will understand exactly how to solve series circuit resistor problems!

Thiscourse is important if you wish to understand electronics. The analysis of basic series circuits is a fundamental tool that you must master to properly troubleshoot, analyze and maintain electronic equipment. Ohm's Law states the basic relationships between voltage, current and resistance in an electronic circuit. This information is mandatory for any hobbyist or professional who needs to understand how electronic circuits work. This course is a quality product taught by a college instructor who has been teaching electronics for over twenty years. It is the equivalent of a full week of college level training at a community college or technical university.

The primary teaching method is instructor led lectures using PowerPoint slide presentations. Drawings, images and schematics are used to clearly illustrate each electronic principle. There are ten separate lectures that take you through the concepts of Ohm's Law and series circuits in a clear, simple manner. A number of quizzes are included test your retention of the lecture material.

At the end of this course, you will have a solid grasp of the principles of Ohm's Law and the application of this law to the solution of electronic circuit problems.

Electronics : The Operational Amplifier

Advanced Level Physics - Learn Basics of OP-AMP

Created by MUNRO KAGWE - Physics and Mechanics 1&2 Tutor at Udemy

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Students: 367, Price: $94.99

Students: 367, Price:  Paid

The Operational Amplifier (Op-amp) is a major component of the  Advanced Level Physics.The
Operational Amplifier is studied under the topic Electronics. There are twenty-six topics in the Advanced Level Physics Syllabus. This course focuses on just one topic.

The greatest challenge to students at Advanced Level Physics is the circuits incorporating the Operational Amplifier.
In this course I have clearly shown you how to transit from what you know in
current electricity to the circuits involving the Operational Amplifier.

The prerequisite knowledge you need to have in order to understand Electronics is circuits in general electricity. This simply means Ohm’s Law and Kirchhoff’s Laws. These concepts are studied under the Advanced Subsidiary (AS)
Level of your full Advanced Level Course. It is assumed that you have done the AS part of this syllabus.

Each lecture consists of a specific concept which in my opinion is important. I have therefore designed the course in such a way that one concept is built on the previous one. So it is important that once you begin the course, you do not skip any lecture.

Right from the first lecture, I draw your attention to the requirements of the Advanced Level Physics Syllabus. So if you have studied the Operational Amplifier in school, you will quickly identify these concepts.

The course has twenty-six video lectures. It will take you just a couple of hours to complete the course. I have kept the length of each lecture short enough as I am aware you may be under pressure to study other topics in the Syllabus. The
course starts with a look at Input devices and output devices. Then I introduce you to the Properties of an Ideal Operational Amplifier. This is closely followed by circuit connections involving the two power supplies and a discussion on the need for the two power supplies. This is followed by circuits involving input and output devices.  At this point you will be ready to study the Operational Amplifier as a Comparator.  Finally I will take you through the Inverting Amplifier and Non-Inverting amplifier. I end the course by looking at a comprehensive question which includes most of the requirements of the Advanced Level Physics Syllabus.

I am in the process of adding a few bonus lectures on the applications of the operational amplifier. This is in response to request from students who have found the course very useful and would wish that I shed some light on applications such as the Summing Amplifier, Differential, Integrator and other applications. I am particularly grateful to Pralay Kumar Pal who suggested I throw some light into these applications.

Welcome to the the course.

Basic Electricity and Electronics

For beginners or interested as a hobby, everything in the name of basic electricity and electronics is on this course.

Created by Joseph Shepherd - Electrical-Electronics Engineer and Instructer

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Students: 194, Price: $39.99

Students: 194, Price:  Paid

In order to have a profession and specialize in the field of Electricity and Electronics, first of all you need to learn the basics of this field. Nowadays, in the fields of automotive, machinery, mechatronics and computers, electrical and electronics are indispensable elements. This course is also designed to meet and contribute to this need.

Most importantly, no special hardware or software is required. This is an introductory course about the theory of Electricity and Electronics, so no previous knowledge is required. To get the best out of the lessons, students should be comfortable with some basic arithmetic as I will often write and solve equations, in particular when analyzing simple circuits. Understanding a bit of physics can help too, but it is not required. Electronic circuits are everywhere, from computers and smartphones, to home appliances and cars. Think of all the everyday objects that are becoming smart in the future, most of the things that we own will contain some electronics. Jobs in electronics are in high demand and well paid in almost every country!

In the Basic Electricity-Electronics course, you will find a lot of lessons about basic concepts, direct current and alternating current principles, circuit analysis, working logic of active circuit elements made of passive and semiconductors, use of circuit simulation programs and use of measuring instruments.

MATLAB/Simulink for Analog and Digital Electronics

Learn to simulate analog and digital electronics circuits in MATLAB/Simulink such as amplifiers, filters, ADC, and DACs

Created by Ricardo Romero, PE - Professional Engineer | Owner at Romero Engineering Company

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Students: 172, Price: $89.99

Students: 172, Price:  Paid

This course is designed to allow you to simulate any analog or digital electronics device in MATLAB/Simulink, including active low-pass filters, active high-pass filters, audio equalizers, inverting amplifiers, non-inverting amplifiers, analog-to-digital converters (ADCs), and digital-to-analog converters (DACs). This course not only gives a review of the theory of how different electronics devices work, such as amplifiers, filters, ADCs, and DACs work, but also gives several examples on how to simulate these electronics devices using MATLAB/Simulink. The MATLAB/Simulink models for the analog electronics and digital electronics devices created during the lectures are available for download with each lecture. The course is divided into the following sections:

1. Introduction to MATLAB/Simulink for Analog and Digital Electronics: in section 2 of the course, we will begin by reviewing the passive and active components commonly used in electronics. We will then install MATLAB/Simulink's free trial version, and will discuss how to find components in the library browser, how to add them to models, and how to build the models and run simulations.

2. Analog Electronics Simulations in MATLAB/Simulink: in section 3 of the course we will be focusing on the simulation of analog electronics. We will begin by reviewing the theory of inverting and non-inverting amplifiers using op-amps and will be simulating these electronics circuits. We will then review low-pass and high-pass filters and will be simulating these circuits. We will end the section with two projects. In the first project, we will design an audio equalizer. In the second project, we will be designing a full-wave power electronics rectifier circuit commonly used in power supplies.

3. Digital Electronics Simulations in MATLAB/Simulink: in section 4 of the course we will be focusing on the simulation of digital electronics. We will begin by reviewing how analog-to-digital converters (ADCs) work and will then simulate these devices. After this, we will also review the theory and simulate digital-to-analog converters (DACs). We will also be building and simulating combinational and sequential digital circuits. We will work on two projects, one for each type of circuit. In the combinational circuits project, we will be building a circuit that detects a combination of three consecutive logic 1s in a string of eight bits. In the sequential circuits project, we will be designing a garage door opener.

As mentioned above, in each section, we will go over several models to illustrate how we can design and simulate electronics devices in MATLAB/Simulink. The models are also available for download so that you can follow along, as well as use these models and modify them to create your own designs.

By learning how to simulate analog electronics and digital electronics devices in MATLAB/Simulink, you will be able to further your career in electrical engineering and electronics design.

Remember that Udemy offers a 30-day money-back guarantee. I am also always available for questions while you go through the course to ensure everything is clear.

See you in the course!

Electronics from beginning by building & designing circuits

Learn the basics of electronics and use it to design & build useful circuits by using proteus and PCB manufacturing.

Created by Mina Sameh - Electrical engineer and teacher at Don Bosco institute

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Students: 111, Price: $29.99

Students: 111, Price:  Paid

This is a course that will take you step by step from zero to hero in the field of electronics. This course will help you learn all about electronics using the method of building an electronic board (PCB) so that means that you will build your own circuit board. first, we will start with some knowledge about electronic parts (electronics components) and then we will start designing our circuits after that we will build our electronic board. In the lectures of this course, we use very modern methods of presentation and awesome animated slides to help you focus and attention to the lecture. The best thing about this course is that it is very summarized which means that 1h in any other course = 10 min in this course. and remember that you can have your money back using the 30 days money-back guarantee policy .so with this course you will save time and also learn lots of useful information and circuits. Also, we will update the course every month with new, awesome, and useful circuit designs. which will allow you to practice a lot on your skills in designing electronic circuits. So what's gonna be your choice. that's it and feel free to watch the first free lecture down below that explains the content of this course. we hope to see you inside. and when you join us please don't forget to leave a review.