A comprehensive course for non-electronic engineers to gain insight, practical knowledge and skills in digital electronics, essential to work in projects together with electronic engineers.
13 evening lessons of 3 (17 - 20) or 4 hours (17 - 21 in case of a hands on session) and 1 test.
After completion of this course the participant has gained:
€ 2.450,00 excl. VAT
13 sessions (evenings)
How participants recommend this training to others:
(average score of last 3 editions)
Expected in Q3
The course is intended for engineers (of technical college / university level) working in researc...
The course is intended for engineers (of technical college / university level) working in research, development and/or engineering.
Prior knowledge: The knowledge on electricity as discussed in module 1 of the course "Electronics for Non-electronic Engineers - Basics Electricity and Analog Electronics (ENE-BEAE)" is required to attend this course. If you only attended Module 2, because you already had the prior knowledge for Module 1, you can also attend this 'basics digital electronics' course.
Module 3: Basics digital electronics (13 lessons, 1 test)...
Module 3: Basics digital electronics (13 lessons, 1 test)
Introduction to digital electronics, boolean operators and logic, Karnaugh maps, number systems, memory, counters, standard logic families, state machine, specifications and interfaces, introduction of and design with a microprocessor, PSOC, introduction programmable logic FPGA/CPLD, introduction VHDL/Verilog and digital design, AD and DA converters, EMC and signal integrity, simple communication busses. Hands-on digital logic simulation including VHDL/Verilog. Trouble shooting, DFT.
Study load: 5 hours a course week.
Methods: lectures, demonstrations, exercises, assignments, hands-on, tests. Course material: book...
Methods: lectures, demonstrations, exercises, assignments, hands-on, tests. Course material: book, handouts. Award: diploma or certificate, dependent on the results of one test.
This course is certified by the European society f...
This course is certified by the European society for precision engineering & nanotechnology (euspen) and the Dutch Society for Precision Engineering (DSPE) and leads to the ECP2-certificate, depending on the results of the tests.
'The training was very good, like the analogical course. It is very complete.'
'Offers a very good overview of digital electronics & teaches you practical tricks as well.'