The students will explore the use of test instruments to verify and analyse electronic circuits. Students will learn how electronic circuits are designed and used in home, work, and leisure activities. Students will also apply concepts through projects and activities in conjunction with designing and testing various electronic circuits. This course is a foundation for entering careers, hobbies, and everyday participation in a culture grounded in electronics. As students engage in this course, they will learn the basic theories and principles that are fundamental to electronics through the development of exciting class projects.
Basic electronics comprises the minimal “electronics components” that make up a part of everyday electronics equipment. These electronic components include resistors, transistors, capacitors, diodes, inductors and transformers. Powered by a battery, they are designed to work under certain physics laws and principles.
Students are introduced to several key concepts of electronic circuits.
They use the hands-on associated activity to learn about some of the physics behind circuits, the key components in a circuit and their pervasiveness in our homes and everyday lives.
Students learn about Ohm's law and how it is used to analyze circuits.
An integrated circuit is any kind of circuit that is integrated onto a chip. Therefore, what it does to your circuit depends on the type of circuit. It can be an amplifier, a radio transmitter, a microcontroller or any other circuit you can think of.
Logic Gate. Logic gates perform basic logical functions and are the fundamental building blocks of digital integrated circuits.
Sensors are very important part of electronics, especially in Robotics and Automations. Sensors in electronic devices make our life easy by automatically sense and control the devices, without human interaction.
IR sensor is very popular sensor, which is used in many applications in electronics, like it is used in Remote control system, motion detector, Product counter, Line follower Robots, Alarms etc.