[63% Off] Basics of electronics. AVR microcontrollers.
Duration: 2.5 hours
Electronic components and circuits. AVR microcontrollers from zero. C language, practical work. Atmega series.
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Alexander Aleshchenko is with you. Friends call me Alex for short. I live in Ukraine. I am constantly involved in the development of various electronic devices, primarily for medicine. Now I am retired, so I have enough time to pass on my experience to beginners electronics engineers. In addition, the coronavirus epidemic does not allow free movement around the world, so I have a lot of free time.
This course is for beginners Electronic Engineers.
After completing this course you will know what the various electronic components are for. You will be able to design the simplest electronic devices.
In the first part of this course we will consider resistors, capacitors, inductors, and active electronic components such as diodes and transistors. You will learn how to connect them in electronic circuits. You will also learn how to power electronic devices.
In the next part of this course, you will learn what microcontrollers are. You will get a basic knowledge of the C language. You will gain knowledge about the development environment, about programming tools. You will gain knowledge about the capabilities of microcontrollers and learn how to develop programs. In this course, we will look at short programs that you can use in your projects in the future.
I develop all my projects on "live" components on the bread board. I advise you to do the same. This practice allows you to better understand how the program works.
Ok, let’s start!