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I2E201: Advanced Electronics & Programming with Arduino


8 sittings, 90m each



NOTE: When you download this course, you gain access to detailed content, instructions with hands-on projects, and exercises designed for self-study, covering the topics mentioned above.

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About the Course

I2E201: Advanced Electronics & Programming with Arduino is designed for students with prior electronics knowledge. Building on the foundational concepts introduced in I2E101, this class delves deeper into advanced topics, offering hands-on learning experiences.

Over the span of 8 classes, students will explore advanced concepts such as AC/DC, frequency and amplitude modulation, pulse width modulation (PWM), and signal generation using an oscilloscope. They will also dive into using the Arduino simulation platform to design and debug circuits online.

With a focus on practical application, students will learn to program various components, including LCD displays, temperature, humidity, ultrasonic, and IR sensors. They will gain proficiency in manipulating number systems, including decimal, binary, octal, and hexadecimal.

The curriculum includes exciting projects like creating a SONAR using an ultrasonic sensor, working with a micro servo motor using PWM, and programming IR remote controls. By the end of the course, students will have developed a strong foundation in advanced electronics and programming concepts, setting them up for further exploration and innovation in the field.

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