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Training Objectives
MATLAB Fundamentals Is A Course That Provides A Comprehensive Introduction To The MATLAB Technical Computing Environment. This Course Is Intended For Beginning Users And Those Looking For A Review. No Prior Programming Experience Or Knowledge Of MATLAB Is Assumed, And The Course Is Structured To Allow Thorough Assimilation Of Ideas Through Hands-On Examples And Exercises. MATLAB Competency Is Developed In A Natural Way, With An Emphasis On Practical Application. Themes Of Data Analysis, Visualization, Modeling, And Programming Are Explored Throughout The Course.

Topics Include:

  1. Working With The MATLAB User Interface
  2. Entering Commands And Creating Variables
  3. Performing Analysis On Vectors And Matrices
  4. Visualizing Vector And Matrix Data
  5. Automating Commands With Scripts
  6. Writing Programs With Logic And Flow Control
  7. Writing Functions

Pre-Requisites
Familiarity With Undergraduate Level Mathematics And Experience With Basic Computer Operations.

Physical Modeling with Simulink

Training Objectives
This Course Discusses How To Model Electrical Power Systems In The Simulink Environment Using Simpowersystems™.

Topics Include:

  1. Creating three-phase systems with passive components
  2. Modeling power electronic components
  3. Speeding up simulation of electrical models
  4. Power Electronics
  5. Inverters and rectifiers
  6. Connecting to SimElectronics
  7. Inverter control
  8. Speeding up simulations

dSPIC Simulink Programming

You can use Simulink® to develop embedded systems applications for the Microchip dsPIC® family of digital signal controllers (DSCs). This family of 16-bit microcontrollers supports digital and analog I/O, counters and timers, motor control (PWM), and I2C, SPI, UART, and CAN communications.

Using Simulink and the dsPIC blockset, students can develop a graphical model of a signal processing or control system, test it through simulation, and automatically generate code for the Microchip MPLAB IDE. Once the algorithm is running on the dsPIC microcontroller, students can monitor system performance from Simulink by executing the program in external mode.

TMS320C2000 Simulink Programming

ATLAB Coder, Simulink Coder, and Embedded Coder generate ANSI/ISO C/C++ code that can be compiled and executed on Texas Instruments Piccolo F28x 32-bit microcontrollers. Embedded Coder lets you easily configure the code generated from MATLAB® and Simulink® algorithms to control software interfaces, optimize execution performance, and minimize memory consumption. Embedded Coder provides additional support for the Piccolo F28x 32-bit microcontrollers that includes automated build and execution, processor-optimized code, block libraries for on-chip and on-board peripherals, and deployment support using built-in scheduler

Training Objectives
MATLAB Fundamentals Is A Course That Provides A Comprehensive Introduction To The MATLAB Technical Computing Environment. This Course Is Intended For Beginning Users And Those Looking For A Review. No Prior Programming Experience Or Knowledge Of MATLAB Is Assumed, And The Course Is Structured To Allow Thorough Assimilation Of Ideas Through Hands-On Examples And Exercises. MATLAB Competency Is Developed In A Natural Way, With An Emphasis On Practical Application. Themes Of Data Analysis, Visualization, Modeling, And Programming Are Explored Throughout The Course.

Topics Include:

  1. Working With The MATLAB User Interface
  2. Entering Commands And Creating Variables
  3. Performing Analysis On Vectors And Matrices
  4. Visualizing Vector And Matrix Data
  5. Automating Commands With Scripts
  6. Writing Programs With Logic And Flow Control
  7. Writing Functions

Pre-Requisites
Familiarity With Undergraduate Level Mathematics And Experience With Basic Computer Operations.

Physical Modeling with Simulink

Training Objectives
This Course Discusses How To Model Electrical Power Systems In The Simulink Environment Using Simpowersystems™.

Topics Include:

  1. Creating three-phase systems with passive components
  2. Modeling power electronic components
  3. Speeding up simulation of electrical models
  4. Power Electronics
  5. Inverters and rectifiers
  6. Connecting to SimElectronics
  7. Inverter control
  8. Speeding up simulations

dSPIC Simulink Programming

You can use Simulink® to develop embedded systems applications for the Microchip dsPIC® family of digital signal controllers (DSCs). This family of 16-bit microcontrollers supports digital and analog I/O, counters and timers, motor control (PWM), and I2C, SPI, UART, and CAN communications.

Using Simulink and the dsPIC blockset, students can develop a graphical model of a signal processing or control system, test it through simulation, and automatically generate code for the Microchip MPLAB IDE. Once the algorithm is running on the dsPIC microcontroller, students can monitor system performance from Simulink by executing the program in external mode.

TMS320C2000 Simulink Programming

ATLAB Coder, Simulink Coder, and Embedded Coder generate ANSI/ISO C/C++ code that can be compiled and executed on Texas Instruments Piccolo F28x 32-bit microcontrollers. Embedded Coder lets you easily configure the code generated from MATLAB® and Simulink® algorithms to control software interfaces, optimize execution performance, and minimize memory consumption. Embedded Coder provides additional support for the Piccolo F28x 32-bit microcontrollers that includes automated build and execution, processor-optimized code, block libraries for on-chip and on-board peripherals, and deployment support using built-in scheduler

Training Objectives
MATLAB Fundamentals Is A Course That Provides A Comprehensive Introduction To The MATLAB Technical Computing Environment. This Course Is Intended For Beginning Users And Those Looking For A Review. No Prior Programming Experience Or Knowledge Of MATLAB Is Assumed, And The Course Is Structured To Allow Thorough Assimilation Of Ideas Through Hands-On Examples And Exercises. MATLAB Competency Is Developed In A Natural Way, With An Emphasis On Practical Application. Themes Of Data Analysis, Visualization, Modeling, And Programming Are Explored Throughout The Course.

Topics Include:

  1. Working With The MATLAB User Interface
  2. Entering Commands And Creating Variables
  3. Performing Analysis On Vectors And Matrices
  4. Visualizing Vector And Matrix Data
  5. Automating Commands With Scripts
  6. Writing Programs With Logic And Flow Control
  7. Writing Functions

Pre-Requisites
Familiarity With Undergraduate Level Mathematics And Experience With Basic Computer Operations.

Physical Modeling with Simulink

Training Objectives
This Course Discusses How To Model Electrical Power Systems In The Simulink Environment Using Simpowersystems™.

Topics Include:

  1. Creating three-phase systems with passive components
  2. Modeling power electronic components
  3. Speeding up simulation of electrical models
  4. Power Electronics
  5. Inverters and rectifiers
  6. Connecting to SimElectronics
  7. Inverter control
  8. Speeding up simulations

dSPIC Simulink Programming

You can use Simulink® to develop embedded systems applications for the Microchip dsPIC® family of digital signal controllers (DSCs). This family of 16-bit microcontrollers supports digital and analog I/O, counters and timers, motor control (PWM), and I2C, SPI, UART, and CAN communications.

Using Simulink and the dsPIC blockset, students can develop a graphical model of a signal processing or control system, test it through simulation, and automatically generate code for the Microchip MPLAB IDE. Once the algorithm is running on the dsPIC microcontroller, students can monitor system performance from Simulink by executing the program in external mode.

TMS320C2000 Simulink Programming

ATLAB Coder, Simulink Coder, and Embedded Coder generate ANSI/ISO C/C++ code that can be compiled and executed on Texas Instruments Piccolo F28x 32-bit microcontrollers. Embedded Coder lets you easily configure the code generated from MATLAB® and Simulink® algorithms to control software interfaces, optimize execution performance, and minimize memory consumption. Embedded Coder provides additional support for the Piccolo F28x 32-bit microcontrollers that includes automated build and execution, processor-optimized code, block libraries for on-chip and on-board peripherals, and deployment support using built-in scheduler

Training Objectives
MATLAB Fundamentals Is A Course That Provides A Comprehensive Introduction To The MATLAB Technical Computing Environment. This Course Is Intended For Beginning Users And Those Looking For A Review. No Prior Programming Experience Or Knowledge Of MATLAB Is Assumed, And The Course Is Structured To Allow Thorough Assimilation Of Ideas Through Hands-On Examples And Exercises. MATLAB Competency Is Developed In A Natural Way, With An Emphasis On Practical Application. Themes Of Data Analysis, Visualization, Modeling, And Programming Are Explored Throughout The Course.

Topics Include:

  1. Working With The MATLAB User Interface
  2. Entering Commands And Creating Variables
  3. Performing Analysis On Vectors And Matrices
  4. Visualizing Vector And Matrix Data
  5. Automating Commands With Scripts
  6. Writing Programs With Logic And Flow Control
  7. Writing Functions

Pre-Requisites
Familiarity With Undergraduate Level Mathematics And Experience With Basic Computer Operations.

Physical Modeling with Simulink

Training Objectives
This Course Discusses How To Model Electrical Power Systems In The Simulink Environment Using Simpowersystems™.

Topics Include:

  1. Creating three-phase systems with passive components
  2. Modeling power electronic components
  3. Speeding up simulation of electrical models
  4. Power Electronics
  5. Inverters and rectifiers
  6. Connecting to SimElectronics
  7. Inverter control
  8. Speeding up simulations

dSPIC Simulink Programming

You can use Simulink® to develop embedded systems applications for the Microchip dsPIC® family of digital signal controllers (DSCs). This family of 16-bit microcontrollers supports digital and analog I/O, counters and timers, motor control (PWM), and I2C, SPI, UART, and CAN communications.

Using Simulink and the dsPIC blockset, students can develop a graphical model of a signal processing or control system, test it through simulation, and automatically generate code for the Microchip MPLAB IDE. Once the algorithm is running on the dsPIC microcontroller, students can monitor system performance from Simulink by executing the program in external mode.

TMS320C2000 Simulink Programming

MATLAB Coder, Simulink Coder, and Embedded Coder generate ANSI/ISO C/C++ code that can be compiled and executed on Texas Instruments Piccolo F28x 32-bit microcontrollers. Embedded Coder lets you easily configure the code generated from MATLAB® and Simulink® algorithms to control software interfaces, optimize execution performance, and minimize memory consumption. Embedded Coder provides additional support for the Piccolo F28x 32-bit microcontrollers that includes automated build and execution, processor-optimized code, block libraries for on-chip and on-board peripherals, and deployment support using built-in scheduler

Introduction to PCB Design Using Cad-Soft EAGLE

A course for those who are new to circuit design and Cad-soft EAGLE. the course introduces the participants to using eagle for electronic design. each participant will go through labs that put the concepts into practice. common pitfalls to avoid will be highlighted.

Pre-Requisites:

Understanding of circuit design, schematics, and board layout.

Topics Include:

  1. Introduction to EAGLE
  2. Standard Design Flow
  3. Schematic Entry Basics
  4. PCB Placement and Routing Basics
  5. Library Management Basics
  6. Creating Manufacturing Files
  7. Third-Party Tools and Services Available

Professional Design with Cad-Soft EAGLE

This course is for those who are familiar with CAD design in general and are looking to take full advantage of EAGLE. The course starts with detailing the process of creating reliable libraries and issues with this process. Schematic capture and board layout are both addressed. Each participant will go through labs that put the concepts into practice. Efficiencies that are not obvious will be presented that allow the attendee to greatly increase their productivity using EAGLE.

Topics Include:

  1. Schematic Entry
  2. PCB Placement and Routing
  3. Library Management
  4. Creating Manufacturing Files
  5. Third-Party Tools and Services Available

Pre-Requisites:

Each participant should install EAGLE and be familiar with the user interface.

Introduction to PCB Design Using Cad-Soft EAGLE

A course for those who are new to circuit design and Cad-soft EAGLE. the course introduces the participants to using eagle for electronic design. each participant will go through labs that put the concepts into practice. common pitfalls to avoid will be highlighted.

Pre-Requisites:

Understanding of circuit design, schematics, and board layout.

Topics Include:

  1. Introduction to EAGLE
  2. Standard Design Flow
  3. Schematic Entry Basics
  4. PCB Placement and Routing Basics
  5. Library Management Basics
  6. Creating Manufacturing Files
  7. Third-Party Tools and Services Available

Professional Design with Cad-Soft EAGLE

This course is for those who are familiar with CAD design in general and are looking to take full advantage of EAGLE. The course starts with detailing the process of creating reliable libraries and issues with this process. Schematic capture and board layout are both addressed. Each participant will go through labs that put the concepts into practice. Efficiencies that are not obvious will be presented that allow the attendee to greatly increase their productivity using EAGLE.

Topics Include:

  1. Schematic Entry
  2. PCB Placement and Routing
  3. Library Management
  4. Creating Manufacturing Files
  5. Third-Party Tools and Services Available

Pre-Requisites:

Each participant should install EAGLE and be familiar with the user interface.

MATLAB FUNDAMENTALS

Training Objectives
MATLAB Fundamentals Is A Course That Provides A Comprehensive Introduction To The MATLAB Technical Computing Environment. This Course Is Intended For Beginning Users And Those Looking For A Review. No Prior Programming Experience Or Knowledge Of MATLAB Is Assumed, And The Course Is Structured To Allow Thorough Assimilation Of Ideas Through Hands-On Examples And Exercises. MATLAB Competency Is Developed In A Natural Way, With An Emphasis On Practical Application. Themes Of Data Analysis, Visualization, Modeling, And Programming Are Explored Throughout The Course.

Topics Include:
Working With The MATLAB User Interface
Entering Commands And Creating Variables
Performing Analysis On Vectors And Matrices
Visualizing Vector And Matrix Data
Automating Commands With Scripts
Writing Programs With Logic And Flow Control
Writing Functions

Pre-Requisites
Familiarity With Undergraduate Level Mathematics And Experience With Basic Computer Operations.

PCB Design & Layout

A course for those who are new to circuit design and Cadsoft EAGLE. the course introduces the participants to using eagle for electronic design. each participant will go through labs that put the concepts into practice. common pitfalls to avoid will be highlighted.

Pre-Requisites:
Understanding of circuit design, schematics, and board layout.

Topics Include:
Introduction to EAGLE
Standard Design Flow
Schematic Entry Basics
PCB Placement and Routing Basics
Library Management Basics
Creating Manufacturing Files
Third-Party Tools and Services Available