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Gain proficiency in simulating both analog and digital electronics circuits using MATLAB/Simulink, covering a range of components including amplifiers, filters, ADCs, and DACs.

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7 hours, 54 minutes

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February 26, 2024



Original price was: £49.99.Current price is: £19.99. inc. VAT

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This course is tailored to enable you to simulate a wide array of analog and digital electronics devices using MATLAB/Simulink. These include active low-pass filters, active high-pass filters, audio equalisers, inverting amplifiers, non-inverting amplifiers, analog-to-digital converters (ADCs), and digital-to-analog converters (DACs).
Beyond a thorough review of the operational principles behind various electronics components such as amplifiers, filters, ADCs, and DACs, this course offers numerous examples demonstrating how to simulate these devices effectively using MATLAB/Simulink. Additionally, MATLAB/Simulink models for both analog and digital electronics devices, which are created during lectures, are readily accessible for download.
The course structure is divided into the following sections:
  1. Introduction to MATLAB/Simulink for Analog and Digital Electronics: Section 2 provides an overview of passive and active components used in electronics. It covers the installation of MATLAB/Simulink's free trial version, navigation of the library browser, component integration into models, and simulation execution.
  2. Analog Electronics Simulations in MATLAB/Simulink: Section 3 focuses on simulating analog electronics. It begins with a review of inverting and non-inverting amplifiers employing op-amps, followed by simulation exercises. Low-pass and high-pass filters are also examined, with simulation demonstrations. This section concludes with two projects: designing an audio equalizer and a full-wave power electronics rectifier circuit commonly utilised in power supplies.
  3. Digital Electronics Simulations in MATLAB/Simulink: Section 4 delves into digital electronics simulation. It starts by explaining how ADCs function and proceeds with simulations. Additionally, the theory and simulation of DACs are covered. Participants will build and simulate combinational and sequential digital circuits, along with working on two projects: a combinational circuit detecting a specific logic sequence and a sequential circuit design for a garage door opener.
Throughout each section, several models are explored to illustrate the process of designing and simulating electronics devices in MATLAB/Simulink. Participants have access to downloadable models for hands-on practice and customisation.
By mastering the simulation of analog and digital electronics devices in MATLAB/Simulink, participants can advance their careers in electrical engineering and electronics design.

You will have the following skills after completing this course:

  • How to simulate analog electronics and digital electronics in MATLAB/Simulink
  • How to add passive and active electronics components to models in MATLAB/Simulink
  • How to build electronics amplifiers in MATLAB/Simulink
  • How to build digital electronics circuits in MATLAB/Simulink
  • How inverting and non-inverting electronics amplifiers work
  • How to design active electronics filters and how to simulate them in MATLAB/Simulink
  • MATLAB/Simulink electronics models provided so you can follow along and use for your own designs
  • Electronics and Electrical Engineering Simulations in MATLAB/Simulink
  • How analog-to-digital converters (ADCs) and digital-to-analog converters (DACs) work and how to simulate them in MATLAB/Simulink

Who will benefit from this course?

The MATLAB/Simulink for Analog and Digital Electronics course offers valuable insights and practical skills applicable to various individuals across different fields. Potential beneficiaries include:
  1. Electrical Engineering Students: Students pursuing degrees in electrical engineering will gain hands-on experience and practical knowledge in simulating analog and digital electronics circuits, complementing their theoretical understanding.
  2. Electrical Engineers: Professionals working in electrical engineering, particularly those involved in circuit design, analysis, and optimisation, can enhance their skill set by learning MATLAB/Simulink for analog and digital electronics simulations.
  3. Electronics Designers: Individuals responsible for designing and developing electronic systems, including amplifiers, filters, ADCs, and DACs, can benefit from this course to improve their simulation capabilities and refine their designs.
  4. Embedded Systems Engineers: Engineers working on embedded systems, microcontroller-based projects, or IoT devices can leverage MATLAB/Simulink simulations to prototype and test analog and digital electronics circuits before hardware implementation.
  5. Researchers: Researchers in academia or industry conducting studies in the field of analog and digital electronics can utilise MATLAB/Simulink simulations for prototyping, validating theoretical models, and conducting experiments in a virtual environment.
  6. Technicians and Technologists: Technicians and technologists involved in troubleshooting, maintenance, or testing of electronic systems can enhance their skills by gaining proficiency in MATLAB/Simulink simulations for electronics circuits.
  7. Educators and Trainers: Teachers, professors, and trainers delivering courses related to analog and digital electronics, circuit design, or MATLAB/Simulink can incorporate the content and resources from this course into their curriculum to provide practical, hands-on learning experiences for students.
  8. Hobbyists and DIY Enthusiasts: Hobbyists and DIY enthusiasts interested in electronics projects can learn MATLAB/Simulink to simulate and experiment with various analog and digital circuits, facilitating the exploration of new ideas and projects.
Overall, anyone seeking to deepen their understanding of analog and digital electronics simulations using MATLAB/Simulink and apply these skills in their respective fields will find this course highly beneficial.

Why Should You Take This Online Course?

  • Expertly Designed and Delivered by Industry Experts: Developed and delivered by RICARDO ROMERO -Professional Engineer.
  • Immediate Recognition with an Instant E-Certificate: After finishing our online course, you will receive an instant E-certificate. This certification acknowledges your dedication and successful course completion, allowing you to demonstrate your newly gained knowledge and skills to potential employers, colleagues, or clients. The E-certificate validates your accomplishments immediately, raising your professional standing.
  • Convenient Online Learning Experience: Because our course is entirely online, you may learn at your own pace and convenience. The course materials are accessible from anywhere and anytime, making it ideal for people with hectic schedules. The curriculum is delivered via captivating videos and extensive reading materials, creating a dynamic and interactive learning experience.
  • Self-paced Learning for Maximum Progress: We recognise that everyone has various learning styles and time commitments. As a result, our online course provides self-paced study. You can work through the course materials independently, allowing for a more personalised learning experience. Our course supports your individual learning preferences, whether you like to immerse yourself in the information or take it step by step.
  • Laptop, tablet, and smartphone compatibility: Our online course is device-compatible to improve accessibility. Whether you choose a laptop, tablet, or smartphone, you may easily access and interact with the course contents. This adaptability allows you to learn on the go, incorporating your studies into your everyday routine and maximising your learning possibilities.

Career prospects after completing this course:

Completing the MATLAB/Simulink for Analog and Digital Electronics course opens up various career prospects across different industries and roles within the field of electrical engineering and electronics. Some potential career paths and opportunities include:
  1. Analog/Digital Design Engineer: Individuals can pursue roles as analog or digital design engineers, responsible for designing, testing, and optimising analog and digital electronic circuits for a wide range of applications such as consumer electronics, telecommunications, and automotive systems.
  2. Embedded Systems Engineer: Careers in embedded systems involve designing and implementing electronic systems with microcontrollers or microprocessors. Proficiency in MATLAB/Simulink for analog and digital electronics simulations is valuable for prototyping and testing embedded systems before hardware implementation.
  3. Electronics Product Development Engineer: Product development engineers use simulation tools like MATLAB/Simulink to design and optimise electronic products, ensuring they meet performance specifications and regulatory requirements.
  4. Research and Development (R&D) Engineer: R&D engineers in industries like semiconductor, telecommunications, and aerospace use MATLAB/Simulink simulations to develop new electronic components, systems, and technologies.
  5. Automation and Control Systems Engineer: Careers in automation and control systems involve designing and implementing control systems for industrial processes, robotics, and automation equipment. MATLAB/Simulink simulations are used to model and analyse the behavior of control systems before deployment.
  6. Test Engineer: Test engineers use MATLAB/Simulink simulations to develop test plans, perform simulations, and analyse test results for electronic components and systems, ensuring they meet performance and reliability standards.
  7. Academic or Industry Researcher: Individuals interested in research can pursue careers as academic researchers or industry researchers, using MATLAB/Simulink simulations to conduct experiments, validate theoretical models, and advance knowledge in the field of analog and digital electronics.
  8. Technical Consultant: Technical consultants offer expertise in analog and digital electronics design, simulation, and troubleshooting to companies across various industries, providing valuable insights and solutions to complex engineering challenges.
  9. Entrepreneur/Startup Founder: Individuals with expertise in analog and digital electronics simulations can start their own businesses, offering design and consulting services, developing innovative electronic products, or launching tech startups.
Overall, completing this course equips individuals with valuable skills and knowledge that are highly sought after in the field of electrical engineering and electronics, opening up diverse career opportunities and pathways for professional growth and advancement.

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Course Content

    • MATLAB/Simulink for Analog and Digital Electronics – Welcome to the Course 00:00:14
    • MATLAB/Simulink for Analog and Digital Electronics – About Your Instructor. 00:01:00
    • MATLAB/Simulink for Analog and Digital Electronics – Outline and Objectives 00:06:00
    • Review of Passive Components Used in Electronics 00:07:00
    • Review of Active Components Used in Electronics 00:08:00
    • Installing MATLAB/Simulink. 00:03:00
    • Simulink’s Library Browser. 00:03:00
    • Simulink Libraries for Passive Components. 00:02:00
    • Simulink Libraries for Active Components 00:02:00
    • Simulink Libraries for Voltage and Current Sources. 00:01:00
    • Building Electronics Models in Simulink 00:13:00
    • Taking Measurements in Simulink. 00:17:00
    • Review of The Inverting Amplifier 00:12:00
    • Simulating Inverting Amplifiers in MATLAB/Simulink 00:17:00
    • Review of The Non-Inverting Amplifier 00:12:00
    • Simulating Non-Inverting Amplifiers in MATLAB/Simulink. 00:07:00
    • Review of Passive Low-Pass Filters 00:11:00
    • Simulating Passive Low-Pass Filters in MATLAB/Simulink 00:33:00
    • Review of Active Low-Pass Filters 00:08:00
    • Simulating Active Low-Pass Filters in MATLAB/Simulink 00:21:00
    • Review of Passive High-Pass Filters 00:05:00
    • Simulating Passive High-Pass Filters in MATLAB/Simulink 00:06:00
    • Review of Active High-Pass Filters 00:05:00
    • Simulating Active High-Pass Filters in MATLAB/Simulink 00:07:00
    • Review of Active Band-Pass Filers 00:17:00
    • Simulating Active Band-Pass Filers in MATLAB/Simulink 00:17:00
    • Project: Design of an Audio Equalizer in MATLAB/Simulink 00:41:00
    • Project: Design of a Power Electronics Full-Wave Rectifier in MATLAB/Simulink 00:27:00
    • Review of Analog-to-Digital Converters (ADCs) 00:16:00
    • Simulating Analog-to-Digital Converters in MATLAB/Simulink 00:19:00
    • Review of Digital-to-Analog Converters (DACs) 00:13:00
    • Simulating Digital-to-Analog Converters in MATLAB/Simulink 00:07:00
    • Logic Gates and Building Combinational Circuits in MATLAB/Simulink 00:14:00
    • Project: Design of a Three 1s Pattern Combinational Circuit in MATLAB/Simulink 00:22:00
    • Latches, Seal-Ins, and Building Sequential Circuits in MATLAB/Simulink 00:16:00
    • Project: Designing a Garage Door Opener Sequential Circuit in MATLAB/Simulink 00:58:00
    • What’s Next? 00:00:00
    • Get Your Certificate & Transcript 00:00:00

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