FRAMEWORK COURSE PLAN::
I. Basic concepts related to the programming of integrated circuits.
II. Overview of programmers necessary to perform basic repairs of modern electronic devices.
III. Practical exercises in the area of programming IC bones for various purposes.
IV. Digital oscilloscope and its application in advanced diagnostics of electronic devices.
V. Stereoscopic microscope - a useful inspection tool.
During the training, students will have the opportunity to learn about the presented devices and use each of them in a practical way.
TIME - 24 TEACHING HOURS
PREREQUISITES BEFORE TRAINING:
There are no special requirements for participants. Manual skills, basic electronic knowledge, basic ability to read schematic diagrams and boardview, the ability to solder BGA circuits and knowledge of the relationship between individual power and signal lines are welcome.