Analog design training

This is the place for any magazine-related discussions that don't fit in any of the column discussion boards below.
Post Reply
LucidGuppy
Posts: 38
Joined: Tue Jun 01, 2004 1:01 am
Location: Deep 13
Contact:

Analog design training

Post by LucidGuppy » Mon Feb 07, 2005 10:13 am

Hey Everyone,<p>I'm looking at enhancing my analog skills and found the following site.<p>http://www.ardem.com/<p>It seems very interesting but I was wondering if anyone else knew of training that involved practical analog design. Google wasn't extremely helpful.<p>Thanks...
Why don't you give yourself a nice big round of applause!

Engineer1138
Posts: 458
Joined: Thu Feb 05, 2004 1:01 am
Location: Minneapolis, MN
Contact:

Re: Analog design training

Post by Engineer1138 » Mon Feb 07, 2005 12:16 pm

Analog design encompasses a wide range of skills. What area exactly are you looking at?<p>There was a mail-in course in Instrumentation Design offered by...I wanna say the ISA(?) Sorry I can't be more specific, it was a long time ago.<p>At the opposite (signal-level wise) end, some colleges offer courses in machine control & Mechatronics (combo of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering/control theory and software). I started a series of courses aimed at a Mechatronics certificate, but moved out of state after the first class. This included a lot of lab time building circuits.<p>I think for something that includes "hands on" work, you're best off looking towards a local university that offers post-baccalaureate or Masters education and taking a few courses that way. I can't imagine an online-only or CDROM class is going to have a lot of lab work.

Post Reply

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 37 guests