About this course

This course is ideal for students, working professional & electronic enthusiastic in Embedded system design and the field of Electrical, Electronics & Instrumentation world. It is highly applicable in any industry, for engineers, designers, or developers who want to strengthen and amplify their skills in interactive electronics. 

You will learn about electrical & electronics systems, network analysis techniques, analog and digital electronics Industrial sensors and actuators, microprocessors and controllers. Starting from the very basics and goes up to advance electrical & electronics engineering.

After completion of this course, you will be able to create electronic devices and systems, that read the data about the external world using a variety of sensors. After receiving data through sensors, forwarding it to the controller, which takes a meaningful decision to control the external world by controlling actuators.  

The creation of such devices will involve design, in-depth knowledge of each and every component, processors & controllers, the assemblage of circuit boards, coding, and diagnostics. This course will be useful to anyone facing the task of home and industrial automation, automotive sector, IT Industry, as well as to anyone engaged in industrial design, research and development.

Length:             2 Weeks

Level:               Advanced

Course Type:     Offline

Language:         English

Price:                Rs. 8000

Certification:     PDF & Printed

Technology:      Electronics


Contact Us:       tech@logiczap.in

Ideal For

  • Diploma / Degree holders in Engineering (any stream)

  • Bachelor's Degree holders in any stream

  • Students with exposure to the automobile industry

  • Professionals working in the automobile / IT industry    

What you will learn

Module 1: Basic Concept of Networks

Types of Network Elements
Analysis of Passive Elements - 

          Analysis of Resistor

          Analysis of Inductor

          Analysis of Capacitor

Series and Parallel Equivalent of -




Absorbed and Delivered Power
Kirchoff's Law -


Example & Application of KVL

Example & Application of KCL
Voltage Divider Rule

Example & Application of Voltage Divider Rule

Current Divider Rule

Example & Application of Current Divider Rule
Start to Delta Conversion

Example & Application of Start to Delta Conversion

Delta to Star Conversion

Example & Application of Delta to Star Conversion
Representation of Voltage Source

           Ideal Voltage Source

           Practical Voltage Source

Representation of Current Source

           Ideal Current Source

           Practical Current Source
Example & Application based on Voltage and Current Source 
Important Equivalent Circuit
Source Transformation

Voltmeter and Ammeter
Question-based on Voltmeter and Ammeter
Concept of Supernode with Example
Question-based on Supernode
Concept of Supermesh with Example
Question-based on Supernode and Supermesh

Module 2: Network Theorems

Introduction of Thevenin's Theorem
Example & Application based on Thevenin's Theorem

Introduction of Norton's Theorem

Example & Application based on Norton's Theorem

Introduction of Maximum Power Transfer Theorem

Example & Application based on Maximum Power Transfer Theorem

Maximum Power Transfer Theorem in Complex Network

Maximum Power Transfer from one circuit to other

Question-based on MPT 

Introduction of Superposition Theorem

Example & Application based on Superposition Theorem
Question-Based on Superposition Theorem

Questions Based on RL Network 
Impulse & Step Response of Series RL Network
Pulse Response of Series RL Network
Important Question of Series RL Network 
Important Question of RL Network 
Important Question of RL Network
Transient & Steady State Behavior of Capacitor


Module 3: Transient Analysis

Introduction of Transient
Concept of 0⁻| 0 | 0⁺ in Transient Analysis
Analysis of First-order Differential Equation
Transform Domain of Inductor & Capacitor
Transient Analysis of RL Network
Transient Analysis
of RC Network 

Transient Analysis of RLC Network 
Concept of Time Constant in RL Circuit

Concept of Time Constant in RC Circuit

Concept of Time Constant in RLC Circuit

Module 4: Sinusoidal Steady-State Response

Introduction of Sinusoidal Steady-State Analysis
Example of Sinusoidal Steady -State Analysis

Application of Sinusoidal Steady-State Analysis
Transient Free Response


Introduction to Signals & Systems
Basic Operations on Signals
Complex Operations on Signals

Elementary Signals

Details discussion on Elementary Signals
Special Functions

Periodic Signals

Non-periodic Signals
Continuous-Time Periodic Signals
Discrete-Time Periodic Signals
Continuous-Time Energy Signals 

Continuous-Time Power Signals 
Discrete-Time Energy Signals

Discrete-Time Power Signals
Linear Time-Invariant Systems
What is BIBO Stability

BIBO Stability Criteria 


Introduction to Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT)
Symbolic Representation of Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT)
An important discussion on Bipolar Junction Transistor (

Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT) Configurations
AC Analysis of Bipolar Junction Transistor (

Details discussion on AC Analysis of Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT)

DC Analysis of Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT)

Details discussion on BC Analysis of Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT)
Biasing of Transistor

               Fixed bias
               Collector-to-base bias
               Fixed bias with & without emitter resistor
               Voltage divider bias or potential divider
               Emitter bias

Introduction of Region of Transistor

              Saturation region

              Active region

              Inverse active region

              Cutoff region

Introduction to Clamper circuit
Positive Clamper Circuit
Negative Clamper Circuit

Peak detector Circuit
Voltage Doubler Circuit

Introduction to Rectifier Circuit

Understanding Diode Models for Rectifier Operation
Half Wave Rectifier Circuit
Construction of Half Wave Rectifier

Working of Half Wave Rectifier
Full Wave Rectifier 

Construction of Full Wave Rectifier
Working of Full Wave Rectifier

Module 7. Operational Amplifier

Introduction to Op-Amp
Symbolic Representation
Transfer Characteristics of Op-Amp
Comparator Circuit
Zero-Crossing Detector
VGC (Virtual Ground Concept)
Ideal Non-inverting Op-Amp
Ideal Inverting Op-Amp
Special Case of Adder
Special Case of Subtractor
Introduction to Schmitt Trigger Circuit
Ideal Integrator Circuit
Practical Integrator Circuit
First Order Low Pass Filter
First Order High Pass Filter
Ideal Differentiator Circuit
Practical Differentiator Circuit
Integrator and Differentiator
Concept of Bandpass and Bandstop Filter



Basic gates-AND, OR & NOT
Universal gates-NAND
Universal gates-NOR
Switching Circuit Representation-basic & universal gates
Special Purpose Gates-XOR
Special Purpose Gates-XNOR
Switching Circuit Representation-Special Purpose Gates

Laws of Boolean Algebra

Associative Law, DeMorgan's Law & Duality
Representation of Boolean Function-SOP & POS
Standard/Canconical SOP & POS form

Two variable K-Maps

Three variable K-Maps
Four variable K-Maps
Concept of Don't Care
Prime Implicants 

Essential Prime Implicants
Basic of Number System  

Number System Conversion 

The short cut of number system conversion

BCD Codes
Gray Code

Tips & Tricks to find 2's
1's & 2's Complement's Arithmetic

Introduction to Combinational Circuits 

                 2:1 Multiplexer

                 4:1 Multiplexer

                 8:1 Multiplexer
Procedure to find the output of Multiplexer

Designing Multiplexer
                Designing of 2:1 Multiplexer
                Designing of 4:1 Multiplexer
                Designing of 8:1 Multiplexer
Designing any function using Minimum Number on MUX
Designing of Higher-Order MUX using Lower Order MUX 
Designing of Higher-Order Decoder using Lower Order...
Priority Encoder
Half Adder

Full Adder
Half Subtractor  

Full Subtractor

Sequential Circuits 

SR Latch using NOR gate
SR Latch using NAND gate

Introduction to Flip-Flop

Working of Flip-Flop
SR Flip-Flop

Characteristics Table 

Characteristics Equation and Excitation Table
D Flip-Flop

Characteristics Table 

Characteristics Equation and Excitation Table

JK Flip-Flop 
Characteristics Table 

Characteristics Equation and Excitation Table
T Flip-Flop

Characteristics Table 

Characteristics Equation and Excitation Table

Flip-Flop Conversion

Introduction of Counter

Type of counter
Designing of Synchronous Counter from Next State Equation
Analysis of Synchronous Counter 
External Input in Counter 

Module 9. Microprocessor and a Microcontroller.

Introduction and a brief history of Microprocessor and a Microcontroller.

Introduction to assembly language

The brief concept of compiler, assembler, linker, and debugger

What is a Microprocessor and a Microcontroller
Basic Parts of Microprocessor and Microcontroller
Difference between Microprocessor and Microcontroller

Processor Core and Functional Block Diagram
Description  of memory organization
Applications of Microprocessors and Microcontrollers

Introduction to ATMEGA 328P 

ATMEGA 328P Architecture

Timing Diagram

Instruction Formats 

ATMEGA 328P Features

I/O & Memory Interfacing

Memory Interfacing

Weighted Resistor DAC 
Parallel Comparator ADC 
Successive Approximation ADC 
Counter Type ADC & Workbook Questions 10
Full-Scale Voltage, Resolution & Step Size through...
R-2R Ladder Type DAC


What is Sensor?

What is Actuator?

Different types of Sensors & working principle

         - Light  sensor
         - Motion  sensor
         - Temperature  sensor
         - Magnetic fields  sensor
         - Gravity  sensor
         - Humidity  sensor
         - Moisture  sensor
         - Vibration  sensor
         - Pressure  sensor
         - Electrical fields sensor
         - Sound sensor
         - Position sensor

Different types of Actuators & working principle

According to Type of Motion

         Linear Actuator

         Rotary Actuator

According to Type of Power 






Application of Sensors & Actuators


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Scope of learning

  • In-depth Theory discussion

  • In-depth discussion on basics

  • Practical demonstration of all module

  • One to one doubt clearing sessions

  • Discussion on industrial scenario and demand at the International level

  • Module wise activities & demonstrations

  • Expert trainers with several years of Industrial experience

  • Get support in writing a research paper

  • Get support on published research papers

  • Get support on carrying out research activity on selected ideas

  • Get support on PATENTS Filling on selected ideas

  • Get support on Placement

  • Selected candidates will get Internship opportunities


Electronics Engineering &

Circuit analysis