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Analog Electronics - Hardware Engineering

Split into levels for beginners (now available), intermediate and advanced (coming soon), this course takes you from the basics right through to more complex problems.
Analog Electronics - Hardware Engineering

Analog electronics is fundamental to the field of electronic engineering, without it we wouldn't have any digital devices as we know them today.

Through taking this course you will be able to intuitively analyze and design real-world complicated practical circuits such as the one shown above.

Take this course if you want to learn how to:

  • Analyse and design real-world circuits so you no longer need to pretend you know what you're doing.
  • Diagnose and fix hardware problems instead of living dangerously playing with 🔥 out of your boards.
  • Become one of the rare and very highly sought after engineers that really understands and appreciates hardware

There are three levels available that should be chosen based on both your current knowledge level and aspirations for development.

  • Beginners level - now available!
  • Intermediate level - coming soon
  • Advanced level - coming soon

Sample modules

Atoms - sample module
To begin our journey into analog electronics we need to understand the basics of atoms. At their core, atoms are the building blocks of matter. The word atom is derived from the Greek word meaning indivisible as it was originally thought that atoms were the smallest entities in the universe
Circuit Stimulation with LTSpice - sample module
LTSpice is an excellent free circuit simulation tool that is also the most widely used SPICE (Simulated Circuit with Integrated Circuit Emphasis) tool in the industry. We will regularly use this tool throughout this course to build expertise. So let’s have a walkthrough with the video below! Want to…
AC Circuit Analysis - sample module
The good news is that every technique we have learnt to date for DC circuit analysis carries over to AC circuit analysis, all we have to do is simply treat resistance as impedance and voltage as a phasor and recall the reactance formulas for capacitors and inductors, that’s it! And

Course Options


Beginners Level - available now

This level covers:

  • Intuitive understanding of electrons, current, voltage, resistance, and power
  • Series, Parallel, Series-Parallel circuit topologies as well as any generalised circuit topology
  • Systematic analysis of circuits via Kirchoff's Voltage Law, Kirchoff's Current Law, Thevenin's Theorem, Norton's Theorem, Branch Current Analysis, Mesh Current Analysis, Nodal Analysis, and Superposition as well as a handful of others
  • Introduction to transient circuits which feature resistors, capacitors, and inductors connected in all configurations
  • AC circuit analysis for circuits containing resistors, capacitors, and inductors
  • How to simulate circuits

Intermediate Level - coming soon!

This level covers:

  • The concept of feedback in Electronic Systems
  • Types of Amplifiers
  • Design and Construction of an Audio Amplifier
  • Design and Construction of an AM Radio
  • Oscillators
  • Fourier Analysis
  • Real component models
  • Fundamentals of PCB Design
  • Higher order filters
  • Generators and Motors
  • Regulators and Switch Mode Power Supplies
  • What is a breadboard and how do we use them?
  • What is a multimeter and how do we use them?
  • What is an oscilloscope and how do we use them?
  • What is a soldering iron and how do we use them?

Advanced Level - coming soon!

This level covers:

  • Noise in Electronic Systems
  • Signal Integrity
  • ESD: Electrostatic Discharge
  • EMC and EMI compliance
  • Safety Compliance
  • DFM: Design For Manufacturing
  • Advanced PCB Design
  • Analog IC Design