Wireless devices are commonly used in vertical markets such as consumer, automotive, entertainment, and industrial. Today’s engineers, industrial designers, and makers have a variety of wireless chipsets, circuits, and development platforms to choose from for their embedded product designs. In this five-day course, participants will explore a variety of wireless platforms and circuits to use when interfacing to microcontrollers. The prototyping concepts presented are to provide an experimental framework for learning basic electronic circuit interfaces to create wireless microcontroller devices.
May 22, 2017 to May 26, 2017
Continuing Education Center