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Semiconductor Circuit Technology 


DestroSolutions includes this training as part of its innovative Cyber Security Training Program.

Semiconductor devices stand as the cornerstone of the electronics realm, taking the shape of diodes, transistors, thyristors, diacs, triacs, and integrated circuits. Whether you're a skilled worker, technician, or engineer, grasping the functions and interplay of these components is paramount. This seminar unravels circuits containing semiconductors, guiding you through calculations up to the final product. Armed with this knowledge, participants gain the ability to autonomously dissect and devise circuits employing these elements. The training is enriched by a wealth of reference materials for self-guided exploration, and its clarity is accentuated by a profusion of real-world instances.

Educational Objective:
The crux of circuit design on both the elemental and functional levels rests in circuit analysis and synthesis. Upon completion of the seminar, attendees emerge with the capability to independently craft, evaluate, and translate electronic circuits into tangible products. Essential attributes such as electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) robustness and dependability also remain integral aspects of consideration.



This course is suitable for a group of people who have already gained experience in the design of electronic circuits. Contents of the "Deconstruction seminar electronics" are required.


Components and characteristic curves
     - Diodes
     - Z-Diodes
     – LED
     - Photodiodes
     - Bipolar transistors (npn, pnp)
     - Field effect transistors (MOSFET, SFET)
     - Semiconductors of power electronics

Functions and operating modes of analog technology
      - Amplifier
      - Switch 
      - Schmitt-Trigger
      - NF amplifier
      - Power electronics
      - Differential amplifier / operational amplifier
      - Offset compensation
      - Frequency response compensation
      - Power sources
      - Voltage sources
      - Switching power supplies
      - Heat management


Functions and operating modes of digital technology
      - Monostable circuits
      - Stable circuits  
     - Bistable circuits 
     - AD converter
     - DA converter
     - Gate, inverter, counter
     - Microcontrollers, microprocessors
    - Basics of logic synthesis (CPLD, FPGA)


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