Essentials of Electronic Technology
$1990 per person
Electronic technology has rapidly worked its way into a diverse array of applications. In this three-day course you will learn new insights and timely information on circuit functions and their components, computer memory, processors, communication gear, and related technologies. Our course instructor clearly explains key concepts, offers examples, and provides many opportunities for actual practice and use of electronics essentials. From this newly gained knowledge, you can work better with EE information, handle customer questions with more background, and work out legal issues with stronger knowledge.
The course is intended for professionals with limited or no prior knowledge or experience in electronics. People who will benefit from the course include those in management and design; purchasing and legal departments, quality control, sales, and non-electrical engineering & manufacturing as well as anyone who desires to have a better grasp of electronics. From capacitors, inductors, and resistors to computers and fiber optic communication devices, this course gives the essential information you need to know about electronics. Those who combine knowledge about electronics with their professional expertise become invaluable assets to their organization.
Robert Hanson, MSEE has unmatched experience in teaching and knowledge of electronics. As a Testability Overseer for Boeing Commercial Airline products, Mr. Hanson has worked with non-EEs and EE’s. His over 40 years of work experience in the design manufacturing and testing areas have enabled him to consult and train both nationally and internationally. As a digital design engineer at The Boeing Company, Rockwell, Honeywell, and Loral, Mr. Hanson designed and provided prototype operational analysis on many high-speed designs, including PCBs for AWACs, B1-B, 747-400, missiles, and ground support test equipment. He has played a very active role in automating the line, implementing robotics and participating in produciblity studies, and working in the CAE/Cad/CAT, JIT , simulation and automatic assembly environments. He also has performed studies and headed research projects in the computer-integrated manufacturing environment. Mr. Hanson has extensive experience in the testing disciplines (both factory and field, commercial and military). His teaching experience include electronic conventions, over 100 private companies on site, and universities. Boeing Company awarded him Aerospace Man of the Year for saving $6,000,000 for inventing a new testing technique for the Boeing B-1 bomber electronics.