Electronics-Technology-HomeTutorClass-&-Electronics-Tech-OnlineTuitionClass-near-me-GreaterNoidaWest

Electronics Technology ( ET ) Tutors Near Me , Electronics Technology ( ET ) Classes Near Me :

Electronics Technology ( ET ) Online / Home ( Tutors, Tuition Classes, Teachers, Electronics Technology ( ET ) Tuition Classes, Electronics Technology ( ET ) Tutors, Electronics Technology ( ET ) Teachers, Electronics Technology ( ET ) Online Tutors, Electronics Technology ( ET ) Home Tutors, Electronics Technology ( ET ) Live Teachers, Electronics Technology ( ET ) Online Lessons, Electronics Technology ( ET ) Online Trainings, Electronics Technology ( ET ) Workshops, Electronics Technology ( ET ) Trainers, Electronics Technology ( ET ) Vocational Courses, Electronics Technology ( ET ) Online Teachers, Electronics Technology ( ET ) Online Trainers, Electronics Technology ( ET ) Online Learnings, Electronics Technology ( ET ) Online Coaching, Electronics Technology ( ET ) Online Courses, Electronics Technology ( ET ) Home Trainers, Electronics Technology ( ET ) Home Teachers, Electronics Technology ( ET ) Online Vocational Skills ) over Weekends & Weekdays ( Morning & Evening sessions ) for Class 9th, Class 10th, Class 11th, Class 12th, college level students, Workshops' Participants, seminars & adult recreational learners near me in Greater Noida, Greater Noida West, Delhi NCR, Gurgaon ( Gurugram ), Ghaziabad, Faridabad, Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad, Bangalore ( Bengaluru ) and other major locations within India & Abroad :

Electronics Technology ( ET ) - Introduction & Scope :

The subject of Electronics Technology ( ET ) is one of the emerging vocational and scientific disciplines that now encompass almost every  technological aspect of human evolution. It comprises a critical component of modern, research intensive Engineering & Technical landscapes. Electronics Technology ( ET ) is more modern and upcoming in nature than the specialisation of Electrical Technology ( ET ). Electronics Technology ( ET ) builds upon the classical discipline of Electrical Technology ( ET ). Latter more or less limits itself to the traditional concepts of power, current  and electricity. Electronics Technology ( ET ) leverages upon the outcome of their predecessor's research, thus, leading us to where we stand today.

 

Electronics Technology ( ET ) builds upon the modern principles of Physics ( the study of natural phenomenon and nature ) through analysis of atomic constitution, by understanding different behaviour and interactions of various sub - atomic particles ( like electrons, protons, neutrons and others ), analysis of semi - conductors, knowledge about properties and treatment of sub-atomic particles. Today, we can tame and harness most of our energy needs through learnings acquired from the subject of Electronics Technology ( ET ). Further, we continue to learn more, discover more about the potential and scope of Electronics Technology ( ET ), thus, pushing the currently known limits further. We continue to discover more information and this science of Electronics Technology ( ET ) continues to evolve.

Electronics Technology ( ET ) covers several key concepts, terminologies and hypothesis, including but not limited to Biploar Junction Transistors, Semi Conductors, Amplifiers, CMOS, MOSFET, JFET, FET, N Type Semiconductors, P Type Semiconductors, various Diodes like Zener Diodes, study of Voltages, Currents, DC or Direct Currents, Analog Currents, Battery Configurations & Operations, Resistors, Capacitors, Inductors, Atomic Configurations  & Atomic Models, Electronic Fields, Electronic Potential, Electron Ions, Ionisations, Ionising Radiations, Magnetic Fields, Electro-Magnetic Fields or EMF, Electrons, Cathode Ray Oscilloscopes or CRO, Magnetic Deflections, Oscillators, Tuners, MF Stages, Zener Diodes, LED or Light Emitting Diodes, Liquid Crystal Displays or LCD, High Definition Systems, Electronic Ovens, Electronic  Printers, Electronic Scanners, Electronic Cable TVs, Electronic Scrambling, Electronic IF Stage, Electronic Picture Tubes, Sound Stage, CD, DVD, various Recorders, Analog Signals, Digital Signals, Digital Recordings, Magnetic Recordings, various Microphones like Carbon Microphones, Electronic Loudspeakers, Electronic Reactance, Electronic Capacitance, Electronic Piezo Electric Effects, Electronic Impedance, Electronic Woofer, Electronic Tweeter, Electronic Squawkers has significant impact to the existing Electronic technology know - how that today covers almost every industrial sector and domain. Without harnessing Electronic Energy, today's human existence is very difficult. The dependence has now become inseparable. In the following sections, we look and extrapolate the contemporary knowledge around the discipline of Electronic Technology ( ET ). We will analyse in detail each and every component and concept related to Electronics Technology ( ET ).

Electronics Technology ( ET ) Teachers Near Me :

Thus, based upon the above highlighted understanding, Wise Turtle Academy strives to deliver extremely good quality "Electronics Technology ( ET ) Online Tutors" over weekends and weekdays with flexible customised morning and evening sessions. Related sessions & workshops are organised in localities near you and near me in Greater Noida, Greater Noida West, Delhi NCR, Gurgaon ( Gurugram ), Ghaziabad, Faridabad, Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad, Bangalore ( Bengaluru ) and other major Indian locations, as well as International locations. These classes are successfully delivered through Online Tutoring & Home Tutoring modes to the students of different schools, colleges and even adult recreational learners. The prominent areas of Greater Noida covering "Electronics Technology ( ET ) Vocational Skills Learning Online Tuition Classes" & Online Tutoring services are Pari Chowk, LG Chowk, Gamma 1, Xu 1, Pi 1, Sigma 1, Gamma 2, Alpha 1, Alpha 2, Xu 2, Pi 2, Sigma 2, Beta 1, Beta 2, Xu 3, Pi 3, Sigma 3, Xi 1, Xi 2, Phi 1, Phi 2, Sigma 4, Xu 4, Pi 4, Phi 3, Pi 5, Phi 5, Omicron 1 A, Omicron 2, Omicron 3, Zeta 1, Zeta 2, Eta 1, Eta2, Delta 1, Delta 2, Knowledge Park 1, Knowledge Park 2, Knowledge Park 3, Jaypee Greens ( Narmada Gate, Star court Towers 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 ), Omaxe Connaught Place Mall, Rampur Jagir Chowk, Alpha Commercial Belt, Surajpur, Sharda Hospital, Sector 150, ATS Pristine Sector 150, Sector 144, Sector 143, Sector 27, Sector 90, Sector 78, Sector 76, Sector 75, Sector 77, Sector 79, Sector 80, Sector 91, Sector 92, Sector 93, Sector 94, Sector 95, Builder's Area, Pocket P 7, Swarna Nagari, Tughalpur Village, Kasna, Greater Noida Expressway, Yamuna Expressway, Sector 31, Sector 32, Sector 33, Sector 34, Sector 35, Sector 36, Sector 37, sector 38, sector 39, Sector 40, Sector 41, Sector 42, Sector 43, Sector 45, etc.. There are many more areas, that are covered under our services for "Electronics Technology ( ET ) Vocational Skills Learning Home Tuition Classes" and Home tutoring. In case, your residential areas near me in Greater Noida & Greater Noida West don't show up in the list of above prominent areas, please contact us directly to clarify further.

Following is the general outline of NCERT / CBSE - ( Central Board of Secondary Education ) prescribed syllabus for vocational skills' subject  of Electronics Technology ( ET ) for Class 12th ( Class XII - 12 ) :

Unit 1. Basic Occupational Safety and Precautions
Unit 2. Microphones and Loudspeakers
1. Construction, working principle and frequency response of Carbon Microphone,

Variable Reactance Microphone, Capacitance Microphone,

Piezo-Electric Microphone, Moving Coil Microphone.
2. Frequency ranges of musical instruments, Intensity and Dynamic Range,

Constructions and working principles of Moving Coil Loudspeaker,

Impedance and Power Level of loudspeaker,
Frequency characteristics of Practical Loudspeakers:

Woofer, Tweeter, Squawker, and Loudspeaker Enclosure.
Unit 3. Recorders
1. Analog and digital sound recording,

Disk recording and reproduction,

working principle with block diagram of disk recording and reproduction.
2. Principle of magnetic recording and playback,

Requirement of bias,

Working principle with block diagram of a tape recorder system.
3. Principle of optical recording,

CD / DVD manufacturing and recording,

CD / DVD player system,
Advantages / Disadvantages.
4. Steps for Fault finding & Analysis.
Unit 4. TV System
1. Working principle with block diagram of TV transmitter and receiver,

Brief description with circuit diagram:

TV Tuner, Video IF stage, Sound stage,

Picture tube & its associated circuit,
Synchronizing circuits, Horizontal & vertical deflection circuits,

Remote control of a TV receiver,
Idea of bandwidth, blanking and synchronization pulses,

modulation scheme, monochrome system,

extension of colour transmission.
2. Channel and cable type TV system,

Head end processor,

Trunk & cable distribution system with block diagram,

Scrambling.
3. Introduction to LCD and LED TV systems,

Introduction to high definition systems.
4. Steps for Fault finding & Analysis.
Unit 5. Modern Appliances
1. Working principle and block diagram of following:
Microwave oven, Telephone, Fax machine,

Printers, Scanners.
2. Steps for Fault finding & Analysis.

Teaching Activities : 
The teaching and training activities have to be conducted in classroom, laboratory / workshops and field visits. Students should be taken to field visits for interaction with experts and to expose them to the various tools, equipment, materials, procedures and operations in the workplace. Special emphasis should be laid on the occupational safety, health and hygiene during the training and field visits.

 

Classroom Activities :
Classroom activities are an integral part of this course. Interactive lecture sessions, followed by discussions should be conducted by trained teachers. Teachers should make effective use of a variety of instructional or teaching aids, such as audio - video materials, colour slides, charts, diagrams, models, exhibits, hand - outs, online teaching materials, etc. to transmit knowledge and impart training to the students.


Practical Work in Laboratory / Workshop :
Practical work may include but not limited to hands - on - training, simulated training, role play, case based studies, exercises, etc. Equipment and supplies should be provided to enhance hands - on learning experience of students. Only trained personnel should teach specialized techniques. A training plan that
reflects tools, equipment, materials, skills and activities to be performed by the students should be submitted by the teacher to the Head of the Institution.

 

Skill Assessment ( Practical ) :
Assessment of skills by the students should be done by the assessors / examiners on the basis of practical demonstration of skills by the candidate. Practical examination allows candidates to demonstrate that they have the knowledge and understanding of performing a task. This will include hands - on practical exam and viva voce. For practical, there should be a team of two evaluators. The same team of examiners will conduct the viva voce.

 

Project Work :
Project Work ( individual or group project ) is a great way to assess the practical skills on a certain time period or timeline. Project work should be given on the basis of the capability of the individual to perform the tasks or activities involved in the project. Projects should be discussed in the class and the teacher should periodically monitor the progress of the project. Teachers should provide feedback for improvement and innovation.

 

Field Visits :

Field visits should be organised as part of the project work. Field visits can be followed by a small - group work / project work. When the class returns from the field visit, each group might be asked to use the information that they have gathered to prepare presentations or reports of their observations. Project work should be assessed on the basis of practical file or student portfolio.

 

Student Portfolio :
Student Portfolio is a compilation of documents that supports the candidate’s claim of competence. Documents may include reports, articles, photos of products prepared by students in relation to the unit of competency.

 

Viva Voce :
Viva voce allows candidates to demonstrate communication skills and content knowledge. Audio or video recording can be done at the time of viva voce. The number of external examiners would be decided as per the existing norms of the Board and these norms should be suitably adopted / adapted as per the
specific requirements of the subject. Viva voce should also be conducted to obtain feedback on the student’s experiences and learning during the project work / field visits.

 

Organisation of Field Visits / Educational Tours : 
In field visits, children will go outside the classroom to obtain specific information from experts or to make observations of the activities. A checklist of  observations to be made by the students during the field visits, should be developed by the teachers for systematic collection of information by the students on the various aspects. Principals and Teachers should identify the different opportunities for field visits within a short distance from the school and make necessary arrangements for the visits. At least three field visits should be conducted in a year.

 

List of Equipment and Material :
1. Resistance - various values / sizes
2. Condensers - various values / sizes
3. Transformer such as Battery Eliminator mains and Battery charger
4. Side cutting insulated pliers – 15 cm
5. Long Nose insulated pliers 15 cm
6. Wire cutter, spring type
7. Screw driver set – 10 cm, 15 cm, 20 cm
8. Soldering Iron – 35 W / 220 V, Solder Wire – 60, 40 and soldering Iron Stand
9. Tinned Copper Wire
10. VARIAC Single Phase
11. Wire Stripper
12. Steel Scale
13. Combination Pliers
14. Crimping Tools
15. Electronic Tool Kit
16. Analog Oscilloscope : Oscilloscope 30 Mhz Dual Trace
17. Digital Multimeter 4 & ½ Digits
18. Function Generator 0.3 Mhz To 3 Mhz
19. DC regulated Power Supply ( 30 V / 5A )
20. Frequency Counter 0.1 Hz to 1 GHz
21. Universal IC Tester, Digital IC upto 40 pins
22. Three Terminal Voltage Regulator Trainer Board
23. Diode & Zener diode Characteristics Trainer Board
24. Rectifier and Filter Trainer Board
25. Transistors Characteristics Trainer Board ( CE, CB, CC )
26. TV pattern Generators
27. Telephone Trainer Kit
28. Mobile Communication Training System
29. Communication Simulation Software
30. Fax machine trainer
31. Mobile Phone Trainer
32. Single Phase Half Wave Control Rectifier Using SCR Board
33. UPS Trainer
34. Temperature Oven ( 0 - 200 Degree C )
35. Different Microphones & Loudspeaker ( for study of frequency response of microphone )
36. Microwave Oven
37. Colored Television Demonstration kit
38. CD / DVD Player Trainer Kit
39. Stereo Cassette player demonstration cum trainer
40. Facsimile Machine
41. DTH System
42. 8 bit digital multiplexer
43. 1 : 8 line de - multiplexer
44. Multiplex two BCD numbers to seven segment display
45. 3 bit asynchronous up - counter, 3 bit synchronous down counter
46. Universal Shift Registers having SISO, SIPO, PIPO, PISO
47. Encoder / decoder trainer
48. Digital IC Testers
49. Digital IC Power Supplies ( + / - 5V / 1A, + / - 12 V / 1A / + - 15 V, 1 A )
50. GSM trainer kit
51. CDMA trainer kit
52. Digital Trainer Kit with following on board facility :
i. Breadboard,
ii. 16 Nos. of input toggle switches, Sixteen nos. of LED output provision,
iii. Fixed +5V @ 1A and variable ± 15V @ 500mA power supply, Pulser switch for clock input,
iv. Variable frequency clock signal ( 1Hz to 1KHz ), Digital voltmeter
v. Seven segment display
53. TTL IC 7400 ( NAND ), 7402 ( NOR ), 7404 ( NOT ), 7408 ( AND ), 7432 ( OR ), 7486 ( XOR )
TTL IC 7446 ( Common anode decoder driver ), IC 7448 ( Common cathode decoder driver ), seven
segment display ( both common anode : MAN 3910 or equivalent and common cathode : MAN 3940
or equivalent )
53. 8085 microprocessor based microprocessor trainer kit.

 

Practical Guidelines :
1. Assembly study and fault finding of an audio amplifier.
2. Assembly, study and fault finding of a graphic equaliser.
3. Study working, assembly & fault finding of Colour TV.
4. Study working, assembly & fault finding of LCD TV.
5. To trace the fault in the following panel controls and correct them:
a. Volume control.
b. Brightness control.
c. Contrast control.
d. Vertical hold control.
6. To trace the following stages of T.V. set :
a. Tuner.
b. MF stage.
c. Video detector.
d. Video amplifier.
e. Sound I.T.
f. Sound output stage.
g. Syne separator.
h. Vertical oscillator.
i. Horizontal oscillator.
j. Line Driver Stage.
k. Line output transformer.
l. Power supply.
7.To find fault for the following defects :
a. No picture no sound.
b. Sound present, picture missing.
c. Picture rolls vertically.
d. Picture tears ( Horizontal oscillator ) .
e. Faults in tuner / IF / power supply.
8. Study working, assembly & fault finding of tape recorder system.
9. Study working, assembly & fault finding of CD / DVD player system.
10. Study working, assembly & fault finding of Printer.
11. Study working, assembly & fault finding of Scanner.
12. Study working, assembly & fault finding of Microwave oven.
13. Study working, assembly & fault finding of Telephone.
14. Study working, assembly & fault finding of Fax Machine.
15. Study working, assembly & fault finding of UPS system.
16. Study working, assembly & fault finding of DTH kit.

Guidelines for Examiners :
Examiner should check - up at least one result of the examinee.
As far as possible each examinee should be given separate experiment.
Main emphasis should be given on the evaluation of work done, professional competency, workmanship and finish etc.
The object of Viva-voce should be to ascertain the depth of knowledge and understanding of the student.
Questions asked should pertain to experiment performed by the student as well as the experiments.
Each student may be allotted two experiments from the list and he / she may perform any one out of the two.

 

General Instructions to the Students / Candidates :
Note: Before starting the practical, student should submit the connection diagram along with the list of equipment to the examiner.
Each student should check - up the material / tools and equipment as per the requirement of the examination.
Each student should make himself / herself clear in understanding the question paper fully before its commencement.
Any student who finds any problem handling the machine / equipment should immediately contact his / her Invigilator / Examiner.
Each student must do all the required operations himself / herself without the help of other students.
Each student should bear in mind the time allotted to him / her so that he / she may finish his / her jobs within the stipulated time.

Electronics Technology ( ET ) Trainers Near Me :
Wise Turtle Academy has very good experience in delivering "Electronics Technology ( ET ) Online Tutoring & Trainings" that relate to English medium School Boards, viz., CBSE - Central Board of Secondary Education, ICSE - Indian Certificate for Secondary Education, IB - International Baccalaureate, NIOS - National Institute of Open Schooling, IGNOU - Indira Gandhi National Open University, Private Candidates, Uttar Pradesh State Board of Secondary & Senior Secondary Education, Rajasthan Board of Secondary & Senior Secondary Education, other State Boards and Private Patrachaar candidates. We offer quality oriented, contemporary, educational & learning support through flexible hands-on practical, demonstration, skills sharing workshops, seminars, impromptu expressions of skills, etc., over weekends & weekdays, through successful morning & evening sessions. "Electronics Technology ( ET ) Skills Classes" & learning support services are provided by our best, experienced and result oriented Online Trainers and Home Trainers near you and near me in Greater Noida and Greater Noida West.

Following is the general outline of NCERT / CBSE - ( Central Board of Secondary Education ) prescribed syllabus for vocational skills' subject  of Electronics Technology ( ET ) for Class 11th ( Class XI - 11 ) :

Unit 1. Overview of Atom, Sub-Atomic Particles and CRO
1) Brief History of Electronics.
2) Atom and its elements, Bohr Atomic model, Atomic energy level.
3) Electron, Force, Field intensity, Potential, Energy, current, current density, Ionization
potential.
4) Electric field, Magnetic field, Motion of charged particles in electric and magnetic field.
5) Overview of CRO, Electronic and Magnetic deflection in CRO, Applications.
Unit 2. Voltage and Current
1) Resistance, Ohm’s law, V - I Characteristics, Resistors, Capacitors, Inductors.
2) Voltage and Current sources, Symbols and Graphical representation, Conversion of current and voltage sources.
3) Overview of AC, DC, Cells and Batteries, Energy and Power.
Unit 3. Basics of Semiconductor
1) Semiconductor materials, Energy band structure of Insulators, Metals and Semiconductors, Energy gap, Field and Photo-electric emission.
2) Intrinsic & Extrinsic semiconductor, N-type and P-type semiconductor, Drift current, Diffusion current and Total current, Mobility of charges, Effects of temperature on Conductivity of semiconductor.
3) PN junction diode, depletion layer, potential barrier, Forward & Reverse bias, V-I Characteristic, Effects of temperature, Resistance levels, Breakdown in Junction diode, Zener diode, Photo diode, LED, Types and applications of diode.
4) Diode as a rectifier, Half wave and full wave rectification, Voltage multipliers, Zener diode Regulator.
5) Special information – ( Introduction to Filters, Clippers, Clampers ).
Unit 4. Bipolar Junction Transistor
1) Construction and operation of NPN and PNP transistors, Biasing of BJT.
2) CB, CE and CC configuration, Characteristics and transistor parameters for CB, CE, CC configuration.
3) Introduction to FET, JFET, MOSFET, CMOS and VMOS, Characteristics of various transistors, Comparison of various transistors.
Unit 5. Transistor Amplifier and Applications
1) Introduction, Single and Multi stage amplifiers, General amplifier characteristics, Feedbacks in amplifier.
2) Introduction to Oscillators, Multi - Vibrators and Signal generator.
3) Special information - ( Introduction to Thyristors, PNPN diode, SCR, LASCR, DIAC, TRIAC ).


Teaching Activities :
The teaching and training activities have to be conducted in classroom, laboratory / workshops and field visits. Students should be taken to field visits for interaction with experts and to expose them to the various tools, equipment, materials, procedures and operations in the workplace. Special emphasis should be laid on the occupational safety, health and hygiene during the training and field visits.

 

Classroom Activities :
Classroom activities are an integral part of this course. Interactive lecture sessions, followed by discussions should be conducted by trained vocational teachers. Vocational teachers should make effective use of a variety of instructional or teaching aids, such as audio - video materials, colour slides, charts, diagrams, models, exhibits, hand - outs, online teaching materials, etc. to transmit knowledge and impart training to the students.


Practical Work in Laboratory / Workshop :
Practical work may include but not limited to hands-on-training, simulated training, role play, case based studies, exercises, etc. Equipment and supplies should be provided to enhance hands - on learning experience of students. Only trained personnel should teach specialized techniques. A training plan that reflects tools, equipment, materials, skills and activities to be performed by the students should be submitted by the vocational teacher to the Head of the Institution.


Organisation of Field Visits / Educational Tours :
In field visits, children will go outside the classroom to obtain specific information from experts or to make observations of the activities. A checklist of observations to be made by the students during the field visits should be developed by the Vocational Teachers for systematic collection of information by the students on the various aspects. Principals and Teachers should identify the different opportunities for field visits within a short distance from the school and make necessary arrangements for the visits. At least three field visits should be conducted in a year.


List of Equipment And Material :
1. Resistance - various values / sizes
2. Condensers - various values / sizes
3. Transformer such as Battery Eliminator mains and Battery charger
4. Side cutting insulated pliers – 15 cm
5. Long Nose insulated pliers 15 cm
6. Wire cutter, spring type
7. Screw driver set – 10 cm, 15 cm, 20 cm
8. Soldering Iron – 35 W / 220 V, Solder Wire – 60, 40 and soldering Iron Stand
9. Tinned Copper Wire
10. VARIAC Single Phase
11. Wire Stripper
12. Steel Scale
13. Combination Pliers
14. Crimping Tools
15. Electronic Tool Kit
16. Analog Oscilloscope: Oscilloscope 30 Mhz Dual Trace
17. Digital Multimeter 4 & ½ Digits
18. Function Generator 0.3 Mhz To 3 Mhz
19. DC regulated Power Supply ( 30 V / 5A )
20. Frequency Counter 0.1 Hz to 1 GHz
21. Universal IC Tester, Digital IC upto 40 pins
22. Three Terminal Voltage Regulator Trainer Board
23. Diode &Zener diode Characteristics Trainer Board
24. Rectifier and Filter Trainer Board
25. Transistors Characteristics Trainer Board ( CE, CB, CC )
26. TV pattern Generators
27. Telephone Trainer Kit
28. Mobile Communication Training System
29. Communication Simulation Software
30. Fax machine trainer
31. Mobile Phone Trainer
32. Single Phase Half Wave Control Rectifier Using SCR Board
33. UPS Trainer
34. Temperature Oven ( 0 - 200 Degree C )
35. Different Microphones & Loudspeaker ( for study of frequency response of microphone )
36. Microwave Oven
37. Colored Television Demonstration kit
38. CD / DVD Player Trainer Kit
39. Stereo Cassette player demonstration cum trainer
40. Facsimile Machine
41. DTH System
42. 8 bit digital multiplexer
43. 1 : 8 line de - multiplexer
44. Multiplex two BCD numbers to seven segment display
45. 3 bit asynchronous up-counter3 bit synchronous down counter
46. Universal Shift Registers having SISO, SIPO, PIPO, PISO
47. Encoder / decoder trainer
48. Digital IC Testers
49. Digital IC Power Supplies ( + / - 5V / 1A, + / - 12V / 1A / + -15V , 1A )
50. GSM trainer kit
51. CDMA trainer kit
52. Digital Trainer Kit with following on board facility:
i. Breadboard,
ii. 16 Nos. of input toggle switches,
iii. Sixteen nos. of LED output provision,
iv. Fixed +5V @ 1A and variable ± 15V @ 500mA power supply,
v. Pulser switch for clock input,
vi. Variable frequency clock signal ( 1Hz to 1KHz ),
vii. Digital voltmeter
viii. Seven segment display
53. TTL IC 7400 ( NAND ), 7402 ( NOR ), 7404 ( NOT ), 7408 ( AND ), 7432 ( OR ), 7486 ( XOR )
TTL IC 7446 ( Common anode decoder driver ),
IC 7448 ( Common cathode decoder driver ),
Seven segment display ( both common anode : MAN 3910 or equivalent 

and common cathode : MAN 3940 or equivalent ).
54. 8085 microprocessor based microprocessor trainer kit.

 

Practical Guidelines :
1. Study of current and voltage measurement using Ammeter and Voltmeter.
2. Study of current and voltage measurement using Galvanometer.
3. Study of current, voltage and resistance measurement using of Multi - meter
4. Study of voltage amplifier.
5. Study of power amplifier.
6. Study of working principle of Signal Generator and measurement of amplitude, time period and frequency of signal using Oscilloscope.
7. Study of V-I Characteristic of Diode.
8. Study of V-I Characteristic of Zener Diode. And use of Zener Diode as voltage regulator.
9. Study of Half wave rectifier with and without filter circuit.
10. Study of Full wave rectifier with and without filter circuit.
11. Study CE configuration for NPN and PNP transistors and measurement of voltage and current gain.
12. Study CB configuration for NPN and PNP transistors and measurement of voltage and current gain.
13. Study CC configuration for NPN and PNP transistors and measurement of voltage and current gain.
14. Study of working of single layer PCB manufacturing
15. Study of working of double layer PCB manufacturing.
16. Design of 7 segment display using LED and bread board.

Wise Turtle Academy is absolutely sure that it's quality conscious and comprehensive "Electronics Technology ( ET ) Online Teachers" will benefit the students immensely. The Electronics Technology ( ET ) Vocational Skills Online tutors and Electronics Technology ( ET ) Home tutors come from various educational backgrounds, namely, Engineering, Management, Medical, Humanities, Commerce, and more. With adequate qualification, strong competency and rich experience carried by the teachers, it'll be an easy and straightforward task to instruct, guide, train and tutor the students. Trust and mutual understanding among the Electronics Technology ( ET ) Online Tutors, Home Tutors and the Students will go a long way to effect an efficient delivery of "Electronics Technology ( ET ) Vocational Skills Learning" over weekends, as well as weekdays, through flexible morning and evening sessions near me in Greater Noida & Greater Noida West.

Wise Turtle Academy has kept the pricing budget for "Electronics Technology ( ET ) Vocational Skills Classes" very reasonable and as per the industry standards. There is a scope to mutually agree and negotiate upon the tuition or tutoring budget, thus, making it a win-win situation for both the Academy, as well as it's students putting up near you and near me in Greater Noida & Greater Noida West. We encourage the students & residents to come forward and explore our highly effective and efficient "Electronics Technology ( ET ) Vocational Skills Learning Online Training Classes" being organised over weekends & weekdays, with morning and evening sessions. These are being delivered just next to or near major landmarks.

We'll indeed be delighted to hear back from you about your requirements and assure you of our expert "Electronics Technology ( ET ) Vocational Skills' Learning, Tutors, Teachers, Trainings, Seminars, Hands On Practical & Workshops". A One-On-One Online Tutoring Consultation or a Private Tutor visit at your desired premises can be booked with us at absolutely nominal ( only to and fro transportation ) charges.

We'll ensure punctuality, utmost professionalism and full compliance to agreed Visitation, tutoring or Training Time window, as well as, strive to deliver one of the most satisfying tutoring experience ever possible.

Please do explore our services listed under Book Our Services. We are available round the clock and can be directly reached through our Contact Us or Facebook pages.


Looking forward to connecting with you !

Wise Turtle Academy !


​​