Learn Circuits in Montreal, Quebec

Training courses, certificates, diplomas or degree programs of Circuits for students in Montreal, QC


Total 15 training courses and degree programs available.

Arc Flash / Short Circuit

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring
School/Trainer: Electricity Forum Training Institute
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This 2-day Arc Flash/Short Circuit Study Engineering Course will provide students with an in-depth review of short circuit analysis problems in industrial, commercial and institutional power systems and provide the means for solving such problems, and discusses the impact of short-circuit fault currents on equipment selection. The course also highlights the differences in the computational approaches recommended in IEEE and IEC standards. The Arc Flash/Short Circuit Study Electrical Engineering Course component of this Electrical Engineering course is designed to help power system engineers understand how to implement an arc flash study into industrial, commercial and institutional power systems. A commercially available software program for performing fault analysis will be used by the presenter to solve example problems.

Course Objectives
Upon completion of this course, the student will learn:

How current NFPA 70E standards apply to your facility
Standards for limits of approach explained
Safe installation and maintenance of electrical equipment
Arc Flash Protection and Labeling
Which employees must be trained
Safe electrical work practices
The use of personal protective equipment
Test equipment and insulated tools
How to establish and maintain compliance
Learn arc flash approach boundary calculation and more!

Electronic Circuits for Engineers and Technicians Workshop

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring
School/Trainer: IDC Technologies United States
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The Practical Troubleshooting of Electronic Circuits workshop will teach you how to recognise and efficiently troubleshoot common electronic component and circuit problems.

The workshop will give you a solid understanding in common electronic terminology and symbols, as well as the construction and operation of common electronic components. The general troubleshooting process is explained followed by a brief study of various hand tools and electronic test and measuring instruments. You will learn to implement procedures for the testing of electronic components as well as carry out simple repair procedures for the correction of faults on printed circuit boards with confidence.

At the end of this workshop you will be able to:

Recognise and efficiently troubleshoot common electronic component and circuit problems
Demonstrate the construction and operation of common electronic components
Utilise common electronic terminology
Effectively apply the principles of analog meters, digital meters and oscilloscopes
Identify electronic component symbols
Identify components and read their values
Implement procedures for the testing of electronic components
Confidently carry out simple repair procedures for the correction of faults on printed circuit boards

Electrical Equipment and Control Circuits Workshop

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring
School/Trainer: IDC Technologies United States
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Attendance at this workshop will enable you to identify, prevent and fix common electrical equipment and control circuits. With a practical focus, this workshop goes beyond typical electrical theory and provides you with the necessary tool-kit of skills to solve electrical problems from control circuits to motors and variable speed drives.

There is a chasm between the theory of electron flow, magnetic fields and troubleshooting electrical equipment and control circuits in the plant. This workshop shows delegates how to troubleshoot electrical equipment and control circuits. The course helps individuals and employers. It does this by increasing all delegates�knowledge and skills in improving equipment productivity whilst reducing maintenance costs. Attendance on this course will help all delegates identify, prevent and fix common electrical equipment and control circuits. The focus is “outside the box� The emphasis is on practical issues that go beyond typical electrical theory and focus on providing those that attend with the necessary tool-kit of skills in solving electrical problems, ranging from control circuits to motors and variable speed drives. This workshop focuses on the main issues of troubleshooting electrical equipment and control circuits of today to enable you to walk onto your plant or facility to troubleshoot and fix problems as quickly as possible.

Signal Integrity and Board Design for Xilinx FPGAs

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring
School/Trainer: Doulos
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Learn when and how to apply signal integrity techniques to high-speed interfaces between Xilinx FPGAs and other components. This comprehensive course combines design techniques and methodology with relevant background concepts of high-speed bus and clock design, including transmission line termination, loading, and jitter.
You will work with IBIS models and complete simulations using Mentor Graphics HyperLynx. Other topics include managing PCB effects and on-chip termination. This course balances lecture modules with instructor demonstrations and practical hands-on labs.
Training Duration
3 days
Who Should Attend?
Digital designers, board layout designers, or scientists, engineers, and technologists seeking to implement Xilinx solutions. Also end users of Xilinx products who want to understand how to implement high-speed interfaces without incurring the signal integrity problems related to timing, crosstalk, and overshoot or undershoot infractions.

After completing this comprehensive training, you will know how to:
Describe signal integrity effects
Predict and overcome signal integrity challenges
Simulate signal integrity effects
Verify and derive design rules for the board design
Apply signal integrity techniques to high-speed interfaces between Xilinx FPGAs and semiconductor circuits
Plan your board design under FPGA-specific restrictions
Supply the FPGAs with power
Handle thermal aspects

DSP Design Using System Generator

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring
School/Trainer: Doulos
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This course allows you to explore the System Generator tool and to gain the expertise you need to develop advanced, low-cost Digital Signal Processing designs. This intermediate course in implementing DSP functions focuses on learning how to use System Generator for DSP, design implementation tools, and hardware co-simulation verification. Through hands-on exercises, you will implement a design from algorithm concept to hardware verification by using Xilinx FPGA capabilities.
Training Duration
2 days
Who Should Attend?
System engineers, system designers, logic designers, and experienced hardware engineers interested in DSP design training who are implementing DSP algorithms using the MathWorks MATLAB® and Simulink® software and want to use Xilinx System Generator for DSP design

After completing this comprehensive training, you will know how to:
Describe the System Generator design flow for implementing DSP functions
Identify Xilinx FPGA capabilities and implement a design from algorithm concept to hardware simulation
List various low-level and high-level functional blocks available in System Generator
Identify the high-level blocks available for FIR and FFT designs
Design a multiple-clock-based System Generator system
Embed two System Generator designs into a larger design
Use a custom-designed FPGA PCB as a hardware co-simulation target

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