SkyRadar's Electronics Laboratory includes 3 subsets: analog electronics, digital electronics and microcontroller technology. Watch the videos.

Analog Electronics

The laboratory starts with an introduction into analog electronics. This analog module it set around a protected power supply with adjustable voltage and many sockets to measure output.


Included components are a module of a Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT) biasing in an amplifier, an Amplifier Bias FET module, a Differentiator module, an Integrator module and Adder, an Oscillator module, a Filter module, a Power control module, a Power Amplifier mixer module, a Power supply module as well as an Oscilloscope dual channel, 30 MHz.

Digital Electronics

The digital electronics sub-module consists of solutions for sequential and combinatory logic.


These include a Power supply block, protected against voltage peaks and short-circuits, 8 On/Off generators, an adjustable clock, LEDs, resistors, potentiometers, diodes and transistors, Logic Gates (NO, AND, NAND, OR, NOR, XOR), flip-flops, an more.


The micro-controller subsection consists of a microcontroller board, an input and output board and a compiler and C-language environment for connected computers.


This sub-section forms the bridge from electronics to Information Technology.

Let's talk

Stay tuned to be always the first to learn about laboratories and training solutions in ATSEP qualification.

Or click on the image below to get more information about SkyRadar's laboratories.

New call-to-action

New call-to-action