Electronics Engineering

Electronics Engineering

Electronics engineering is the study of electronic devices, circuits, and systems. It involves designing, building, testing, and maintaining electronics equipment. There are many different types of electronics engineers, including computer hardware engineers, software engineers, embedded system engineers, communications engineers, power electronics engineers, and radio frequency engineers.

Electronic engineering is the study of how electricity flows through circuits. In electronics engineering, engineers use math and science to design electronic devices. Engineers work closely with computer scientists to create products that make our lives easier. Electronic engineers may specialise in designing computers, televisions, radios, cell phones, cars, robots, and many other types of technology.

An electrical engineer designs and tests electrical components and systems. An electrical engineer uses math and science to analyse electrical power distribution, transmission, and consumption. Electrical engineers design everything from small appliances to large buildings. Electrical engineers may specialise in designing electric motors, batteries, lighting, or any number of other electrical devices.

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Electronics engineering

Let’s take a look at the different variations of Electronics Engineering

Computer Hardware Engineering

Computer hardware engineering is the design of computers, their components, and how they work together. A computer hardware engineer designs the physical structure of a computer, including its motherboard, memory chips, hard drive, and peripherals. We create applications software, operating systems, and databases.

Software Engineering

Software engineering is the application of human ingenuity to create software. As software engineers, we write programs, algorithms, and scripts that automate tasks. These tasks could range from simple spreadsheets to complex web-based applications. Software engineers often collaborate with other engineers to develop products that solve problems.

Embedded System Engineering

Embedded system engineering is the integration of computing technology into everyday objects. An embedded system engineer creates hardware and software solutions for consumer electronics, industrial automation, automotive, and medical devices.

Communications Engineering

Communications engineering is the study of telecommunications technologies and networks. It includes the design, installation, maintenance, and repair of communication systems and networks. A communications engineer might specialise in wireless networking, fiber optics, cable television, satellite communications, cellular networks, Internet Protocol (IP), and digital subscriber line (DSL).

Power Electronics Engineering

Power electronics engineering is the use of electrical power conversion techniques to convert electrical energy between forms. Electrical power conversion is the process of changing the voltage, current, or both of an electric signal. Power electronics engineers use these skills to make sure electricity flows smoothly throughout a facility.

Radio Frequency Engineering

Radio frequency engineering is the study of electromagnetic waves and how they affect electronics. RF engineers use special tools to measure and analyse signals. They also use these tools to test and troubleshoot electronic devices.

Computer Science

Computer science is the study of information systems. Computer science focuses on the theory behind computing and programming languages. Computer science involves using mathematics and logic to solve problems.

Mechanical Engineering

A mechanical engineer designs machines and structures. A mechanical engineer analyses forces and motion. He or she designs machinery, vehicles, bridges, buildings, and many other objects. Mechanical engineers may specialise in designing automobiles, airplanes, or manufacturing equipment.

Software Engineering

Software engineering is the application of engineering principles to computer programs. Software engineers write code to automate tasks and develop applications. Software engineers may specialise in developing mobile apps, websites, video games, or any number of different software projects. Code used in our projects include C and C++, with Windows development using C# and VB.Net or a combination of these.

Biomedical Engineering

Biomedical engineers apply scientific knowledge to medicine. They design medical devices, surgical instruments, prosthetics, and diagnostic tools. Biomedical engineers may specialise in designing pacemakers, defibrillators, or any number of medical devices.

Chemical Engineering

Chemical engineers design chemical processes and products. Chemical engineers may specialise in designing refineries, pharmaceutical factories, or any number of industrial chemicals. Chemical engineers may also research alternative fuels and renewable energy sources.

What is Electronics Engineering?

Electronics is the science of controlling electrical signals using electronic devices. In the world of plant engineering, electronics is used to control lights, fans, pumps, and other mechanical equipment. There are many different types of electronics, including analog, digital, microcontrollers, and sensors.

Analog electronics use physical components to create voltage levels based on the amount of current flowing through them.

Digital electronics use binary code to represent information.

Microcontrollers are small computers that have been integrated into circuits.

Sensors measure environmental conditions and send data back to a computer.

Electronics engineering

Circuitry is the art of connecting electronics together to make things work. When building circuitry, you need to know how to connect wires and solder points correctly. You also need to understand how to wire resistors, capacitors, transistors, and LEDs.


Soldering is the act of joining two pieces of metal together using a molten alloy. Once the metals cool down, they become permanently attached. To do soldering properly, you need to learn about the correct way to hold the tools and what temperatures to use.


Wiring is the art of connecting the various parts of a circuit together. You need to know how to wire a resistor, capacitor, LED, transistor, and diode.


Programming is the act of writing instructions onto a microcontroller chip. These instructions tell the microcontroller what to do. Programming is done using software.