Electronic Engineering is a very interesting area especially if you are passionate about it, you would learn about electron tubes, and semiconductor devices, especially transistors, diodes and integrated circuits that are utilised to design electronic circuits, devices and systems, electrical components, printed circuit boards.
Electronics engineering deals with implementation of applications, principles and algorithms. This Engineering field is has other sub-fields such as analog electronics, digital electronics, , embedded systems, power electronics and consumer electronics.
In an Electronic Engineering Internship, you could be involved in working with colleagues to design new systems, circuits and devices or develop existing technology, Testing theoretical designs, Writing specifications and technical reports, Following defined development processes, Systematically improving the detailed design of a piece of electronic, equipment, Ensuring safety regulations are met, Ensuring that a product will work with devices developed by others, can be made again reliably, and will perform consistently in specified operating environments, Creating user-friendly interfaces, attending meetings with subcontractors and stakeholders, Project planning and preparing budgets, working with technicians and other colleagues, Keeping up to date with developments in technologies and regulations
Examples of Electronic Engineering Internships:
- Internship in Signal processing
- Internship in Telecommunications engineering
- Internship in Control engineering
- Internship in Instrumentation engineering
- Internship in Computer engineering
- Internship in VLSI (Very-large-scale integration) Design Engineering
- Internship in printed circuit board (PCB) Research and Development
- Internship in printed circuit board (PCB) Design
- Internship in printed circuit board (PCB) production
- Internship in developing prototypes of electronic devices
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