Feb 21, 2019
This course is a great overview of thermal and flow sensors and how to implement them as well as select them. It's also a great course in using the Cypress PSoC.
Jul 03, 2019
The PSoC is a great technology that I didn't know before. I'm going to use it at home in my personal projects and at work as quick prototyping and testing.
创建者 JiaJie, X•
Feb 16, 2020
Overall is good for video conten and reading materials. Instructors paid a lot effor making those.
There may be one thing to improve, not much interaction with student's question, i have asked 3 questions in the forum but not one got answered.
创建者 Ajibade S•
Mar 05, 2020
Sensor and Sensor Circuit Design is a course packed with vital information on low signal processing and integration techniques of various sensors for embedded system. It is a course that I will recommend for automation and process personnel.
创建者 J A P•
Dec 08, 2019
I liked the theoretical instructional videos, but the practical application (PSoC programming) videos need work. I would also like to see an answer key for the quizzes with explanations (after receiving a passing grade).
创建者 Guillaume V•
Nov 10, 2019
urse about sensors. Instructors are senior engineers. Looking forward to the other courses of the specialization.
创建者 Rebecca G•
May 13, 2019
The videos are good enough. The final project is frustrating as the leap between what was given in unit 2 and what was expected in unit 5 is pretty huge. The big down grade is the serious lack of input by instructors / TAs/ etc. You can't just throw the material out there are hope it makes sense... it always makes sense to the instructor, right ?
创建者 David M C•
Nov 19, 2019
It lacks a little of info where refering to circuit wiring and API's code
创建者 Samuel C•
Mar 22, 2020
The emphasis in course material is more on granular, applied details relating to sensor specification than on theoretical concept. The graded assignments tend to emphasis many easy questions rather than a few difficult ones.
创建者 JuanEs P•
Feb 25, 2020
There are some interesting concepts on debugging I found really useful, I was hoping for more applications or sensor integration labs, the lab ends up being a tutorial