NetLinx® Programming incorporated into Microcontroller Course for Certificate III in Electronics and Communications Qualification by Swinburne University 28 May 2013 – In a first for the AV Industry, AMX NetLinx® Programming is to be incorporated into the Develop software solutions in microcontroller based systems (UEENEEH015B) course offered by Swinburne University of Technology. This unit of competency is part of the national training package for the Certificate III in Electronics and Communications (UEE30910) qualification. Swinburne approached AMX Australia regarding incorporating this content into the curriculum in late 2011 and AMX University Manager for Australia & New Zealand spent three days with Swinburne instructors earlier this year providing training on the AMX Programmer I syllabus. The updated course is to be offered by Swinburne from August 2012. "We are delighted to see AMX programming included into this Certificate III qualification and thank the team at Swinburne University for the opportunity to be involved" said Graham Barrett, Technology Director for AMX in Australia & New Zealand. "AMX University has been operating in Australia for 15 years and to have AMX training incorporated into the Certificate III qualification presents a great opportunity to expand the reach of our training, delivering more skilled people to the growing AV industry in this country. This course at Swinburne will provide AMX Dealers with a greater pool of skilled graduates to increase their installation & programming capability." Subject outline structure for "Develop software solutions in microcontroller based systems" (UEENEEH015B). This unit of competency is part of the national training package for the Certificate III in Electronics and Communications (UEE30910) qualification. Subject overview, Microcontroller operation, Programming and testing environment, Assembler program development, simulation and debugging Branching, timing loops, subroutines, bit masking, arithmetic operations Programming and testing in a C environment, C program development, simulation and debugging Branching, timing loops, functions, bit masking, arithmetic operations Array in numeric and passing data to and from functions LCD display and string arrays String library functions and keyboard scanning routine AMX Programmer I course objectives, AMX system devices selection and connection, NetLinx Studio configuration and addressing Program development with NetLinx Studio: relay control, IR control Program development with NetLinx Studio: relay control and IR control using conditional statements, functions, modules as virtual devices Program development with NetLinx Studio: volume control using keypad and touch panel, projector control via the RS-232 Serial Port, loops Project for the AMX programmer I certificate
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