3 MONTH EMBEDDED SYSTEM PROGRAM- A STEP OF RELEVANCE IN YOUR CORE DOMAIN

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Introduction to 'C'

  • Objectives of C
  • Applications of C
  • Relational and logical operators
  • Bit wise operators
  • The assignment statement
  • Intermixing of data types
  • type conversion
  • cast Operator
  • Multiple assignment
  • Type definitions
  • Input/Output Routines
  • Formatted and unformatted I/O operations

Control Flow Statements In 'C'

  • If statement
  • else-if statement
  • While statement
  • for loop, do, while loop
  • Switch
  • break and continue
  • goto

Functions

  • Definition of function and it's uses
  • Format of a function
  • Calling the function
  • C storage classes - extern
  • Automatic variables
  • Static variables
  • Register variables Recursive functions
  • Command line arguments

Array and String

  • 1-D,2-D array and string
  • String handling library functions
  • Additional string functions
  • Searching
  • Sorting with different algorithms
  • ferror()
  • ftell()
  • feof(),
  • fopen,fwrite,fread,
  • File handling system calls - open(),
  • read(), write(), lseek(), close(),
  • Database handling in C

Pointers

  • Introduction to pointers
  • The 'address of' and 'indirection' operators
  • Pointer expression
  • Data types of pointers
  • Pointers and arrays
  • Assignment of pointers
  • Pointer arithmetic
  • Comparison of two pointers
  • Pointers and functions
  • Pointers and strings

C Preprocessor

  • Macros with Arguments
  • Macro Versus Function
  • Directive
  • Conditional Directive

Structures

  • Introduction to structures
  • Declaration and reference,
  • Accessing structure elements,
  • Array of structures,
  • Nested structures,
  • Self-referential structures,

Union Enumerated Data Type

  • Introduction to Union
  • Dynamic memory allocation
  • Typedef statement

Files

  • Introduction and need for a file
  • Library functions to open/close a file,
  • Functions to read/write a single
  • Character from a file
  • Formatted input output functions used in file
  • handling fscanf(),
  • fprintf(),
  • fgets(), fputs()
  • Flushing buffers,
  • Functions used in file handling - fseek(),

Interfacing of Seven and Fourteen Segment Display

  • Introduction to 7 Segment Display
  • Types of 7 Segment Display
  • Interfacing Circuit Description of 7 Segment Display
  • Programming of 7 Segment Display Interfacing
  • Introduction to 14 Segment Display
  • Types of 14 Segment Display
  • Interfacing Circuit Description of 14 Segment Display
8051 (MicroControllers using Assembly and C)

Introduction to Embedded System

  • History Need of Embedded System
  • Basic components of Embedded System
  • Hardware Classification of Embedded System
  • Programming Language Classification of Embedded System
  • Advantage Disadvantage of Low level High level programming language of Embedded System

Microprocessor Microcontroller Classification

  • Difference between Microprocessor Microcontroller
  • Classification based on architecture
  • Classification based on Instruction Set
  • Type of Microcontroller
  • Memory Classification

Introduction to 8051 Microcontroller

  • Introduction of ATMEL 8051 family
  • Block diagram description of AT89C51
  • Special feature of AT89C51
  • Pin description of AT89C51

Registers Memory of AT89C51

  • Description of RAM
  • Description of CPU Registers
  • Function of SFR

Assembly Language Programming of AT89C51

  • Addressing modes of AT89C51
  • Directives of Assembly Language
  • Data Transfer Instruction
  • Jump Instruction
  • Arithmetic Instruction
  • Logical Instruction
  • Branching Instruction

Interfacing of LED AND MATRIX

  • Introduction of LED's
  • Interfacing Circuit Description of LED's
  • Programming of LED's Interfacing
  • Interfacing of LED Matrix

Interfacing of ADC

  • Introduction to ADC
  • Interfacing circuit of ADC
  • Working Interfacing of Temperature Sensor (DS1621 LM35)

Interfacing of External Memory

  • Introduction to External Memory Interfacing
  • Introduction to I2C Protocol
  • Using I2C library to read/write External Memory

Introduction of EMBEDDED C

  • Introduction to Embedded C
  • Different between C Embedded C
  • Data Type of Embedded C
  • Operators of Embedded C
  • Statements Loops of Embedded C

Interworking of Assembly Embedded C

  • Inline Function
  • Inline Assembly Routines

Programming Interfacing using EMBEDDED C

  • Programming of Timer Counter
  • Programming of Serial Port
  • Programming of Interrupt
  • LCD Interfacing
  • Motor Interfacing
  • Key board Matrix Interfacing

Interfacing of LCD

  • Introduction to 16 x 2 LCD
  • Commands of 16 x 2 LCD
  • Interfacing Circuit Description of 16 x 2 LCD
  • Programming of 16 x 2 LCD

Interfacing of Switches Keyboard Matrix

  • Introduction to Switches Keyboard Matrix
  • Interfacing Circuit of Switches Keyboard Matrix
  • Programming of Keyboard Matrix Switches
  • Controlling of LED's by using Switches
  • Key board Matrix LCD Interfacing Program

Interfacing of Motors

  • Introduction to Motors
  • Types of Motors used in Embedded System
  • Programming Controlling of Motors in Embedded System

Timers Counter Programming

  • Introduction to Timer Counter
  • Difference between Timer and Counter
  • Description of SFR associated with Timer Counter
  • Programming of Timer Counter

Serial Communication Programming

  • Introduction to Serial Communication
  • Types of Serial Communication
  • Description of SFR associated with Serial Communication
  • Introduction Interfacing of UART
  • Programming of UART

Interrupt driven Programming

  • Introduction to Interrupts
  • Types of Interrupts
  • Programming of Software Hardware Interrupts
  • Difference between RISC and CISC
  • Memory Classification

Computer Languages

  • Low Level Languages
  • Middle Level Language
  • High Level Language
  • Advantage Disadvantage of Low level High level programming language of Embedded System
  • Interaction of language with Compilers

Embedded Development Tools

  • Assembler
  • Interpreter
  • Compiler
  • Simulator
  • Emulator
  • Debugger

Designing with Microcontrollers

  • Introduction to 8051 and Family
  • Introduction to Microchip and Family
  • Block Description of PIC 18F458
  • PIN diagram Description of PIC 18F458
  • Introduction of File Register (RAM)
  • Introduction To RAM Architecture
  • Access Bank
  • Special Features of PIC18F458
Advanced Embedded System PIC ( PIC18XXXX)

Introduction to Embedded Systems

  • History need of Embedded System
  • Basic components of Embedded System
  • Hardware Classification of Embedded System
  • Programming Language Classification of Embedded System

Classification of Microprocessor Microcontroller

  • Difference between Microprocessor Microcontroller
  • Classification based on Architecture
  • Classification based on Instruction Set
  • Type of Microcontroller
  • Memory Classification

Brief Introduction to Computer Architecture

  • Classification of Von-Neumann and Harvard Architecture

Introduction to PIC18 Compiler/ Simulator

  • MPLAB Compiler
  • MPLAB C 18 Compiler
  • Micro Pro C Compiler
  • PIC18 Simulator IDE
  • Proteus

Real world interfacing – LED

  • Brief introduction to P-N Junction Semiconductor Devices and LED
  • Circuit Description of Interfacing LED
  • LED Programming Patterns

Real world interfacing – 7 segment display

  • Theory of 7-Segment Displays
  • Writing Decoding Chart for 0-f character
  • Writing one digit UP/DOWN Counter Program
  • Programming 2 Digit/3 Digit /4 Digit Counter
  • Introduction To TLC (Traffic Light Controller) Programming

Real world interfacing – LCD

  • Block Diagram of LCD
  • Types of LCD
  • Pin Structure of 16x2 LCD
  • Hardware Interfacing Circuit
  • LCD Command set
  • Writing program to drive LCD

Timer/Counter programming

  • Description of SFR associated with Timer/Counter
  • Configuring as a Timer
  • Configuring as Counter
  • Delay Count Calculations

Interfacing of switches keyboard matrix

  • Introduction to Switches Keyboard Matrix
  • Interfacing Circuit of Switches Keyboard Matrix
  • Programming of Keyboard Matrix Switches
  • Controlling of LED's by using Switches
  • Key board Matrix LCD Interfacing Program

Real world interfacing – MOTORS

  • Different kind of Motors
  • Interfacing of DC Motors and Stepper Motor
  • Motor Drivers Interfacing

Using Internal/External Memories

  • Introduction to External Memory Interfacing using Intel Bus Timing
  • SFR configuration to read/write Internal Memory (EEPROM)
  • Using library to read/write Internal EEPROM

Introduction of EMBEDDED C

  • Why C
  • Benefits of C over Assembly
  • Constants, Variables Data Types
  • Operators
  • Control Statement and Loops
  • Introduction to preprocessor directives
  • Assembly within C (Inline Assembly)

Serial Communication programming

  • Introduction to the Communication System
  • Types of communication System
  • Introduction to Serial Communication
  • Description of SFR associated with Serial Communication
  • Data Framing and UART Introduction
  • Introduction Interfacing of UART
  • Programming of UART

Interrupt driven programming

  • SFR associated with Interrupts
  • Interrupt Handling Methods
  • Programming Hardware Interrupts
  • Programming Timer Interrupts
  • Programming Serial Interrupts

Using and configuring adc

  • Introduction to ADC
  • ADC Initialization

Introduction of sensors

  • Introduction of Transducers
  • Types of Sensors
  • Sensor Interfacing

Introduction to signal Decoder IC

  • DTMF

Protocol Interfacing

  • SPI Protocol
  • I2C Protocol

Introduction to CCP and ECCP programming

  • Standard CCP Module
  • Enhanced CCP Module
  • Compare mode programming
  • Capture mode programming
  • Motor interfacing
  • 16x2 LCD Display
Embedded Systems with Microcontroller (AVR)

Embedded system

  • Brief idea of Embedded Systems Industrial applications
  • Application/Area wise need of Embedded
  • Hardware classification for Embedded

Brain of Embedded Appliances

  • Brief idea of Micro-controller/processor
  • Why Microcontroller?
  • Architecture of Microcontroller
  • System architecture – RISC, CISC, Harvard, Von-Neumann
  • Architecture of Microcontroller

Embedded C

  • Introduction classes
  • Conditional statements or looping
  • C – Array

Microcontroller (AVR)

  • Features of microcontroller
  • Pin out of microcontroller
  • GP I/O Port specification
  • Description about all Ports
  • Description about IDE for programming
  • Proteus Simulation for microcontroller
  • I/O programming using Embedded C
  • Led on/off programming
  • Delay generation through function
  • Led pattern programming
  • Sensor interfacing with microcontroller

Working with file

  • Unix file Structure
  • File and directory maintenance
  • Changing the attributes of a file systems
  • File handling concepts
  • Normal level file handling
  • Low level File handling

Processes and Signals

  • What is process?
  • Process Structure
  • The Process Table
  • Viewing Processes
  • System Processes
  • Process Scheduling

Getting Started

  • Kill a process
  • Fork
  • Starting New Processes
  • Waiting for a Process
  • Zombie Processes
  • Input and Output Redirection
  • Execve ,exec ,execv, execlp ,execl ,execve
  • Process commands
  • Signal handling

Threads

  • What is thread
  • Thread programming
  • Wait queues
  • Spin lock

Advanced features of Microcontroller

  • TIMER
  • ADC
  • Serial communication
  • Advance Communication Protocol
  • Project as per Module
Linux Internals

Getting Started

  • Introduction to Unix and Linux
  • Programming Linux
  • Linux Compiler
  • History of Linux
  • Types of Linux platform
  • Real time system

Linux basics and commands

  • File Handling
  • Text Processing
  • System Administration
  • Process Management
  • Archival
  • Network
  • File Systems
  • Advanced Commands
  • Synchronization
Inter-process communication:

Pipes

  • what is pipe
  • Process Pipes
  • The pipe call
  • Parent and child processes
  • Named pipes

Semaphores, message queues and shared memory

  • Semaphores
  • Semaphore Definition
  • Linux Semaphore Facilities
  • Using Semaphores

Shared Memory

  • shmget
  • shmat
  • shmdt
  • shmctl

Message Queues

  • msgget
  • msgsnd
  • msgrcv
  • msgctl

Sockets

  • What is socket
  • Socket connection
  • Socket Attributes
  • Creating a Socket
  • Socket Addresses
  • Naming a Socket
  • Creating a Socket Queue
  • Accepting Connections
  • Requesting Connections
  • Closing a Socket
  • Socket Communications
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