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Course Description

      Module 1: Embedded C Programming

      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
    • PROGRAMMING EMBEDDED SYSTEMS IN C

    • Introduction
    • What is an embedded System?
    • Which processor should you use?
    • Which programming language should you?
    • Which operating system should you use?
    • How do you develop embedded software?
    • HELLO, EMBEDDED WORLD

    • Introduction
    • Installing the Kiel software and loading the project
    • Configuring the simulator
    • Building the target
    • Running the simulation
    • Dissecting the program
    • Aside: Building the hardware
    • ADDING STRUCTURE TO YOUR CODE

    • Introduction
    • Object-oriented programming with C
    • Example: Restructuring the ‘Hello Embedded World’ example
    • Example: Restructuring the goat-counting example
    • Further Concepts
    • Data Types
    • Integer, Character, Float & S-bit
    • Operators
    • Assignment
    • Arithmetic
    • Relational
    • Logical – Bit wise & Byte wise
    • Increment/Decrement
    • Comma
    • Control Flow
    • If & If – else
    • While & Do – while
    • For
    • Switch
    • Continue
    • Break
    • Array
    • Pointers
    • Functions and Header files
    • PROGRAMMING & INTERFACING USING EMBEDDED C

    • Programming of Timer & Counter
    • Programming of Serial Port
    • Programming of Interrupt
    • LCD Interfacing
    • Motor Interfacing
    • Key board Matrix Interfacing
    • Module 2: Introduction to Robotics

      INTRODUCTION TO ROBOTICS

    • Types of robots
    • Legged robots
    • Mobile robots
    • Autonomous robots
    • Manual robots
    • Robotic arm
    • Procedure of building robots
    • ROBOTS AND CONTROLLERS

    • Mobile Robots
    • Embedded Controllers
    • Brief study of Microcontrollers
    • Interfaces
    • Operating System
    • Serial communication concepts with programming
    • Interrupt programming and embedded c concepts how to use KEIL with C concepts
    • LOCOMOTION IN ROBOTS

    • Wheeled
    • Legged
    • Flying
    • Floating
    • CONSTITUENTS OF AUTONOMOUS ROBOTS

    • Sensors
    • Microcontrollers
    • Actuators
    • Module 3: Robotics with AVR

      Microcontroller ATMEGA16 (AVR)

    • Hardware Details
    • Pin Diagram
    • AVR Architecture
    • Interrupts and Timers
    • Microcontroller AVR Assembly Language
    • AVR Studio, WINAVR C, Code Vision AVR
    • INTRODUCTION TO AVR (ATMEGA16)

    • AVR Family
    • Pin Diagram & pin description
    • Pin configuration
    • Memory Organization
    • Input/output pins
    • Special functions
    • System Control
    • USART(Universal Synchronous Asynchronous Rx Tx)
    • SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface)
    • Timer / Counter / Interrupts
    • PWM (pulse width Modulation)
    • I2C (Inter-Integrated Circuit)
    • ADC (Analog To Digital Convertor)
    • Analog comparator
    • BASIC INTERFACINGS

    • LED
    • Switch
    • Keypad matrix
    • LED matrix
    • 7 – segment Display
    • LCD - 2X16 Dot Matrix
    • 8 bit mode
    • 4 bit mode
    • Motors
    • DC Motor
    • Stepper Motor
    • Servo Motor
    • Relay
    • IR – sensor
    • Module 4: Robotics with ARM7

      INTRODUCTION TO ARM ARCHITECTURE

    • Introduction of ARM Architecture
    • Evolution of ARM Architecture
    • Pipeline Concept
    • ARM7 Architecture
    • ARM7 Based Microcontrollers
    • INTRODUCTION TO PHILLIPS LPC21XX

    • General description of LPC21XX
    • Features of LPC21XX
    • Block diagram & pin description
    • Memory map & bus structure
    • SYSTEM PERIPHERALS OF LPC21XX

    • Memory Accelerated Module (MAM)
    • Phase Locked Loop (PLL)
    • Power Control
    • APB (ARM peripheral Bus ) divider
    • Interrupt system
    • Wake –up Timer
    • Brown- out detection
    • Pin Connect Block
    • Vector interrupt Control (VIC)
    • USER PERIPHERALS OF LPC2148

    • Register description, Pin configuration, Features & applications of..
    • GPIO (General purpose input output)
    • Timer/Counter
    • PWM (Pulse Width modulation)
    • RTC (Real Time Clock)
    • WDT (Watch Dog Timer)
    • UART (Universal asynchronous receiver & transmitter)
    • I2C (Inter-Integrated Circuit)
    • SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface)
    • SSP (Synchronous Serial Port)
    • ADC (Analog to Digital Convertor)
    • DAC (Digital to Analog Convertor)
    • BASIC INTERFACINGS

    • LED
    • Switch
    • Keypad matrix
    • LED matrix
    • 7 – segment Display
    • LCD - 2X16 Dot Matrix
    • 8 bit mode
    • 4 bit mode
    • Motors
    • DC Motor
    • Stepper Motor
    • Servo Motor
    • Relay
    • IR – sensor