A Microcontroller is a programmable IC, which could be designed specific to a brand/model. It
is decided based on the required functionality. Thus, it’s a strong and useful tool.
Microcontrollers use high-level languages like C++ or Java for its development. Among the
important tools required for programming Microcontrollers, an integrated development
environment (IDE) is the most essential tool.
Why Microcontroller 8051?
Microcontrollers have vast functional applications in various industries such as in Communication (Cell phones), Medical (ECG machine), Electronic products (Robots, Toys), Printers, Fax, etc.
Get the relevant skill-sets and get job opportunities.
What you will master?
Programming Microcontrollers’ core components like MCU peripherals.
Basics of Driver development & make peripheral driver for your own Microcontroller.
Prototyping APIs and their execution.
Some Sample Videos:
Class:1- Kicking off with Microcontroller.
Class:2- Overview of Embedded System.
Class:3- Microcontroller technology evolution.
Class:4 - Basics of sensor and actuator.
Class:5 - Pic microcontroller Intro.
Class: 6 -Understanding pic16f877a microcontroller.
Class:7 - Session on pic architecture.
Class: 8 - Know about interrupts and timer.
Class:9 - USART pic microcontroller tutorial.
Class: 10 - Assembly language basics.
Class: 11 - Understanding programming software.
Class: 12 - Explanation on MIT input and output devices.
Class: 13 - 7 Segment Display Interfacing with Pic Microcontroller.
Class: 14 - Session on the Dip switches.
Class: 15 - About intelligent LCD display.
Class: 16 - Stepper motor and different types of Stepper motor.
Class: 17 - Concept of serial communication.
Class: 18 - Know about the Interfacing circuit.
Class: 19 - Optoisolator basics.
Class: 20 - Session on 12C SPI and serial memory.
Class:21 - Study about on-chip peripherals.
Class:22 - About Preprocessor directives.
Class:23 - Overview of Inline assembly
Class:24 - Calling assembly function tutorial.
Class:25 - How to convert the assembly program?
Class:26 - Understanding Hi-tech c compiler.
Class: 27 - What are the latest updates in embedded fields?
Class: 28 - Introduction to In-Circuit Emulators.
Class: 29 - Interface of ICD debug.
Class: 30 - Overview of RTOS (Microcontroller)
Schedule Your Classes
The course duration is 1 Months (30 days)
Classes on weekdays - Monday to Saturday.
Classes on weekends - Saturday and Sunday.
Materials will be provided.
Please note that the Training may vary for each and every student.
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