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Nandi Venkateshwara Institute of Technology give training in a number of hardware and software courses for an individual as well as for the corporates irrespective of their qualification. NVIT situated in the heart of Bangalore provides world class facilities to their students updated with the latest technologies.

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Manandi court, 3rd floor, 346/17 27th Cross 3rd Block, Jayanagar , Jayanagar, Bangalore, Karnataka, India- 560011, 560011, Karnataka, India
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Frequent Asked Questions

· What are the objectives of this course?

Nandi Venkateshwara Institute of Technology objective doesnot end after finishing course.They provide: 100% placements for their all courses Tie-up with Product and Service IT companies 24X7 placement assistance Assistance being provided at placements@nvit.co.in Tie up with major hardware, networking and Software companies

· Qualification

BE/B.Tech in ECE/EEE/EIE/Electronics/Biomedical/CSE/IT/ MSc (Electronics/Instrumentation, CS, Physics with specialization in Electronics) M.Tech in Electronics/CSE/IT/Mechatronics

What you'll learn on the course

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Digital Designing

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Course programme

  • Module 1: Welcome and introduction to course and staff
  • Module 2: Fundamental concepts
    • Numbers, Computers, and the ARM Cortex M processor
    • ​Lab 2. Run existing project on LaunchPad with switch input and LED output.
  • Module 3: Electronics
    • Resistors, Voltage, Current and Ohm’s Law
  • Module 4: Digital Logic
    • Transistors, flip flops and logic functions
    • Lab 4. Debug a system with two inputs and two outputs.
  • Module 5: Introduction to C programming
    • ​Lab 5. Write a C function and perform input/output.
  • Module 6: Microcontroller Input/Output
    • ​Lab 6. Write C software that inputs from a switch and toggles an LED output.
  • Module 7: Design and Development Process
    • ​Lab 7. Write C functions that inputs from a switch and outputs to two LEDs, which is a simulated pacemaker.
  • Module 8: Interfacing Switches and LEDs
    • ​Lab 8. Interface an external switch and LED and write input/output software.
  • Module 9: Arrays and Functional Debugging
    • ​Lab 9. Write C functions using array data structures that collect/debug your system.
  • Module 10: Finite State Machines
    • ​Lab 10. Interface 3 switches and 6 LEDs and create a traffic light finite state machine.
  • Module 11: UART - The Serial Interface, I/O Synchronization
    • ​Lab 11. Write C functions that output decimal and fixed-point numbers to serial port.
  • Module 12: Interrupts
    • ​Lab 12. Design and test a guitar tuner, producing a 440 Hz tone.
  • Module 13: DAC and Sound
    • ​Lab 13. Design and test a digital piano, with 4 inputs, digital to analog conversion, and sound.
  • Module 14: ADC and Data Acquisition
    • ​Lab 14. Design and test a position measurement, with analog to digital conversion and calibrated output.
  • Module 15: Systems Approach to Game Design
    • ​Lab 15. Design and test a hand-held video game, which integrates all components from previous labs.
    • This lab will not be graded, but we will provide a way for you to upload your source to a server and download code from other students to study and to play.
  • Module 16: Wireless Communication and the Internet of Things
    • ​Lab 16. Connect a CC3100 booster pack to the LaunchPad and communicate with an access point.
    • This lab will not be graded, but we will provide a way for you communicate with a class server.

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