Embedded Systems

Kanetkar's Institute of Computing and Information Technology
In Pune

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  • Pune
  • Duration:
    1 Day
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Starts Location
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Pune
101 First Floor, 31+32/9, Prabhat Road Lane #5, Erandwane, 411004, Maharashtra, India
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Course programme

Out of the two hundred and fifty computer languages that are there in subsistence, the primary option of computer expert at present is C / C++. However, there are similar diehards who yet sense that roads to heaven are via Cobol. If C programmers are unintelligent, then the 2 top software organizations of the planet have been foolishly scaling novel heights every day. Microsoft Corporations and Borland International inscribe all their superior selling software in C / C++. These embrace Windows95, Visual C++, Borland C++ etc., and all best sellers in factual sense of the world. For that substance, even the Cobol compiler is written in C.

The reasons for learning this program. To be capable to do worth while programming in C++ the person must have a detailed information of C. One of the best generally enquired questions regarding C language is what one can do with this program. Anything and each thing that can be completed on computers, making the candidate good at this program.

The main contents of the program are as follows:

Embedded C

G.N.U. C Compiler
Work with Make files & Cygwin
Volatilea Qualifiera
Higher Preprocesses Methods
Use of Pointers
Structure & Union
Use of compiler attribute

Interrupts & Timers

Analog to Digital-Conversion
Understand Interrupt
At Mega-32 Interrupt Architectures
At Mega-32 Timer
Temperature Measurements by use of Interrupt
Nest Interruptions
G.C.C. Extension for Interruption

Fundamental of E.S.

Embedded Systems Introduction
Embedded System Board
Use of KSET E.S. Boards
L.E.D. Blinking
L.C.D. Displays Programming
Work with Temp. Sensors

Communications and Interactive Applications

Serial Communications
Interactive Applications by use of Buttons
Menus Driven Programming
TWI or I2C Bus
Reading or Writing R.T.C. by use of I2C

Application of E.S.

Work With Memory
R.O.M., R.A.M., S.R.A.M., D.R.A.M., Flash, E.E.P.R.O.M.
Understand A.V.R. EEPROM Access
Explore E.E.P.R.O.M. Memories
Flash Memories Fundamental
At Mega-32 Flash Memory
Explore Flash Memory Access
At Mega-32 Memory Layouts

Higher level E.S.

Write a Boot-loader
Communicate with Boot-loader
Assembly Languages Programming
In-line Assemblies
Building Processes Internal
Create Make-files
Use Assembly Languages


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