What You Will Learn during this embedded systems course in Delhi

Open source technology is the backbone of today’s IT industry. Same will be true for embedded systems in the coming years. Arduino is an open source platform for AVR microcontrollers. The platform is free for developers worldwide hence work of other engineers can be leveraged to make our work easy. Brief course overview is as follows:-

 

Introduction to Embedded Systems

  • Understanding an embedded system.
  • Study of market profile.

 

Review of Basic Concepts

  • Overview of basic electronics and digital electronics.
  • Microcontroller vs. Microprocessor
  • Common features of Microcontroller.
  • Comparison between
  • Different types of microcontrollers.

 

Basic Electronic Components

  • Resistor
  • Capacitor
  • Relay
  • Switches
  • Diode
  • Transistor
  • Voltage Regulators
  • Transformers

 

Introduction to Arduino

  • Pin configuration and architecture.
  • Device and platform features.
  • Concept of digital and analog ports.

 

Familiarizing with Arduino Interfacing Board

 

Introduction to Embedded C and Arduino platform.

 

First Step to Practical Learning

  • Generating different LED patterns.
  • Rotation of LEDs
  • Relay Race of LEDs.
  • Binary Counter.

 

Giving Inputs to the Controller

  • Controlling LEDs with keys.
  • Keys as toggle switch.
  • Interfacing a piezo Buzzer
  • Using a buzzer as an alarm unit.

 

Optocouplers

  • Using an Optocoupler
  • Isolating control and logic circuit

 

Interfacing DC motors to Arduino

  • H-Bridge Circuit
  • Making of power supply and a basic robotic car

 

Relays

  • Type of relays.
  • Working of a magnetic relay.
  • Controlling Electrical appliances with electromagnetic relays.

 

Interfacing a 8 bit LCD to Arduino

  • Fixed one line static message display.
  • Running message display.
  • Using the LCD Library of Arduino.

 

Interfacing APR 9600 Voice recording IC

 

Interfacing DTMF decoder

 

Interfacing a Matrix Keypad to Arduino

  • Working of a matrix keypad
  • Using the keypad library to interface with Arduino.

 

Introduction to Sensors

  • Magnetic relay switches.
  • Temprature sensors.
  • Proximity sensors.
  • Other sensors available in the market.
  • Using third party libraries for commonly used sensors.

 

Serial Communication

 

PWM

 

Analog inputs and ADC

 

Interfacing Servo motors to Arduino

 

Interfacing Stepper Motors to Arduino

 

Interfacing of a bluetooth Module

 

Interfacing a RF Module

 

Resources available on Internet

 

Installing third party libraries.

 

  • PROJECT WORK

In order to successfully complete the embedded systems course in Delhi for ECE Students, student needs to take up at least one project. Following are some of the examples of Arduino based projects:

  • Line Follower Robot.
  • Bomb diffusion robot.
  • Fire fighting Robot
  • RF based robot.
  • Prototype of Delhi metro rail.
  • GSM controlled car with stereo and head lights.
  • LED Display board.
  • 8×8 LED cube.
  • Anti collision robot.
  • RF controlled robot.
  • RFID based attendance system.
  • RFID based home security system
  • Intelligent home locking system.
  • Intelligent water level management system.
  • Home automation using RFID.
  • Real time clock based home automation.
  • And many others.

B.Tech students from first to third year are eligible for this embedded systems course in Delhi

 

Course Fee – 10,000/- Duration – Six Weeks

Batch options for this embedded systems course

  • Weekend Batch
  • Weekday Batch
  • Summer Training
  • Winter Training

Why Should You Do an Embedded Systems Course ?

Thinking of enrolling for embedded system course in Delhi, well that might be the best decision ever. Recent statistics shows that India’s manufacturing sector is ever growing and this calls for more demand for machines having a higher computing power. This is where knowledge of embedded systems analysts and engineers comes in demand at an instant; this thus opens up lots of career opportunities for who enroll for embedded systems course. Some of the common career fields for embedded systems engineers included radar technology, manufacture of semiconductors and integrated circuits, computing, robotics and engineering design. All technological fields nowadays find it difficult to survive without some knowledge on embedded systems; the global market competition is very stiff and industries, especially manufacturing ones are looking forward to acquire more embedded systems specialists to boost their operations.