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8051 Microcontroller – Embedded C and Assembly Language

8051 Microcontroller - Embedded C and Assembly Language

Rs. 10,240  in stock
as of October 8, 2020 4:00 pm

Learn 8051 micro-controller programming in detail using Embedded C and assembly languageThe course focus on learning through a hands-on approachGet Source code and simulation files on every program discussedLearn software Programming software - KEIL IDE Simulation Software - PROTEUS Program...

This course is intended to give you complete details on the hardware and software requirements of programming the 8051 microcontroller. This course will help you understand the operation of I / O ports, timer, counter, interrupts, and serial communication (UART) in the microcontroller. You will be able to program the 8051 microcontroller using assembly and the built-in c language. The course will explain the interfacing of LEDs, switches, LCD, 7 segments with 8051 microcontrollers. This course will also help you understand the process of burning the program into the 8051 microcontroller and related terms, thus preparing you to create your own application project using 8051 microcontrollers. Ultimately, of course, you will do two app projects on 8051, one is PWM wave generation to control DC motor speed, and second is device wireless control using your smartphone and 8051.

The course makes it easy to learn how to program the 8051 microcontroller that you’ll be building and testing your own programs in no time. The course is delivered in such a way that anyone taking the course will have absolutely no problem understanding all the topics covered. This course is packed with step-by-step practical examples to get you code 8051 from day one. The same practical example is shown in Embedded C and Assembly languages.

I believe that doing practically without knowing the theory is half learning. Therefore, in this course, it will cover all the necessary theories related to 8051 before starting the practice session. I know your time is precious and therefore provides information straight to the point. The complexity of the projects will gradually increase, so it is advisable to watch the videos as they are organized. In this course, all the features of the basic 8051 microcontrollers are covered. The code used in this course can run on any advanced 8051 microcontroller device. The number of timers, serial, interrupts, I / O port, and crystal frequency may vary depending on the microcontroller.

Personally, I believe that if anyone wants to learn microcontroller or microprocessor programming, they should start with 8051 microcontrollers because they are easy to understand and program. Knowledge of programming 8051 microcontroller with built-in assembly language and C language will prepare you for the future and you can learn any complex microcontroller and microprocessor very quickly.

You will learn:

You will be able to program the 8051 microcontroller using assembly language and built-in c language
Embedded C programming
Programming in assembly language
Understand the basic architecture of the 8051 and the description of the pins
How to use Keil software
How assembler and compiler work
C language coding and debugging integrated in Keil Software
Using assembly language and how different assembly language instructions work
Relationship between Embedded C, Assembly and Machine Code
Organization of memory in 8051
Registers in 8051
Addressing modes in 8051
8051 assembler directives
How assembly language instructions defined in 8051 work
Coding and debugging assembly language in Keil Software
Accurate generation of lead times using assembly language
8051 microcontroller I / O ports
Timer in the 8051 microcontroller
Serial communication in the 8051 microcontroller
Interruption in the 8051 microcontroller
How to use Proteus software
Interfacing with LED
Interfacing with the switch
Interfacing with the LCD screen
Interfacing with 7-segment display
Interfacing with the DC motor
Interfacing with the relay
How to burn the contents of the .hex file to the flash memory of the microcontroller
Project: Controlling DC motor speed and LED dimming using pulse width modulation (PWM)
Project: Wireless control of LEDs using a smartphone
Bit masking in Embedded C
Bit extraction in Embedded C
Bit monitoring in Embedded C
KEY IDE
PROTEUS simulation software
FLASH Magic software
Digital systems
Binary logic
Interview questions and answers
Buzzer works and interfaces with 8051
Unipolar stepper motor interfacing with 8051
Bipolar stepper motor interfacing with 8051
Interfacing the analog-to-digital converter (ADC) with 8051
LM35 temperature sensor interfaced with 8051

Embedded Systems Bare-Metal Programming Ground Up™ (STM32)

Embedded Systems Bare-Metal Programming Ground Up (STM32)

$124.99  in stock
as of October 8, 2020 4:00 pm

Welcome to the Embedded Systems Bare-Metal Programming Ground Up course. With a programming based approach, this course is designed to give you a solid foundation in bare-metal firmware development for ARM-based microcontrollers. The goal of this course is to teach you how to navigate the...

With a programming-based approach, this course is designed to give you a solid foundation in developing bare-metal firmware for ARM microcontrollers. The objective of this course is to teach you how to navigate through the microntroller’s reference manual and datasheet to extract the right information to professionally create device drivers and firmware. To achieve this goal, no library is used in this course, it is about manipulations of registers and pure naked embedded-c. While keeping it simple, this course is offered in a variety of ARM Cortex-M development boards so students can practice the techniques using an ARM Cortex-M development board of their choice. This version of the course uses the STMicroelectronics STM32F4-NUCLEO which has an ARM Cortex-M4 microcontroller. By the end of this course, you will be able to configure microcontroller devices such as ADC, UART, PWM, GPIO, TIMER, I2C, SPI, etc. You will also be proficient in the ARM architecture and how to create professional embedded firmware for ARM processors.

You will learn:

Write firmware using only bare-metal on-board system
Understanding the Cortex-M architecture
Write analog-to-digital converter (ADC) drivers using the embedded-c nu
Write PWM Drivers Using Embedded Bare-Metal-C
Write UART Drivers Using Bare-Metal Embedded-C
Write TIMER drivers using bare-metal embedded-c
Write interrupt drivers using bare-metal embedded-c
Write SPI Drivers Using Bare-Metal Embedded-C
Write I2C drivers using bare-metal embedded-c
Master the ARM-Cortex CMSIS standard