Embedded C Programming Training

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Embedded C programming training is an elementary course focusing on the knowledge and skills required to define the functionality of the embedded systems. Training will immerse the candidates into the techniques for the development of the reliable embedded systems for ensuring the error free performance of the devices. The aspirants will get insight on the guidelines for defining the logic of the program, adding structure to the code, implementing correct syntax and linking to derive the desired result. Industry experts will facilitate learning and hands-on experience under the planned training approach including real life scenarios.

By the completion of the course, you will exhibit the following skills:

  • Understand the components, hardware classification, and programming classification of Embedded System
  • Differentiate between C and Embedded C
  • Describe the data type, operators, statements, and loops of Embedded C
  • Identify the elements for programming Embedded Systems
  • Install the software, configure the simulator, build the target, run the simulation, and dissect the program
  • Provide interfacing using Embedded C
Target audience
  • Engineering students of 3rd  & 4th year (Electronics & Electrical, Electronics & Communication, Electronics & Telecommunication)
  • Working professionals in embedded and electronics industry

A candidate with good programming skills and a clear understanding of electronics fundamentals is ideal for this training.

1. Introduction to Embedded System

  • History & need of Embedded System
  • Basic components of Embedded System
  • Hardware Classification of Embedded System
  • Programming Language Classification of Embedded System
  • Advantage & Disadvantage of Low level & High level programming language of Embedded System

2. Introduction to Embedded C

  • Introduction to Embedded C
  • Different between C & Embedded C
  • Data type of Embedded C
  • Operators of Embedded C
  • Statements & loops of Embedded C

3. Programming Embedded Systems In C

  • Introduction
  • What is an embedded System?
  • Which processor should you use?
  • Which programming language should you?
  • Which operating system should you use?
  • How do you develop embedded software?

4. Hello, Embedded World

  • Introduction
  • Installing the Keil software and loading the project
  • Configuring the simulator
  • Building the target
  • Running the simulation
  • Dissecting the program
  • Aside: Building the hardware

5. Adding Structure To Your Code

  • Introduction
  • Object-oriented programming with C
  • The Project Header (Main .H)
  • The Port Header (Port .H)
  • Example: Restructuring the ‘Hello Embedded World’ example
  • Example: Restructuring the goat-counting example
  • Further examples

6. Programming & Interfacing Using Embedded C

  • Programming of Timer & Counter
  • Programming of Serial Port
  • Programming of Interrupt
  • LCD Interfacing
  • Motor Interfacing
  • Key board Matrix Interfacing

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