Get yourself trained on 8051 Architecture, with this Online Training 8051 Architecture, Assembly and ‘C’ Programming.
Online Training 8051 Architecture, Assembly and ‘C’ Programming
Course on 8051 Architecture, Assembly and C language ProgrammingStudents are going to study :Introduction to Microcontroller and Microprocessor o Difference between Microprocessor and Microcontroller o Harvard and Von Neumann Architecture o RISC and CISC machines o General Memory organization o How do Microcontroller execute program?Architecture of 8051 o Block diagram explanation o Registers o Internal memory organisation o External Memory InterfacingAssembly Language Programming o Addressing Modes o Assembly Instructions o Assembly Language programs Ports Structure Introduction to Keil software Interfacing of LED to 8051 (Program in assembly and embedded C) Interfacing of Push button switch (Program in assembly and embedded C) Interfacing of LCD (Program in assembly and embedded C) Interfacing of hex key pad (Program in assembly and embedded C)Timers and counters of 8051 o Modes of timers o Delay generation using timers o Counting external events using counter o Writing programs using timer/counter (Program in assembly and embedded C) Interrupts of 8051 o Interrupt structure o Timer delay generation using interrupt (Program in assembly and embedded C)UART block o Serial communication Modes o Serial data transmission (Program in assembly and embedded C) o Serial Data Reception (Program in assembly and embedded C) o Serial data Transmission/Reception using interrupt (Program in assembly and embedded C)Sensors and Actuators Interfacing (Program in assembly and embedded C) o Temperature sensor interfacing o PIR sensor Interfacing o DC motor interfacing o Stepper Motor Interfacing o Servo Motor interfacingProject 1 (Hardware and Program in embedded C)Project 2(Hardware and Program in embedded C)
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