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Embisyslabs Embedded Systems Course institutes in bangalore courses offered on Embedded System, Linux device Driver, ARM, Beaglebone ,ARM9 ,Raspberry-pi .The course is highly focused in Skilling Working Professionals and Engineers from different background. Fresh engineers to become a professional, and enable them to get placements and jobs in core embedded companies. The combination of embedded Systems and Device Drivers modules, along with ‘Learning By Doing’ methodology, helps in exponential learning unlike conventional training methods.

 

100% Job Oriented Embedded Course :-| New Batch | 9th/11th OCT| Batch Timing 9:30AM or 11:30 AM or 12:30 PM or 02:30 PM or4:30 PM or 6:30 PM | Duration: 6 Months Weekends/Weekdays

 

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Get Trained, Get Interviewed and Get Employed.
Training Courses as per Company Requirements.
More Updated Syllabus,Unlimited Practical.
Training as per Company Requirements.
Internal Assessments, Mock Interviews.
Maximum 10 to 15 Participants in one Batch.
Indivisual Attention to each Participant.
High Quality practical/application Oriented Training.

Training and Practicals Process

Classes 5-Days a week for Weekdays Batch
Theory(1 1⁄2 -2 hrs) and practical (2 hrs.)
Classes 2 Days for Weekend Batch(Sat & Sun)
Theory(3 hrs) and practical (3hrs.)
Daily theory and lab assignments.
Module wise theory and lab exams.
Module wise Subjective exams.
Module wise Objective exams.aaa
Interviews & Project Guidance.
Repeatation classes will be conducted as required.

 

MODULE 1: C AND DATA STRUCTURE PROGRAMMING

CH1. GETTING STARTED

Why C Programming Language
History & Features of C
Compilation Model of C
Compiler,Assembler,Linker
How to Compile & Run a C program
Strategy of Desinging a Program

CH2. FUNDAMENTALS OF PROGRAMMING

Variables & Constants
Keywords & Data Types
Identifires & Rules
I/O Functions

CH3. OPERATORS AND CLASSIFICATIONS

Arithmetic Operators
Bitwise Operators
Logical Operators
Increment Operators
Decrement Operators
Relational Operators
Conditional Operators

CH4. CONTROL FLOW STATEMENTS

Sequential statements
Decision making statements
if,else,nested-if
break,switch

CH5. LOOPING STATEMENTS

For Looping
While Looping
Do—While Looping
Continue Looping

CH6. C PRE-PROCESSOR

File inclusion
Macro substitution
Conditional Compilation
#ifde, #ifndef

CH7. ARRAYS AND STRING

Definition and Declaration of Array
Definition and Declaration of String
Memory Layout &accessing Array Elements
String Library Functions
Two dimensional Arrays

CH8. POINTERS [PART 1]

Definition &Declaration of Pointer
Indirect Access using Pointers
Pass by Reference
Rela. b/w Arrays and Pointers
Type Casting
Pointer to an Array
Array of Pointers

CH9. FUNCTIONS AND ITS TYPE

Why Functions ?
Function Declarations
Function Prototypes
Returning a Value or Not
Arguments and Parameters
Function Pointers
Recursion and Recursive function

CH10. SCOPE and LIFETIME OF VARIABLES

Scope and Lifelime of a variable
Block Scope
Function Scope
File Scope
Program Scope
The auto Specifier
The static Specifier
The register Specifier
The extern Specifier
The Const Modifier
The Volatile Modifier

CH11. POINTERS [PART 2]

Dynamic Storage Allocation
malloc(),calloc(),realloc(),free()
Functions Returning a Pointer
An Array of Character Pointers
Two Dim.Arrays vs. Array of Pointers
Command Line Arguments
Pointers to Pointers
Use of Function Pointers

CH12. SERCHING &SORTING

Linear Search&Binary Search
Bubble sort & Selection Sort

CH13. STRUCTURES

Fundamental Concepts
Describing a Structure
Creating Structures
Operations on Structures
Functions Returning Structures
Passing Structures to Functions
Pointers to Structures
Array of Structures
Functions Returning a Pointer to a Structure
Structure Padding
# pragma Definition

CH14: STRUCTURE RELATED (UNION)

Typedef - New Name for an Existing Type
Bit Fields - Memory saving concept
Union - emory saving concept
Enumerated User Defined Data Types

CH15.  FILE INPUT/OUTPUT

I/O Library Functions
System Calls vs. Library Calls
High and Low level I/O Functions
I/O Library Functions
Standard Input/Output Descriptors
fopen(),fread(),fwrite(),fclose()
Copying a File
Character Input vs. Line Input
fscanf(),fprintf(),fclose()
fgtes(),fputs(),fgetc(),fputc()

CH16: DATA STRUCTURE USING C

Why data structure ?
Definition and Classification
Stack using Array and Pointer
Queue using Array and Pointer
Singly link lists
Circular link lists
Double link list
Introduction to Tree &Binary Tree

C and Data Structures Hands-on in Class Room

1. Hundred Subjective Questions in C and Data Structure Programming
2. Hundred Objective Questions in C and Data Structure Programming
3. Two Mini Projects on  C and Data Structure Programming Modules
4. Class Room Test based on C and Data Structure Programming Modules

 

MODULE 2: C++ and OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING(OOPs)

CH1. GETTING STARTED WITH C++

Why C ++ Programming Language
History & Features
Compilation Model
How to Compile & Run a C program
Strategy of Desinging a Programming
Introduction and First Program
How C++ differs from C

CH2. FUNDAMENTALS OF PROGRAMMING

Variables & Constants
Keywords & Data Types
Identifires & Rules
I/O Functions

CH3. BASIC INPUT/OUTPUT

I/O Library Header Files
The Standard Output Stream (cout)
The Standard Input Stream (cin)
The Standard Error Stream (cerr)
The Standard Log Stream (clog)

CH4. DYNAMIC MEMORY ALLOCATION

The new and delete Operators
Dynamic Memory Allocation for Arrays
Dynamic Memory Allocation for Objects

CH5. CLASSES AND OBJECTS S

C++ Class Definitions
Define Objects
Accessing the Data Members
Classes & Objects in Detail
Class Access Modifiers
The public Members
The private Members
The protected Members
Constructor & Destructor
Parameterized Constructor
The Class Destructor
Copy Constructor
Friend Functions
Inline Functions

CH6. C++ POLYMORPHISM

What is Polymorphism
Pure virtual functions
Virtual Base Class

CH7. C++ INHERITANCE

Base & Derived Classes
Access Control and Inheritance
Type of Inheritance
Multiple Inheritance

CH8. OVERLOADING (OPERATOR & FUNCTION)

Function Overloading in C++
Operators Overloading in C++
Overloadable/Non-overloadable Operators
Operator Overloading Examples
Unary Operators Overloading
Increment (++) and Decrement (- -) Operators
Binary Operators Overloading
Relational Operators Overloading
Assignment Operators Overloading
Function Call () Operator Overloading

CH9. C++ FILES AND STREAMS

What is a stream?
Opening File
Closing File
Writing to a File
Reading from a File
Read & Write Example
File Position Pointers

C++ and Object Oriented Programming Hands-on in Class Room

1. Hundred Subjective Questions in C++ and Object Oriented Programming
2. Hundred Objective Questions in C++ and Object Oriented Programming
3. Class Room Test based on C++ and Object Oriented Programming Modules

 

MODULE 3: PYTHON PROGRAMMING, GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACE(GUI) AND OOPs IN PYTHON

CH1. PYTHON INTRODUCTION

What is Python Programming Language
History & Features
What can Python do?
Why Python program?
Python Syntax compared to other programming languages
Introduction and First Program
How Python differs from C and C++

CH2. GETTING STARTED WITH PYTHON PROGRAMMING

Python Installation on Window and Linux Systems
Python Quickstart
The Python Command Line
Setting path at Unix/Linux

CH3. SYNTAX, VARIABLES AND COMMENTS IN PYTHON

Execute Python Syntax
Python Indentation
Print Hello world program
Creating Python Variables
Create a Variables
Output both Text and Variables
Add a variable to another variable
Creating a Comment
Multi Line Comments

CH4. DATA TYPES IN PYTHON

Built-in Data Types
Getting the Data Type
Setting the Data Type
Setting the Specific Data Type

CH5. NUMBERS AND TYPE CASTING IN PYTHON

Verify the type of Oject:int,float,complex
Type Conversion
Random Number
Create integers numbers
Create floating point numbers
Create Complex numbers
Create Scientific numbers
Casting Integers
Casting float
Casting strings

CH6. STRINGS AND LITERALS IN PYTHON

Assign String to a Variable
Multiline Strings
Slicing and String Length
Negative Indexing
String Methods
Check String and Escape Character
String Concatenation
String Methods
Strings are Arrays

CH7. OPERATORS AND BOOLEANS IN PYTHON

Python Arithmetic Operators
Python Assignment Operators
Python Logical Operators
Python Identity Operators
Python Comparison Operators
Python Membership Operators
Python Bitwise Operators
Booleans represent one of two values: True or False
Evaluate Values and Variables
Most Values are True and Some Values are False
Functions can Return a Boolean

CH8. LISTS, TUPLES, SETS AND DICTIONARIES IN PYTHON

List is a collection which is ordered and changeable
Tuple is a collection which is ordered and unchangeable
Set is a collection which is unordered and unindexed
Dictionary is a collection which is unordered, changeable and indexed
List Methods and Join Two Lists
Loop Through a Dictionary

CH9. CONDITIONS AND LOOPS IN PYTHON

Python If Else Statement
Python Elif Statement
Python While Loops Statement
The break Statement
The continue Statement
List Methods and Join Two Lists
Loop Through a Dictionary

CH10. FUNCTION AND SCOPE IN PYTHON

Creating a Function
Calling a Function
Parameters or Arguments
Number of Arguments
Number of Arguments
Passing a List as an Argument
Recursion Function
Local Scope and Global Scope
Function Inside Function

CH11. ARRAYS IN PYTHON

What is an Array?
Access the Elements of an Array
The Length of an Array

Looping Array Elements
Adding and Removing Array Elements
Array Methods

CH12. MATHS AND DATETIME IN PYTHON

Built-in Math Functions
The Math Module
Python Dates
Creating Date Objects
The strftime() Method

CH13. MODULES IN PYTHON

What is a Module?
Create a Module
Use a Module
Variables in Module
Naming and Re-naming a Module
Built-in Modules
Using the dir() Function
Import From Module

CH14. OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING(OOPS) IN PYTHON

Python Classes and Objects
Create a Class
Create Object
Creating Date Objects
The __init__() Function
Object Methods
The self Parameter
Modify Object Properties
Delete Object Properties
The pass Statement

CH15. INHERITANCE IN PYTHON

Create a Parent Class
Create a Child Class
Add the __init__() Function
Use the super() Function
Add Properties and Method

CH16. FILES AND FILES HANDLING IN PYTHON

Definition and Syntax
Python File Open
Create a New File
Open a File on the Server
Write to an Existing File
Read Lines from a File
Read Only Parts of the File
close and Delete File Check if File exist

CH17. GUI PROGRAMMING IN PYTHON

Creating window
Changing size and position
Adding Labels to window
Grid and place to change label position
Adding buttons
Adding methods to buttons
Creating text box
two windows

CH18. MENUBAR AND MENULIST IN PYTHON

Adding menubar
Adding menulist
Adding functionality to menulist
Changing font
The strftime() Method

CH19. MESSAGE BOX TKINTER IN PYTHON

Message box
tkinker important functions
Creating a counter
Colorchooser
Askopenfile
Content insidefile

Python and Object Oriented Programming Hands-on in Class Room

1. Hundred Subjective Questions in Python and Object Oriented Programming
2. Hundred Objective Questions in Python and Object Oriented Programming
3. Class Room Test based on Python and Object Oriented Programming Modules

 

MODULE4 : 8051 MICROCONTROLLER USING ASSEMBLY and EMBEDDED C PROGRAMMING

Chapter1. Introduction to Controller and Processors

Why Embedded C Programming
Why Assembly Programming
Microprocessor vs Microcontroller
CISC vs RISC

 

Chapter2.Tool Setup and Its Use
Getting started with ARM 8051 using Keil uVision IDE 
Compilation Model
How to Compile & Run a C program
Downloading and installation
Using μVision IDE

 

Chapter3.Overview of 8051 Architecture
Processor Core and Functional Block Diagram
Description of memory organization
Overview of ALL SFR’s and their basic functionality;

 

Chapter4. 8051 Assembly Language Programming
Introduction to 8051 Assembly Programming
Assembly and Running an 8051 Program
8051 Data Types and Directives
8051 flag bits and the PSW Register
8051 Register Banks and Stack

 

Chapter5. 8051 I/O Ports Programming
8051 I/O Ports Programming
Ports Pins and their Functions
I/O Bit Manipulation Programming
Different Ways of Accessing the entire 8 bits

 

Chapter5. 8051 Addressing Modes
Immediate and Register Addressing Modes
Accessing Memory using Various Addressing Modes
Bit Addresses for I/O and RAM
Direct and Indirect Addressing Modes

 

Chapter7. 8051 Programming in C
Data Types and Time Delay in 8051 C
I/O Programming in 8051 C
Logical Operations in 8051 C
Data Convertion Programs in C
Accessing Code ROM Space in 8051 C
Data Serialization in 8051 C

 

Chapter8.8051 Timer Programming in Assembly and C
Programming 8051 Timers
Counter Programming
Programming Timer0 and Timer1 in 8051 C

 

Chapter9. 8051 Serial Port Programming in Assembly and C
Basic of Serial Communication
8051 Connection to RS232
8051 Serial Port Programming in Assembly
8051 Serial Port Programming in C

 

Chapter10.8051 INterrupt Programming in Assembly and C
8051 Interrupt and Interrupt Vector Table
Programming Timer Interrupts
Programming External Interuupts
Programming Serial Communication Interuupts
Interrupt Priority in the 8051
Interrupt Programming in C

 

Chapter11.LCD and KEYBOARD Interfacing
LCD Interfacing Programming
Keyboard Interfacing Programming

 

Chapter12.Motor Control Interfacing
Relay Interfacing Programming
DC Motor Interfacing Programming
Stepper Motor Interfacing Programming

 

Chapter13. ADC and Sensor Interfacing
ADC Interfacing Programming
DAC Interfacing Programming
Timers and Counter programming


Embedded C and ARM7  Hands-on in Class Room

1. All Peripherials Program with Keil C Simulator
2. All Peripherials Program on 8051 Board
3. Class Room Test based on Embedded C, Assembly and 8051 Architectures

 

 

MODULE 5: ARM7TDMI-S and EMBEDDED C PROGRAMMING

Chapter1. Introduction to ARM

Intro. to Cortex-A and Cortex-M Series Controller
Why Embedded C Programming
Why Assembly Programming
History & Features
Compilation Model
How to Compile & Run a C program
Strategy of Desinging a Program

 

Chapter2.Tool Setup and Its Use
Getting started with ARM LPC2148 using Keil uVision IDE 
Downloading and installation
Using μVision IDE

 

Chapter3. ARM Architecture
Introduction, Pipeline, 
Registers, Exception modes
General Purpose I/O’s, Bus Structure
Memory Map, Bootloader, ISP & IAP 
PLL ,VLSI Peripheral Bus Driver 
Power Control, Interrupt System

 

Chapter4. LPC2148 GPIO Programming
Pin Function Select Registers
Fast and Slow GPIO Registers
IOxPIN (GPIO Port Pin value register)
IOxSET (GPIO Port Output Set register)
IOxDIR (GPIO Port Direction control register)
IOxCLR (GPIO Port Output Clear register)
PIN Function Control

 

Chapter5. LPC2148 Interrupts and Interrupt Handling
Interrupt Structure
Steps for using Interrupts
Fast IRQ (highest priority)
Vectored IRQ (medium priority)
Non-Vectored IRQ (low priority)

 

Chapter6. LPC2148 Timer/Counter
Timer Counter(TC) and Prescale Register(PR)
What is a Match Register
What are Capture Registers
Prescale (TxPR) Related Calculations
Setting up & configuring Timers

 

Chapter7. LPC2148 UART[Universal Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter]
Features of UART/USART
UART Frame structure
UART Baudrate Calculation
U0RBR (UART0 Receive Buffer Register)
U0THR (UART0 Transmit Holding Register)
U0DLL and U0DLM (UART0 Divisor Latch Registers)
U0LCR (UART0 Line Control Register)

 

Chapter8. LPC2148 ADC[Analog to Digital Converter] 
ADC0 has 6 channels &ADC1 has 8 channels
Steps for Analog to Digital Conversion
ADxGDR (ADCx Global Data Register)
AD0STAT (ADC0 Status Register)
ADxCR (ADC Control Register)
Temperature Sensors Interfacing
Piezo Sensors Interfacing
Accelerometer Sensors Interfacing

 

Chapter9. LPC2148 PWM[Pulse Width Modulation programming]
LPC2148 supports 2 types of PWM
7 match registers inside the PWM block 
Configuring and Initializing PWM
PWM Prescale (PWMPR) Calculations
DC Motor Speed Control Using PWM
LED Dimming Using PWM

 

Chapter10. LPC2148 I2C[Inter Integrated Curcuit]
I2C overview
I2C-Bus Configuration
I2C Operating modes
I2C Master Transmitter mode
I2C Master Transmitter mode
I2C Implementation and operation
I2C Register description
I2C Programming

 

Chapter11.LPC2148 SPI[Serial Peripheral Interface]
SPI overview
SPI data transfer format
SPI data to clock phase relationship
SPI Master operation
SPI Slave operation
SPI Register description
SPI Programming

 

Chapter12. Lab Sessions
GPIO interfacing
Interrupt programming
Timers and Counter programming
UART interface to PC
PWM Programming
Sensors programming
LCD interfacing


Embedded C and ARM7  Hands-on in Class Room

1. All Peripherials Program with Keil C Simulator
2. All Peripherials Program on ARM Board (LPC 2148)
3. Class Room Test based on Embedded C and ARM Architectures

 

MODULE 6: UNIX and LINUX SYSTEM PROGRAMING

CH1. INTRODUCTION TO UNIX/LINUX

Histoty of Unix/Linux
Linux Layered Architecture
Type of Kernels
Micro and Monolithic kernel
Different types of kernel structure
Linux Bootup Sequence

CH2. FILE SYSTEM MANAGEMENTS

File Systems – VFS
File Systems Layouts
Super Block & Inode Block
Inode block Structure
Device Special Files
Types of File
File descriptor table
System calls Sequence
System Vs Function Calls
File related System Calls
open(),read(),write(),close()
stat(),lstat(),dup() etc.

CH3. FILE LOCKING PROGRAMMING

File Control Operations
Types of File Locking
Advisory and Mandatory File locking
fcntl() and flock()calls

CH4. PROCESS MANAGEMENTS

Program and Process
Process Control Block (PCB)
States Of Process
Mode of Execution User mode and Kernel mode
Context Switching
Scheduling & Priority

CH5. PROCESS RELATED PROGRAMMING

Process Creation by fork() amd vfork()
Why fork() not vfork()
Creation and Destroying Zombie Process
Creation of Orphan Process
wait() and waitpid() calls
exit() and exec() ,sleep() calls
Creating , synchronizing and performing multiprocessing concepts
Setting and changing nice value and Prority no.

CH6:MEMORY MANAGEMENTS AND MMU

Memory Policy and Hirarchy
Memory allocation Technique
Physical memory &Virtual Memory
Paging & Demand paging
Memory Mapping using TLB
Swap in & Swap out
Internal & External Fragmentation

 

MODULE 7: LINUX INTERNALS AND IPCs

CH1. THREADS AND MULTI-THREAD CONCEPTS

Threads on different O.S
Why Threads in Linux
Threads Vs Process
Thread APIs
Creation of Multithreading
Performig Multiple operation using multi-threading

CH2. SIGNALS VS. INTERRUPTS

Sources of Signals
Diffrents type of Signals
Actions of Signals
Receiving a Signal
Handling a Signal
Signal System Calls

CH3. USER AND DAEMON PROCESS

Creating a Daemon Process
Characteristics of a Daemon
Writing and Running Daemon

CH4 . PRIMITIVE INTERPROCESS COMM (IPCS)

PIPES
Creation of Half and Full-duplex
Half and Full-duplex communication
FIFO

CH5 . SYSTEMS V IPCs

Shared Memory
Message Queues
Semaphores

CH6 . NETWORK AND SOCKET PROGRAMMING

Description of ISO/OSI Model
Types of IP Classes (A,B,C,D and E)
Configuring IP address on Systems
Network addresses and Host addresses
Types of Socket UDP Connectionless Oriented Socket
TCP/IP Connection Oriented Socket
Iterative Server-Client Programming
Concurrent Server- Client Programming
One Server and Many client Programming

Linux Systems and IPCs Hands-on in Class Room

1. Hundred Subjective Questions in Linux Systems Programming
3. Two Mini Projects on  Linux Systems Programming
4. Class Room Test based on Linux Systems Programming Modules

 

MODULE 8: LINUX CHAR DEVICE DRIVER AND KERNEL PROGRAMMING

CH1: AN INTRO. TO DEVICE DRIVERS

Role of the Device Drivers
Splitting the kernel
Classes of devices and modules
Kernel Architecture or Model

CH2:BUILDING AND RUNNING MODULES

Types of Modules in the kernel
Writing Your first kernel module
Module Related Commands
Kernel Module vs Applications
User space vs Kernel space
Compiling Modules
Loading and Unloading Modules
Module Parameters

CH3: CHAR DEVICE DRIVERS

Major and Minor Numbers
The Internal Representation of Device Numbers
Allocating and Freeing Device Numbers
File Operations Data structure
Driver methods and Function Pointers
Char Device Registration
The Cdev Structure
The inode Structure
The file Structure
Manual Ceation of Device Files
Automatic Creation of Device Files

CH4: MEMORY ALLOCATION TECHNIQUE

The Real Story of kmalloc
The Flags Argument
Memory zones
kmalloc and Friends

CH5: CONCURRENCY AND RACE CONDITION

Concurrency and its Managements
Semaphores and Mutexes
Linux Semaphore Implementation
Introduction to the Semaphore API
Spinlocks Implementation
Introduction to the Spinlock API
Spinlocks and Atomic Context

Device Driver Hands-on in Class Room

1. Subjective Questions in Linux Device Driver Programming
2. Class Room Test based on Linux Device Driver Modules

 

MODULE 9:RTOS :REAL TIME OPERATING SYSTEM

CH1: DIFFERENCE BETWEEN GPOS AND RTOS

Introduction and Overview
Components O.S
Monolithic Vs Microkernel Architecture

CH2: REAL TIME MULTITASKING

Task Basics Structure
Task Control Block
Task Creation
Task States
Task Status

CH3: INTER TASK COMMUNICATION(ITCs)

Shared Memory
Message Queues
Pipes

CH4: SEMAPHORES and SYNCHRONIZATION

Synchronization Problem
Binary Semaphore
Mutex Semaphore
Mutual Exclusion Problem
Priority Inversion
Priority Inheritance

CH5: MEMORY MANAGEMENTS

  • Memory Allocation

    CH7: INTERRUPT AND EXCEPTION

    What is Interrupt and Signal
    What is Exception
    What is signal Handler
    What is Exception Handler

     

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    • The Embedded Systems course has been specially designed for those who aspire to become professionals in ARM, Embedded systems design and Device Drivers .
    • Each module will be taught in detail, which will help the participents to start working as Embedded engineer after the course completion.
    • Certified Embedded program for freshers , to cover the 'basics' for each module and then cover advanced Communication Protocols Peripherals topics UART, I2C, SPI,Interrupt along with practical.
    • Embedded C course module is well designed, which will help the candidates to take up interviews and start working as embedded engineer after the course completion.
    • ARM, Beaglebone and Raspberry-Pi for Device Driver module will taught in details, which will help the candidates to take up interviews and start working as Embedded linux device driver engineer after the course completion.

     

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