Microcontroller Based Embedded System


A Microcontroller is a IC chip that executes programs for controlling other devices or machines. It is a micro (small size as its a Integrated Circuit chip) device which is used for control of other devices and machines that’s why it is called ‘Microcontroller’. It is a Microprocessor having RAM, ROM and I/O ports.

It contains an integrated processor, memory (a small amount of RAM, program memory, or both), and programmable input/output peripherals, which are used to interact with things connected to the chip. A microcontroller is different than a microprocessor, which only contains a CPU (the kind used in a Personal Computer).


C programming 

Basics of Electronics.

Analog & Digital Electronics

Course Content

Module 1: Introduction to Embedded System

What is embedded system

Examples of embedded system

Embedded system & Robotics

Application of Robotics

Module 2: Microcontroller & Microprocessor 

Microcontroller Basic

Microcontroller Application

Microprocessor Vs Microcontroller

ASIC (Application Specific Integrated Circuit)

ASIC Vs Standard IC

Advantages of Microcontroller

AVR Microcontroller

Module 3: Feature of Microcontroller 

Features of Microcontroller

AVR Family

Arduino family

Arduino/AVR programming

Module 4: Programming with Controller Circuit 

Embedded C programming

AVR IDE & Arduino IDE

interrupt Handling

I/O port & Timer programming

Module 5: Programming with AVR/Arduino

Programming practice in AVR/Arduino IDE

Real time Project

Arduino family & AVR series

Arduino/AVR programming

Module 6 : PROJECT

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