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CETPA INFOTECH PVT LTD is one of the IT education and training service provider brands of India that is preferably working in 3 most important domains. It includes IT Training services, software and …

CETPA INFOTECH PVT LTD is one of the IT education and training service provider brands of India that is preferably working in 3 most important domains. It includes IT Training services, software and embedded product development and consulting services.
http://www.cetpainfotech.com

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  • 1. Next Orbit of Engineering Excellence aries.nitin.gupta@gmail.com
  • 2. What we Study What we NeedBasic Electronics MATLABDigital Design VLSI (HDL + Design + Fabrication)Antenna Embedded System DesigningEMFT PLC/ SCADAAnalog Integrated circuits Analog Circuit DesigningMicroprocessorVLSIAutomatic Control SystemN/w Analysis & Systems
  • 3. DEFINITION OF EMBEDDED SYSTEMS Embedded Systems are the Microprocessor /Microcontroller based computing/control systems whichare designed for specific task. Ex-Automatic WashingMachines, Robots, Electronic Cash Register, MobilePhones etc. Every Device is converting into automotive,there is the role of Embedded Technology. aries.nitin.gupta@gmail.com
  • 4. LED DISPLAY PANELS ARTIFICIAL SATELLITESBIO-METRICS Examples of Embedded Systems ROBOTICS AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRONICS NETWORK SWITCHES aries.nitin.gupta@gmail.com
  • 5. Examples of Embedded Systems aries.nitin.gupta@gmail.com
  • 6.  Application Areas• Consumer Appliances• Office Automation• Industrial Automation• Medical & Bio-Metrics• Computer Networking• Telecommunication• Instrumentation• Security & Surveillance• Automobiles• Military applications• Satellites & Geo-Applications aries.nitin.gupta@gmail.com
  • 7. CONSUMER APPLICATIONS
  • 8. AUTOMOBILE APPLICATION
  • 9. MILITARY APPLICATION
  • 10. MEDICAL APPLICATIONS
  • 11. Future ApplicationAUTOMOBILE APPLICATION MILITARY APPLICATION AND TO BE MANY MORE APPLICATIONS..
  • 12. Market Share of Embedded Tech.In comparison to IT industry ,thisdomain is stable while slowlyincreased to present 40%software market. Many IT MNCare dealing with Embeddedsoftware, thus creating the needfor skilled Engineers who arecompetitive enough tounderstand product’s market &design requirements .So knowingbasic development environment& platform increases the chancesfor a good start up withdevelopment Firms. aries.nitin.gupta@gmail.com
  • 13.  Benefits of Embedded Systems1. Minimization Of Circuit.2. Reliable3. Power Efficient4. Production when done even on Medium-scale is cost effective.5. Product customization even after production is possible to a limit. aries.nitin.gupta@gmail.com
  • 14. Microprocessors CPU for Computers No RAM, ROM, I/O on CPU chip itself Example:Intel’s x86, Motorola’s 680x0 Data Bus CPU RAM ROM I/O port Timer Serial COM PortGeneral-PurposeMicro-processor Many chips on mother’s board Address Bus General-Purpose Microprocessor System aries.nitin.gupta@gmail.com
  • 15. Microcontrollers aries.nitin.gupta@gmail.com
  • 16. Microprocessor vs. MicrocontrollerMicroprocessor  MicrocontrollerContains only CPU; RAM, • CPU, RAM, ROM, I/O andROM, I/O, timer are separately timer are all on a single chipinterfaced. • Fix amount of on-chip ROM,Designer decides on the amountof ROM, RAM and I/O ports. RAM, I/O portsExpansive • For applications in which cost, power and space are criticalGeneral-purpose • Single purpose aries.nitin.gupta@gmail.com
  • 17. Micro Controller ExamplesMicrochip pic- Intel micro controllermicrocontroller ATMEL micro controllerZilog Motorolamicrocontroller microcontroller aries.nitin.gupta@gmail.com
  • 18. 1. General System 1. Designed for Specific Task2. Maximum Resources 2. Minimum Resources3. Response is not time bounded 3. Response is time bounded4. Reliability is not a issue 4. Highly reliable5. Examples 5. Examples Personal Computer Calculator, Robots Laptop ECR,PCO M/C, Workstations etc. LCD Projector Data Loggers etc aries.nitin.gupta@gmail.com
  • 19. Micro Controller 8051 Assembly Language Program SimulationInterfacing of Peripherals aries.nitin.gupta@gmail.com
  • 20. Course ContentsIntroduction to Embedded Systems.Architecture and Pin Description of 8051.Bus Architecture, timers & interrupts.Instruction set.ALP of 8051.Assembler ,Simulator & Serial Programmers.Interfacing & programming of I/O devices:-Led ,7-segment Displays, Momentary Switches, DIP Switch,Matrix Keyboard, Intelligent LCD Display, Stepper Motors .Working on Keil Compiler, Topview tool & Project Work. aries.nitin.gupta@gmail.com
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