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Hypotech training

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Hypotech solutions was started to provide training for the budding technocrats in a focused manner. The solution provides training for second, third and final year engineering students (ECE, EEE, IT, E&I, CIVIL, ICE, MECH, CSE, BMIE).
Training areas include

• VLSI DESIGN( Xilinx, Altera, Modelsim, Isim, ISE, Tanner, etc )

• EMBEDDED SYSTEMS ( Keil, Proteus)

• MAGICS in MATLAB

We also enhance the creative and innovative skills of the students to do their final
Year projects by training them all the above subject related software’s. During the
Duration of the course we expose the students to do the mini projects. The trainers are highly qualified and are from reputed companies and have well-defined strategies to take the students to the competitive environment.
Our Institution was established in 2011 with a Motto to render new technologies in the field of VLSI, MATLAB and Electronics and to become the master in embedded industry. We are presently into training development and act as service provider. We have our own sourcing unit to undertake Engineering Projects from various fields like IEEE, EMBEDDED, MATLAB, VLSI, DSP, DOTNET, JAVA, BIOMEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION, E&I, ICE, MECHANICAL, ROBOTICS, and Wireless Communication.
Implant Training for Engineering students is also provided for ECE, EEE, CSE, IT, MECH, BIOMEDICAL, ICE,E&I

One of the strong objectives is to mould the students to do their academic projects by themselves because we firmly believe that a self effort final year project is the key for any core company’s placements. Simply trainings are aimed for two ultimate purposes:
• Placement in core and IT companies
• Final year academic project in Emerging technologies

With a combination of expert R & D professionals, experienced software and embedded engineers and latest software we are providing high end project trainings to students for their placements. This capability is supported by our well improved laboratory and comprehensive test facilities, ensuring that our projects meet or exceed our customer’s or student’s satisfaction, whilst maintaining the most stringent quality standards

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Hypotech training

  1. 1. HYPOTECH SOLUTIONShypotechsolutions@gmail.comcontact to:8124728017,8124252728.COIMBATORE NAGERCOIL134 ,1stfloor, 4thstreet Sri Rash Tower,2nd floorCross cut road 122 – Court RoadGanthipuram Vappamoodu junctionCoimbatore – 641012 Nagercoil - 629001
  2. 2. TRAINING• Inplant training• Courses• Workshop0.1 INPLANT TRAINING(GIVE IMPORTANCE AND add relevant picturesModern Technical training in industry is an integral part of engineering education development itaims at providing the technical knowledge / skills required for an industrial operations. This type ofknowledge creation for students is generated through industrial training and research. As such, in the worldtoday there is a strong demand from industry for engineers who have specific training in new technologies.Such graduates are needed now in order to plan, design, install and maintain the many new technologicalsystems that are going into service all around the world in order to capitalize these demands. We providepractical Training for Pupils in our industry.In Plant Training will be provided in various fields to understand the applications of eachsegments in detail. The training will be completely focussing the applications areas.In-plant training program conducted for pre-final year and other students B.E/B.TECH (ECE, EEE,E&I, ICE, CSE, IT & biomedical) b.sc. Electronics, M.Sc. Electronics & Diploma1. In-plant training for ECE2. In-plant training for EEE3. In-plant training for IT4. In-plant training for CSE5. In-plant training for EIE
  3. 3. • Basic electronics and electrical classes• Basic embedded systems with Hi-tech "C"• Embedded systems interfacing to real world• Students involved in latest R&D products• How to make Mini/Main projects• GSM, GPS and Robotics application kitsNOTE: Batch should have a Minimum of 5 students IPT FEE: 500/- (Per Student) Students should bring their bonafide certificate from their college IPT Certificate will be given at the end of Training period0.2 COURSES EMBEDDED SYSTEMDiploma in embedded systemPic microcontroller VLSIVLSI at transistor levelVLSI at gate levelVLSI at programming levelVERILOGVLSI at implementation level
  4. 4.  MATLABMatlab course detailsMatlab toolboxesDIPLOMA IN EMBEDDED SYSTEM• Embedded C and Basics of embedded systems• Working with 8 bit micro controller PIC 16F877A• MPLAB IDE with Hi-tech compiler suit• Embedded Communication protocols SPI, I2C with PIC 16F877A• Wireless communication systems – Zigbee and GSMPIC MICROCONTROLLER• Microchip’s PIC® microcontrollers and its MCU family• Working with PIC 16F877A using Embedded C• MPLAB IDE with Hi-tech compiler suit• Serial programming and In circuit system programming (ICSP) with 16F877A Working with system peripherals I/O, timers, PWM , ADC, CCP, UART,RTC and WDT of PIC16F877A Debugging with PICKIT 2• Interfacing LEDs, LCD, Matrix keypad, Multiplexed 7 segment display, Relay and Motor• Working with Communication protocols SPI, I2C with PIC16F877A• Project development using PIC 16F877AMATLAB COURSE DETAILS:• Introduction to MATLAB• MATLAB variables• MATLAB operators• Matrix Manipulations
  5. 5. • I/o Functions• Looping Statements• Writing Script files & Functions• Introduction to Graphical User Interface• 2D and 3D GraphicsMATLAB Toolboxes:• Signal Processing Toolbox• Image Processing Toolbox• Wireless Communication Blocksets• Control System Design and Analysis Toolbox• Power Systems and Power Electronics design using Simulink Toolbox• Code generation, verification, validation and testing• Project guidance on specific application / domain.Course Duration: 60 Hours (Week and Weekend batches – Flexible timings)Fees: Best offer in Training Industry (For further details please contact us)VLSI AT TRANSISTOR LEVEL• Introduction to backend design• CMOS Technology• CMOS inverter design• CMOS Implementation of complex logic circuit• Stick diagrams• Microwind
  6. 6. • Lab tool-tanner EDAVLSI AT GATE LEVEL• Logic on netlist• FPGA technology• FPGA design flow• ASIC design flow• Libraries and designVLSI AT PROGRAMMING LEVEL• Introduction to HDL• Design Methodologies• Hierarchical modeling Concepts• Comparision between Verilog and VHDLVERILOG• Number specifications• Strings• Identifiers and Keywords• DatatypesVLSI AT IMPLEMENTATION LEVEL Placing, Routing, Mapping Power calculation Practicals on Spartan 3E and Spartan 3A Current trends in VLSI Job opportunities in VLSI
  7. 7. 0.3 WORKSHOPWorkshop: embedded systemWorkshop On Embedded Product Design & Development Using MicrocontrollersMain objective of this Work-Shop is to make the students conceptually and practically aware aboutthe upcoming Embedded Systems Technology. Embedded Systems are present everywherearound us like from a simple digital wrist watch to the most complex satellite space ships. All entitiesinvolving automation are equipped with embedded systems. At the core of every embedded systemthere is either a microprocessor or a microcontroller or any other programmable intelligent unit thatworks with the other interfaced units to make a complete working product. So in ongoing cutthroatcompetition it is mandatory for every engineer to understand and become proficient in thisupcoming technology. By the end of this workshop students will become capable enough to designand develop their own projects and to change their own ideas into real practical models.One Day Workshop:SESSION NAME & DETAILS Duration in HrsPresentation On “Recent Trends InElectronics & Introduction To EmbeddedSystems”1:00Microcontroller Introduction, Concept OfI/Os, Programming In Embedded C UsingKEIL, IC Burning Concepts1:30Hardware Implementation Using DifferentInterfacings Like LEDs, Switches, DCMotor Etc2:30Two Days Workshop:SESSION NAME & DETAILS Duration in HrsPresentation On “Recent Trends InElectronics & Introduction To Embedded1:15 (Day-1)
  8. 8. Systems”Microcontroller Introduction, Concept OfI/Os, Programming In Embedded C UsingKEIL, IC Burning Concepts.1:45 (Day-1)Microcontroller Interfacing ModulesExplanation, General Input Out-Put FromController, Module Hands-On ExperimentUsing KEIL Compiler. Hardware ControlExamples With LEDs & Switches.2:00 (Day-1)Hardware Software Implementation &Hands-On Experiment For LCD, DC Motor(In Groups Depending Upon The TotalNumber)3:00 (Day-2)A 20 Marks Objective FAQ Quiz In TeamsOn Workshop Curriculum0:30 (Day-2)Prize Distribution & Certificate Circulation1:00 (Day-2)Resources Required From The Organization Or Institution:Following resources are required from the organization or the Institute to conduct this workshop module.• A Well Equipped PC Lab With Windows-XP Installed (Number Of PCs Required As Per TheNumber Of Students).• Lab Attendant Or Assistants (As Per The Number Of Computers).• Projector, Black-Board And Other Communicational And Interactional Resources.• Letter Of Approval For The Workshop From The Concerned Authority.• Letter Of Appreciation Or A Certificate From The College At The End Of The Workshop.What Is VLSIVery-Large-Scale Integration (VLSI) Is The Process Of Creating Integrated Circuits By CombiningThousands Of Transistors Into A Single Chip. This Is The Field Which Involves Packing More And MoreLogic Devices Into Smaller And Smaller Areas. VLSI Circuits Are Everywhere ... Your Computer, YourCar, Your Brand New State-Of-The-Art Digital Camera, The Cell-Phones, And Whatever You Have.Examples Are Embedded Systems, Where Intelligent Devices Are Put Inside Everyday Objects, And DoesComputing And Grows Computing Devices To Such An Extent That Even The Shoes You Wear MayActually Do Something Useful Like Monitoring Your Heartbeats! These Two Fields Are Kind Of Related,And Getting Into Their Description Can Easily Lead To Another Article.Resources Required From The Organization Or Institution:Following resources are required from the organization or the Institute to conduct this workshop module.• A Well Equipped PC Lab With Windows-XP Installed (Number Of pcs Required As Per TheNumber Of Students).
  9. 9. • Lab attendant or assistants (as per The Number Of Computers).• Projector, black-board and other communicational and interactional Resources.• Letter of approval for the workshop from the concerned authority.• Letter of appreciation or a certificate from the college at the end of the workshop.Why We Need VLSI• To Implant A Full System On A Single Chip.• To Increase The Complexity Of The IC (Complexity Is The Number Of Transistors Per GivenAmount Area Plus The Associated Interconnections).• To Minute The Size Of An IC Or System.• To Increase The Processing Speed Of A System• To Reduce Power Consumed By A System.•Topics to cover in each sessionSession -1: presentation on recent trends in IC fabrication industry• Introduction To VLSI• Why We Need VLSI• Where VLSI?• Evolution In VLSI• Area Of Applications• DATA Flow In Chip Designing Process.• Introduction To Designing Of Chip.• Introduction To Verification Of Chip.Session -2: Introduction To HDL.• What Is HDL• Need Of HDL
  10. 10. • Introduction To Verilog HDL• Introduction To ModelSim.• My First Verilog Program.• Code Designing.• Design Verification And Simulation.Session -3: Project Application Explanation & Hands-On Experiments• Modules and ports.• Gate Level Modeling.• Data Flow Modeling.• Behavioral Modeling.• Examples.• Introduction To FPGA And ASICs Interfacing.Workshop Fee & Minimum Students RequirementDuration Fee Per Students Minimum Strength1 Day 300 Rs 60
  11. 11. 2 Days 500 Rs 60Resources Required From The Organization Or Institution:Following resources are required from the organization or the Institute to conduct this workshop module.• Well equipped pc lab with windows-xp (as per the number of students).• Lab attendant or assistants (as per the number of computers).• Projector, black-board and other communicational and interactional resources.• Letter of approval for the workshop from the concerned authority.Letter of appreciation or a certificate fromthe college at the end of the workshop.

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