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Development of Embedded Systems using Embedded C on AVR

Sensors, Actuators, LEDs, Switches, PORTS, Timers, PWM, ADC, LCD, Projects, Develop Embedded Systems with Embedded C AVR

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9 h of video content
Beginner Difficulty
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Learning Objectives

Learn basics of Embedded C
Master Masking Technique in C
Demystify Timers to write delays
Interface Liquid Crystal Displays (LCDs) to print Characters, String and Integers, Also Learn to write Library for LCD
Developing Embedded System around AVR Microcontroller
Interface Sensors and Actuators using GPIOs / Ports
Learn how to generate PWM, also learn to vary Duty Cycle and Frequency of PWM Wave
Interface Analog Sensors using inbuilt analog to digital converters

Table of Contents

48 lectures
9 h
Expectation from Course, What's Inside the Course
09:47
Microcontrollers Vs Microprocessors
09:53
Von-Neumann Vs Harvard Architecture
05:40
How to Select a Microcontroller?
04:22
Bit Wise Masking !!
15:49
LED Blink using Masking
14:05
Masking using Shifting
11:21
Blink LED using Masking with Shifting
15:47
Switch and Pull Up Resistors
06:11
How to Enable inbuilt pull-up resistors in AVR?
05:17
Interface LED and Switch with AVR using Embedded C
17:56
Switch with LED Blink - Have Fun with Embedded C
12:56
Switch and LED Blink with Multiple Delay - More Fun with Embedded C
12:21
Introduction to AVR Timers
12:17
Lets get inside TIMER0
14:14
How to calculate TCNT value to generate a particular delay?
08:49
Introduction to PWM
07:46
How PWM wave is generated in Microcontrollers
07:55
PWM Registers in AVR and PWM Modes
13:49
PWM Frequency
05:02
PWM Duty Cycle
07:54
Introduction to LCD Displays
14:37
LCD - Initialization
13:28
LCD - Command and Data Embedded C Functions
17:16
LCD - Initialization Function
02:54
LCD - Printing Characters using Embedded C
13:14
LCD - Embedded C functions to position cursor and print strings
09:33
LCD - Printing Strings
07:23
LCD - Embedded C Function to Print Integers
08:11
LCD - Printing Integers
09:32
Need of Analog to Digital Conversion
04:34
Characteristics of ADC
09:27
Relation between Input Analog Voltage and Binary Output Data
05:19
Features of ADC on AVR
05:40
ADC - ADMUX Register
08:17
ADC - ADCSRA Register
07:04
Programming ADC using Embedded C - EXP 1
20:35
Temperature Monitoring System using LM35 Sensor
09:56
Speed Control of DC Motor - Part 1
10:56

Description

Learn Embedded C with AVR Microcontrollers!!

8.5 Hours of Video Content.

8 Quizzes with more than 70 Questions.

13 Hands-on Practicals

All Codes are available in the resources

Lecture Material (PDF / PPTs) are available in the resources

All Wiring Diagrams are available resources

Description

This course Demystifies the internal working of Microcontroller and Peripherals. You will learn register-level Embedded C programming to use inbuilt peripherals on the microcontroller to interface sensors, actuators, and Liquid Crystal Displays (LCD). You will learn to use Timers to generate accurate delays, Use timers to generate Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) Waveforms with variable duty cycle. Learn to use analog to digital converter (ADC) to gather data from analog sensors and display it to LCDs.

Each section ends with a Quiz to examine your learning outcomes from this course. All the codes (C Programs) are available in resources along with the lecture material.

This is NOT Arduino Style Programming!!

I believe that Arduino is for quick prototyping of products but not for Mastering Microcontrollers and peripherals. In Arduino, you use many Third-Party Libraries, In this course, you will be writing your own libraries, Your code will be talking and manipulate microcontroller registers, True Register Level programming is presented in this course.

Major Topics Covered

1. Masking: Learn to manipulate (Set/Reset) a particular bit in a port or MCU register without altering other bits.

2. Pull-up Register: Learn the importance of pull-up resistors, enabling and disabling them, also learn to use them in interfacing digital sensors.

3. Timers: Learn to write C programs to generate accurate delays using MCU Timers.

4. Pulse Width Modulation: Learn to generate PWM wave with variable duty cycle using MCU timers and PWM registers.

5. Liquid Crystal Display: Learn to interface LCDs with MCU using GPIOs, No third-party library is used for LCD, You will learn to write your own library for LCDs.

6. Analog to Digital Converter: Learn to interface analog sensors such as a potentiometer to read voltage across it.

7. Temperature Monitoring System: Learn to interface LM35 temperature sensor IC to read ambient temperature and display the same on LCD.

8. Speed Control of DC Motor: Learn to control the Direction and Speed of DC Motor using half-bridge integrated circuit L293D and PWM Technique. Vary the Speed using a POT connected to ADC and vary the PWM duty cycle accordingly.

Who this course is for:

  • Beginners to develop Embedded Systems around Microcontroller
  • Beginners curious to write and test Embedded C Programs on Hardware

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