Embedded C is most efficient language in embedded field for developing and designing electronic gadgets. Each processor used in embedded or electronic system is associated with embedded C software. Embedded C plays a key role in performing specific function by the processor. In day-to-day life we used many electronic devices such as mobile phone, washing machine, digital camera, etc. These all device working is based on microcontroller that are programmed by embedded C. Embisyslabs is the Embedded c training institutes in bangalore provides best embedded c training on Beaglebone, Raspberry-PI, ARM courses, ARM 7, ARM9, Cortex M4, Embedded Firmware. Embisyslabs's complete Core Embedded training syllabus structure, gives an extensive hands-on experience with Industry relevant projects and assignments, good enough to build an excellent career in core domain. We also conducts Weekend and Weekdays Workshops, in our institutes Jayanagar Bengaluru Bangalore near BTM India.

MODULE 1 : Adv.C and DATA STRUCTURE PROGRAMMING

Chapter1. Getting Started

Why C Programming Language
History & Features
Compilation Model
How to Compile & Run
Keywords & Data Types
Identifires & Rules
I/O Functions a C program
Strategy of Desinging a Program

Chapter2 .Fundamentals Of C Programming

Variables & Constants
Keywords & Data Types
Identifiers & Rules

Chapter3. Operators And Classifications

Variables & Constants
Keywords & Data Types
Identifiers & Rules

Chapter4. Control Flow Statements

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

Chapter5. Looping Statements

For Loop
While Loop
Do-While Loop
Continue Loop

Chapter6. C Pre-Processor

File inclusion
Macro substitution
Conditional Compilatio
#ifdef, #ifndef

Chapter7. Arrays And String

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

Chapter8. Pointers and its Features

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

Chapter9. Functions and its Parameters

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

Chapter10. Scope and Lifetime Of Variables

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

Chapter11. Pointers [Part 2]

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

Chapter12. Searching &Sorting

Linear Search&Binary Search
Bubble sort & Selection Sort

Chapter13. Structures and its Definition

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

Chapter14. Structure Related Items (Union)

Typedef - New Name for an Existing Type
Bit Fields-Memory Saving Concept
Unions-Derived Data Types
Enumerations Data types

Chapter15 .File Input/Output(I/O)

Why files
Types of Disk I/O
Formatted and Unformatted I/O Functions
High Level and Low Level I/O Functions
System Calls vs. Library Calls
I/O Library Functions
fopen(),fread(),fwrite(),fclose()
fgets(),fputs(),ftell()
Copying,Reversing,Appending Files
Character Input vs. Line Input
fscanf(),fprintf(),fclose()

Chapter16. Data Structures and Its Type

Design principles
Data Types
Abstract data types
Data structures
Different types of Linked Lists
Various Operation on Single linked lists
Various Operation on Double linked lists
Various Operation on Circular linked lists
Stacks Implementation using Array and Pointer
Queues Implementation using Array and Pointer

MODULE 2: 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

GNU Compiler, Makefile
Startup file, Linker Script, keil

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. ARM Programming

GPIO Programming
Pin Function Select Registers
I/O Direction Setting
Fast GPIO Port Direction control register
Fast and Slow GPIO Registers
PIN Function Control

Chapter5 .Interrupts and its Hander

Interrupt Definition and its Structure
Vectored IRQ and Non-Vectored IRQ
Configuring and Programming Interrupts (ISR)
Programming the Interrupt Service Routine (ISR)

Chapter6. Arm Programmers Model

Data Size and Instruction Size
Operating Modes
ARM Register Set
Program status Register

Chapter7. User Peripherals

General Purpose I/O
Timers/Counter Programming
PWM Modulator Programming
Analog To Digital Converter
Digital To Analog Converter

Chapter8. System Peripherals

UART Serial Communication Interfacings
Timers & PWM
Sensor Interfacing Program

Chapter9. Instruction Set Architecture

ARM instruction Set
Thumb instruction Set
Thumb2 Instruction Set

Chapter10. I2C Interfacess

I2C Overview about I2C
I2C-Bus Configuration
I2C Operating modes
I2C Master Transmitter mode
I2C Master Transmitter mode
I2C Implementation and operation
I2C Register description
I2C Programming

Chapter11. SPI Interfacess

SPI Overview about SPI
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 Interfacing Programming
LCD interfacing Programming

Weekend And Weekdays Course On Embedded C And ARM Design Programming

The embedded c course has been specially designed for those who aspire to become ARM / Embedded C Programmimg and design engineer by the industrial experienced professionals.

Each module will be taught in detail, which will help the participents to start working as Embedded engineer after the course completion

Much effort has been put into creating the syllabus, to cover the 'basics' for each module and then cover advanced Communication Protocols Peripherals topics UART, I2C, SPI,Interrupt along with the issues and resolving techniques practically.

Embedded C course module will be taught in details, which will help the candidates to take up interviews and successive job and start working after the course completion

Why C Programming Language:

C is a general-purpose programming language, which is widely used to design any type of desktop-based applications. It was developed by Dennis Ritchie as a system programming language to develop the operating system. The main features of C language include low-level access to memory, a simple set of keywords, and clean style, these features make C language suitable for system programmings like OS or compiler development. In nature it uses a native platform development scheme, ie the development of the application by it is platform-dependent and can only be used on a single platform.

Why Embedded C Programming :

Embedded C is an extension of C language and it is used to develop micro-controller based applications. The extensions in the Embedded C language from normal C Programming Language is the I/O Hardware Addressing, fixed-point arithmetic operations, accessing address spaces, etc. Embedded C Program has five layers of Basic Structures.

They are:

Comment: These are simple readable text, written in code to make it more understandable to the user. Usually comments are written in double or single slash line. Pre-processor directives: The Pre-Processor directives tell the compiler which files to look in to find the symbols that are not present in the program. Global Declaration: The part of the code where global variables are defined. Local Declaration: The part of the code where local variables are defined. Main function: Every C program has a main function which drives the whole code. It basically has two parts the declaration part and the execution part. Where, the declaration part is where all the variables are declared, and the execution part defines the whole structure of execution in the program. In nature it uses a cross-platform development scheme, i.e., the development of the application by it is platform-independent and can be used on multiple platforms.

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