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What we Study
Basic Electronics Digital Design Antenna EMFT Analog Integrated circuits Microprocessor VLSI Automatic Control System N/w Analysis & Systems

What we Need
MATLAB VLSI (HDL + Design + Fabrication) Embedded System Designing PLC/ SCADA Analog Circuit Designing

DEFINITION OF EMBEDDED SYSTEMS

Embedded Systems are the Microprocessor / Microcontroller based computing/control systems which are designed for specific task. Ex-Automatic Washing Machines, Robots, Electronic Cash Register, Mobile Phones etc. Every Device is converting into automotive, there is the role of Embedded Technology.

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BIO-METRICS

LED DISPLAY PANELS

ARTIFICIAL SATELLITES

Examples of Embedded Systems

ROBOTICS

AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRONICS

NETWORK SWITCHES
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Examples of Embedded Systems

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Application Areas
Consumer Appliances Office Automation Industrial Automation Medical & Bio-Metrics Computer Networking Telecommunication Instrumentation Security & Surveillance Automobiles Military applications Satellites & Geo-Applications
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CONSUMER APPLICATIONS

AUTOMOBILE APPLICATION

MILITARY APPLICATION

MEDICAL APPLICATIONS

Future Application

AUTOMOBILE APPLICATION

MILITARY APPLICATION

AND TO BE MANY MORE APPLICATIONS..

Market Share of Embedded Tech.


In comparison to IT industry ,this domain is stable while slowly increased to present 40% software market. Many IT MNC are dealing with Embedded software, thus creating the need for skilled Engineers who are competitive enough to understand products market & design requirements .So knowing basic development environment & platform increases the chances for a good start up with development Firms.

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Benefits of Embedded Systems


1. 2. 3. 4. Minimization Of Circuit. Reliable Power Efficient Production when done even on Medium-scale is cost effective. 5. Product customization even after production is possible to a limit.

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Microprocessors
CPU for Computers No RAM, ROM, I/O on CPU chip itself ExampleIntels x86, Motorolas 680x0 Data Bus

CPU
General-Purpose Micro-processor

RAM

ROM

I/O port

Timer

Serial COM Port

Many chips on mothers board Address Bus

General-Purpose Microprocessor System


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Microcontrollers

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Microprocessor vs. Microcontroller


Microprocessor
Contains only CPU; RAM, ROM, I/O, timer are separately interfaced.
Designer decides on the amount of ROM, RAM and I/O ports. Expansive General-purpose

Microcontroller
CPU, RAM, ROM, I/O and timer are all on a single chip Fix amount of on-chip ROM, RAM, I/O ports For applications in which cost, power and space are critical Single purpose
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Micro Controller Examples

Microchip picmicrocontroller ATMEL micro controller Zilog microcontroller

Intel micro controller

Motorola microcontroller
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1. 2.

General System Maximum Resources

1. Designed for Specific Task 2. Minimum Resources

3. 4.
5.

Response is not time bounded Reliability is not a issue


Examples

3. Response is time bounded 4. Highly reliable


5. Examples

Personal Computer
Laptop

Calculator, Robots
ECR,PCO M/C,

Workstations etc.

LCD Projector
Data Loggers etc

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Micro Controller 8051 Assembly Language Program Simulation Interfacing of Peripherals

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Course Contents
Introduction 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.
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