The Whole Session Has Been Devided Into Three Groups

The whole session has been devided into three groups 1)Introdution to digital electronic and it s application 2)Embedded

system 3)Robotics

The contents that are going to be covered up with digital electronics are
Chapter 1 Basics
1.1 What is a Digital system? 1.2 Assigning States 1.3 Number Systems in digital electronics 1.4 Types of Digital Circuits 1.5 Clock: Building block of a sequential circuit 1.6 Logic Gates: Building block of a combinatorial circuitry 1.7 Practical Circuiting Elements 1.7.1 Resistor 1.7.2 Capacitor 1.7.3 Breadboard 1.7.4 Integrated Circuits (IC) 1.7.5 LED

Chapter 2 Some Integrated Circuits and Implementation ....................... 13
2.1 555 2.1.1 Monostable mode 2.1.2 Astable mode 2.2 4029 counter 2.2.1 Pin Description 2.3 7447: BCD to 7 segment display decoder 2.3.1 Pin Description 2.4 LDR (Light Dependent Resistor) 2.5 Operational Amplifier (Opamp) 2.5.1 Opamp as a comparator 2.6 7805 Voltage Regulator

The contents that are going to be covered up with embedded system are
Chapter 3 Introduction to Microcontrollers
3.1 Compiler / IDE (Integrated Development Environment) 3.2 Programmer

Chapter 4 Code Vision AVR (CVAVR)
4.1 CHIP: 4.2 PORT:

Chapter 5 Introduction to Atmega 16 Microcontroller
5.1 Features 5.2 Pin Configuration 5.3 Block Diagram 5.4 Pin Descriptions 5.5 Digital Input Output Port 5.6 Registers

Chapter 6 I/O Ports
6.1 DDRX (Data Direction Register) 6.2 PORTX (PORTX Data Register) 6.2.1 Output Pin 6.2.2 Input Pin 6.3 PINX (Data Read Register)

Chapter 7 LCD Interfacing
7.1 Circuit Connection 7.2 Setting up in Microcontroller 7.3 Printing Functions 7.3.1 lcd_clear() 7.3.2 lcd_gotoxy(x,y) 7.3.3 lcd_putchar(char c) 7.3.4 lcd_putsf(constant string) 7.3.5 lcd_puts(char arr) 7.3.6 itoa(intval, char arr[]) 7.3.7 ftoa(float val, char decimal_places, char arr[])

Chapter 8 UART Communication
8.1 UART: Theory of Operation 8.2 Serial Port of Computer 8.3 Setting up UART in microcontroller 8.3.1 putchar() 8.3.2 getchar() 8.3.3 putsf() 8.4 Docklight

Chapter 9 Timers
9.1 Basic Theory 9.2 Fast PWM Mode

9.3 CTC Mode

Chapter 10 SPI: Serial Peripheral Interface1
0.1 Theory of Operation 10.2 Setting up SPI in Microcontroller 10.2.1 Master Microcontroller 10.2.2 Slave Microcontroller 10.3 Data Functions 10.3.1 Transmit Data 10.3.2 Receive Data

Chapter 11 ADC: Analog to Digital Converter
11.1 Theory of operation 11.2 Setting up Microcontroller 11.3 Function for getting ADC

Chapter 12 Interrupts
Example 12.1 Polling 12.2 Hardware interrupt 12.3 Hardware Interrupt or polling? 12.4 Setting up Hardware Interrupt in Microcontroller 12.5 Functions of Interrupt Service Routine

Chapter 13 Communication protocals
13.1 Interfacing with Tv remote and laptop remotes(RC4/RC5 protocal) 13.2 Interfacing with cellphones(DTMF)
13.3 Setting up wireless communication with RF modules

The contents that are going to be covered up with Robotics are
Chapter 14 Introduction to Autonomous Robots
14.1 Robot Chassis Designing 14.1.1 Robot with steering wheel: 14.1.2 Robot with differential drive:

Chapter 15 Motor Driver
15.1 H- Bridge: 15.2 Motor Driver ICs: L293/L293D and L298 15.2.1 Difference between L293 and L298: 15.2.2 Speed Control

Chapter 16 Sensors
16.1 Analog Sensor

16.2 Digital IR Sensor - TSOP Sensor

As you see there are 16 chapters and each requires min. 1 hr to have proper understanding upon>Besides to make the people to feel and get the intitutionI have arranged the matters in order. So I do estimate the whole thing nearly takes 20-24 hrs of work time as you know theory thing isn¶t just sufficient but practical equally plays a great role and we may get stuck with it sometimes and may take a rather long time to rectify it. Its only mine estimation but sometimes it may take a rather long for explanation and making things more precise and clear as it¶s my responsibility to carry the job.

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