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EMBEDDED Systems Online Training Details
Track Regular Track Weekend Track Fast Track
Course Duration 30 Hrs 8 Weekends 5 Days
Hours 1hr/day 2 Hours a day 6 Hours a day
Training Mode Online Classroom Online Classroom Online Classroom
Delivery Instructor Led-Live Instructor Led-Live Instructor Led-Live


Course Curriculum

EMBEDDED Systems Details

Basic and Advance C Topic

Part 1 – Variables and Arithmetic Expressions

  • The for statement
  • Symbolic Constants
  • Character Input and Output
  • File Copying
  • Character Counting
  • Line Counting
  • Word Counting
  • Arrays
  • Functions
  • Arguments – Call by Value
  • Character Arrays
  • External Variables and Scope

Part 2 – Types, Operators and Expressions

  • Variable Names
  • Data Types and Sizes
  • Constants
  • Declarations
  • Arithmetic Operators
  • Relational and Logical Operators
  • Type Conversions
  • Increment and Decrement Operators
  • Bitwise Operators
  • Assignment Operators and Expressions
  • Conditional Expressions
  • Precedence and Order of Evaluation

Part 3 – Control Flow

  • Statements and Blocks
  • If-Else
  • Else-If
  • Switch
  • Loops – While and For
  • Loops – Do-While
  • Break and Continue
  • Goto and labels

Part 4 – Functions and Program Structure

  • Basics of Functions
  • Functions Returning Non-integers
  • External Variables
  • Scope Rules
  • Header Files
  • Static Variables
  • Register Variables
  • Block Structure
  • Initialization
  • Recursion
  • The C Preprocessor
  • File Inclusion
  • Macro Substitution
  • Conditional Inclusion

Part 5 – Pointers and Arrays

  • Pointers and Addresses
  • Pointers and Function Arguments
  • Pointers and Arrays
  • Address Arithmetic
  • Character Pointers and Functions
  • Pointer Arrays; Pointers to Pointers
  • Multi-dimensional Arrays
  • Initialization of Pointer Arrays
  • Pointers vs. Multi-dimensional Arrays
  • Command-line Arguments
  • Pointers to Functions
  • Complicated Declarations

Part 6 – Structures

  • Basics of Structures
  • Structures and Functions
  • Arrays of Structures
  • Pointers to Structures
  • Self-referential Structures
  • Table Lookup
  • Typedef
  • Unions
  • Bit-fields

Part 7 – Input and Output

  • Standard Input and Output
  • Formatted Output – printf
  • Variable-length Argument Lists
  • Formatted Input – Scanf
  • File Access
  • Error Handling – Stderr and Exit
  • Line Input and Output
  • Miscellaneous Functions
  • String Operations
  • Character Class Testing and Conversion
  • Ungetc
  • Command Execution
  • Storage Management
  • Mathematical Functions
  • Random Number generation

Part 8 – The UNIX System Interface

  • File Descriptors
  • Low Level I/O – Read and Write
  • Open, Creat, Close, Unlink
  • Random Access – Lseek
  • Example – An implementation of Fopen and Getc
  • Example – Listing Directories
  • Example – A Storage Allocator

Part 9 – Miscellaneous

  • Lexical Conventions
  • Tokens
  • Comments
  • Identifiers
  • Keywords
  • Constants
  • String Literals
  • Syntax Notation
  • Meaning of Identifiers
  • Storage Class
  • Basic Types
  • Derived types
  • Type Qualifiers
  • Objects and Lvalues
  • Conversions
  • Integral Promotion
  • Integral Conversions
  • Integer and Floating
  • Floating Types
  • Arithmetic Conversions
  • Pointers and Integers
  • Void
  • Pointers to Void
  • Expressions
  • Pointer Conversion
  • Primary Expressions
  • Postfix Expressions
  • Unary Operators
  • Casts
  • Multiplicative Operators
  • Additive Operators
  • Shift Operators
  • Relational Operators
  • Equality Operators
  • Bitwise AND Operator
  • Bitwise Exclusive OR Operator
  • Bitwise Inclusive OR Operator
  • Logical AND Operator
  • Logical OR Operator
  • Conditional Operator
  • Assignment Expressions
  • Comma Operator
  • Constant Expressions
  • Declarations
  • Storage Class Specifiers
  • Type Specifiers
  • Structure and Union Declarations
  • Enumerations
  • Declarators
  • Meaning of Declarators
  • Typedef
  • Type Equivalence
  • Statements
  • Labeled Statements
  • Expression Statement
  • Compound Statement
  • Selection Statements
  • Iteration Statements
  • Jump statements
  • External Declarations
  • Function Definitions
  • External Declarations
  • Scope and Linkage
  • Lexical Scope
  • Linkage
  • Preprocessing
  • Trigraph Sequences
  • Line Splicing
  • Macro Definition and Expansion
  • File Inclusion
  • Conditional Compilation
  • Line Control
  • Error Generation
  • Pragmas
  • Null directive
  • Predefined names
  • Embedded System Introduction and Basic Concept

Part 10- Embedded C Introduction and Taking programming under Embedded C.

  • Difference Between C and Embedded C.
  • Introduction to Important Embedded Peripherals – SRAM, NVRAM, DRAM, EPROM, EEPROM, Flash, FRAM.
  • Introduction to Embedded C Compiler(gcc, Keil).
  • Introduction to Assembly Language Programming(x86) based.

Part 11- Embedded Protocols

  • Serial Peripheral Interface(SPI)
  • Inter IC Communication(I2C)
  • UART

Part 12 – Explaning ARM7 Based 32-bit microcontroller(AT91SAM7x256) with keil IDE and workout with Embedded programes.

  • Understanding ARM Architecture.
  • Von Neumann vs Harvard architecture
  • Hand on Experience with the KEIL IDE.
  • Comparison between 8-bit to 32-Bit Controller.
  • Understanding the Architecture of 32-bit Controller(AT91SAM7x256).
  • Port Programming for the AT91SAM7x256. Toggling Port and Toggling LEDs.
  • Programming the peripheral for controller AT81SAM7x256.

Part 13 – Explaining the study of technical datasheet.

Operating System Concept

  • Overview of operating systems, functionalities and characteristics of OS.
  • Hardware concepts related to OS, CPU states, I/O channels, memory hierarchy, microprogramming
  • The concept of a process, operations on processes, process states, concurrent processes, process control block, process context.
  • UNIX process control and management, PCB, signals, forks and pipes.
  • Interrupt processing, operating system organisation, OS kernel FLIH, dispatcher.
  • Job and processor scheduling, scheduling algorithms, process hierarchies.
  • Problems of concurrent processes, critical sections, mutual exclusion, synchronisation, deadlock.
  • Mutual exclusion, process co-operation, producer and consumer processes.
  • Semaphores: definition, init, wait, signal operations.
  • Use of semaphores to implement mutex, process synchronisation etc., implementation of semaphores.
  • Critical regions, Conditional Critical Regions, Monitors, Ada Tasks.
  • Interprocess Communication (IPC), Message Passing, Direct and Indirect
  • Deadlock: prevention, detection, avoidance, banker’s algorithm.
  • Memory organisation and management, storage allocation.
  • Virtual memory concepts, paging and segmentation, address mapping.
  • Virtual storage management, page replacemant strategies.
  • File organisation: blocking and buffering, file descriptor, directory structure
  • File and Directory structures, blocks and fragments, directory tree, inodes, file descriptors, UNIX file structure

Introduction to Linux Programming

  • Understanding the Architecture of Linux.
  • Linux Application Programming(Multithreading Programming using POSIX Threads).

Part1 – Pthreads Overview

  • What is a Thread?
  • What are Pthreads?
  • Why Pthreads?
  • Designing Threaded Programs

Part2 – The Pthreads API

  • Compiling Threaded Programs
  • Thread Management
  • Creating and Terminating Threads
  • Passing Arguments to Threads
  • Joining and Detaching Threads
  • Stack Management
  • Miscellaneous Routines

Part3 – Mutex Variables

  • Mutex Variables Overview
  • Creating and Destroying Mutexes
  • Locking and Unlocking Mutexes

Part4 – Condition Variables

  • Condition Variables Overview
  • Creating and Destroying Condition Variables
  • Waiting and Signalling on Condition Variables

Introduction to Linux Kernel Programming.

  • Discussion on the Linux Kernel and Carrying out small programs to enhance the functionalities of the Linux Kernel.

Introduction to Linux Device Driver.

  • Discussion about the Linux device driver.
  • Char Device Driver.
  • Block Device Driver.
  • Introduction to RTOS

Learning the concept of RTOS.

  • RTOS vs General Purpose OS(GPOS)
  • Taking example Programmes in RTOS and practical Observation how RTOS is different from GPOS.

Preparation for Interview

  • Four Hours Discussion for the Interview Preparation Frequently Asked Questions will be getting discussed based on the above syllabus i.e. Embedded System.

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Course Curriculum

EMBEDDED Systems Details

Basic and Advance C Topic

Part 1 – Variables and Arithmetic Expressions

  • The for statement
  • Symbolic Constants
  • Character Input and Output
  • File Copying
  • Character Counting
  • Line Counting
  • Word Counting
  • Arrays
  • Functions
  • Arguments – Call by Value
  • Character Arrays
  • External Variables and Scope

Part 2 – Types, Operators and Expressions

  • Variable Names
  • Data Types and Sizes
  • Constants
  • Declarations
  • Arithmetic Operators
  • Relational and Logical Operators
  • Type Conversions
  • Increment and Decrement Operators
  • Bitwise Operators
  • Assignment Operators and Expressions
  • Conditional Expressions
  • Precedence and Order of Evaluation

Part 3 – Control Flow

  • Statements and Blocks
  • If-Else
  • Else-If
  • Switch
  • Loops – While and For
  • Loops – Do-While
  • Break and Continue
  • Goto and labels

Part 4 – Functions and Program Structure

  • Basics of Functions
  • Functions Returning Non-integers
  • External Variables
  • Scope Rules
  • Header Files
  • Static Variables
  • Register Variables
  • Block Structure
  • Initialization
  • Recursion
  • The C Preprocessor
  • File Inclusion
  • Macro Substitution
  • Conditional Inclusion

Part 5 – Pointers and Arrays

  • Pointers and Addresses
  • Pointers and Function Arguments
  • Pointers and Arrays
  • Address Arithmetic
  • Character Pointers and Functions
  • Pointer Arrays; Pointers to Pointers
  • Multi-dimensional Arrays
  • Initialization of Pointer Arrays
  • Pointers vs. Multi-dimensional Arrays
  • Command-line Arguments
  • Pointers to Functions
  • Complicated Declarations

Part 6 – Structures

  • Basics of Structures
  • Structures and Functions
  • Arrays of Structures
  • Pointers to Structures
  • Self-referential Structures
  • Table Lookup
  • Typedef
  • Unions
  • Bit-fields

Part 7 – Input and Output

  • Standard Input and Output
  • Formatted Output – printf
  • Variable-length Argument Lists
  • Formatted Input – Scanf
  • File Access
  • Error Handling – Stderr and Exit
  • Line Input and Output
  • Miscellaneous Functions
  • String Operations
  • Character Class Testing and Conversion
  • Ungetc
  • Command Execution
  • Storage Management
  • Mathematical Functions
  • Random Number generation

Part 8 – The UNIX System Interface

  • File Descriptors
  • Low Level I/O – Read and Write
  • Open, Creat, Close, Unlink
  • Random Access – Lseek
  • Example – An implementation of Fopen and Getc
  • Example – Listing Directories
  • Example – A Storage Allocator

Part 9 – Miscellaneous

  • Lexical Conventions
  • Tokens
  • Comments
  • Identifiers
  • Keywords
  • Constants
  • String Literals
  • Syntax Notation
  • Meaning of Identifiers
  • Storage Class
  • Basic Types
  • Derived types
  • Type Qualifiers
  • Objects and Lvalues
  • Conversions
  • Integral Promotion
  • Integral Conversions
  • Integer and Floating
  • Floating Types
  • Arithmetic Conversions
  • Pointers and Integers
  • Void
  • Pointers to Void
  • Expressions
  • Pointer Conversion
  • Primary Expressions
  • Postfix Expressions
  • Unary Operators
  • Casts
  • Multiplicative Operators
  • Additive Operators
  • Shift Operators
  • Relational Operators
  • Equality Operators
  • Bitwise AND Operator
  • Bitwise Exclusive OR Operator
  • Bitwise Inclusive OR Operator
  • Logical AND Operator
  • Logical OR Operator
  • Conditional Operator
  • Assignment Expressions
  • Comma Operator
  • Constant Expressions
  • Declarations
  • Storage Class Specifiers
  • Type Specifiers
  • Structure and Union Declarations
  • Enumerations
  • Declarators
  • Meaning of Declarators
  • Typedef
  • Type Equivalence
  • Statements
  • Labeled Statements
  • Expression Statement
  • Compound Statement
  • Selection Statements
  • Iteration Statements
  • Jump statements
  • External Declarations
  • Function Definitions
  • External Declarations
  • Scope and Linkage
  • Lexical Scope
  • Linkage
  • Preprocessing
  • Trigraph Sequences
  • Line Splicing
  • Macro Definition and Expansion
  • File Inclusion
  • Conditional Compilation
  • Line Control
  • Error Generation
  • Pragmas
  • Null directive
  • Predefined names
  • Embedded System Introduction and Basic Concept

Part 10- Embedded C Introduction and Taking programming under Embedded C.

  • Difference Between C and Embedded C.
  • Introduction to Important Embedded Peripherals – SRAM, NVRAM, DRAM, EPROM, EEPROM, Flash, FRAM.
  • Introduction to Embedded C Compiler(gcc, Keil).
  • Introduction to Assembly Language Programming(x86) based.

Part 11- Embedded Protocols

  • Serial Peripheral Interface(SPI)
  • Inter IC Communication(I2C)
  • UART

Part 12 – Explaning ARM7 Based 32-bit microcontroller(AT91SAM7x256) with keil IDE and workout with Embedded programes.

  • Understanding ARM Architecture.
  • Von Neumann vs Harvard architecture
  • Hand on Experience with the KEIL IDE.
  • Comparison between 8-bit to 32-Bit Controller.
  • Understanding the Architecture of 32-bit Controller(AT91SAM7x256).
  • Port Programming for the AT91SAM7x256. Toggling Port and Toggling LEDs.
  • Programming the peripheral for controller AT81SAM7x256.

Part 13 – Explaining the study of technical datasheet.

Operating System Concept

  • Overview of operating systems, functionalities and characteristics of OS.
  • Hardware concepts related to OS, CPU states, I/O channels, memory hierarchy, microprogramming
  • The concept of a process, operations on processes, process states, concurrent processes, process control block, process context.
  • UNIX process control and management, PCB, signals, forks and pipes.
  • Interrupt processing, operating system organisation, OS kernel FLIH, dispatcher.
  • Job and processor scheduling, scheduling algorithms, process hierarchies.
  • Problems of concurrent processes, critical sections, mutual exclusion, synchronisation, deadlock.
  • Mutual exclusion, process co-operation, producer and consumer processes.
  • Semaphores: definition, init, wait, signal operations.
  • Use of semaphores to implement mutex, process synchronisation etc., implementation of semaphores.
  • Critical regions, Conditional Critical Regions, Monitors, Ada Tasks.
  • Interprocess Communication (IPC), Message Passing, Direct and Indirect
  • Deadlock: prevention, detection, avoidance, banker’s algorithm.
  • Memory organisation and management, storage allocation.
  • Virtual memory concepts, paging and segmentation, address mapping.
  • Virtual storage management, page replacemant strategies.
  • File organisation: blocking and buffering, file descriptor, directory structure
  • File and Directory structures, blocks and fragments, directory tree, inodes, file descriptors, UNIX file structure

Introduction to Linux Programming

  • Understanding the Architecture of Linux.
  • Linux Application Programming(Multithreading Programming using POSIX Threads).

Part1 – Pthreads Overview

  • What is a Thread?
  • What are Pthreads?
  • Why Pthreads?
  • Designing Threaded Programs

Part2 – The Pthreads API

  • Compiling Threaded Programs
  • Thread Management
  • Creating and Terminating Threads
  • Passing Arguments to Threads
  • Joining and Detaching Threads
  • Stack Management
  • Miscellaneous Routines

Part3 – Mutex Variables

  • Mutex Variables Overview
  • Creating and Destroying Mutexes
  • Locking and Unlocking Mutexes

Part4 – Condition Variables

  • Condition Variables Overview
  • Creating and Destroying Condition Variables
  • Waiting and Signalling on Condition Variables

Introduction to Linux Kernel Programming.

  • Discussion on the Linux Kernel and Carrying out small programs to enhance the functionalities of the Linux Kernel.

Introduction to Linux Device Driver.

  • Discussion about the Linux device driver.
  • Char Device Driver.
  • Block Device Driver.
  • Introduction to RTOS

Learning the concept of RTOS.

  • RTOS vs General Purpose OS(GPOS)
  • Taking example Programmes in RTOS and practical Observation how RTOS is different from GPOS.

Preparation for Interview

  • Four Hours Discussion for the Interview Preparation Frequently Asked Questions will be getting discussed based on the above syllabus i.e. Embedded System.

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