AVR Microcontroller Training in Chandigarh
Since 2005, The Core Systems has been delivering best-in-class AVR microcontroller training in Chandigarh. For Microcontroller project development and implementation, The Core Systems has created a variety of development modules for AVR as well as other microcontroller platforms such as PIC, ARM, Arduino, Raspberry PI, and others. The Core Systems has also created a number of ISP Burning Systems that are used for microcontroller code loading.
Why AVR microcontrollers for Industrial Training in Chandigarh for six weeks and six months?
The Core Systems has created a Special Hardware Development Board for Avr training, which may be used for Avr Microcontroller training and project development.
Atmel created the AVR in 1996 as a modified Harvard design 8-bit / 16bit / 32bit RISC single-chip microcontroller. The AVR was one of the first microcontroller families to employ on-chip flash memory for programme storage, as opposed to One-Time Programmable ROM, EPROM, or EEPROM, which were commonly used by other microcontrollers at the time. Nowadays, a very popular Embedded Systems Platform is known as Arduino is employed. Arduino is built around the well-known Atmega328 and Atmega2560 AVR Controllers.
“The AVR architecture was developed by two students at the Norwegian Institute of Technology (NTH) in Norway, Alf-Egil Bogen and Vegard Wollan.”
Contents of the course:
- The distinction between the MC-51 (CISC) and AVR (RISC) microcontroller families
- The AVR family’s microcontroller’s RISC architecture
- An Overview of Different AVR Mic Microcontrollers ( Atmega8515, ATmega8535, ATmega8, Atmega16 etc.)
- Atmega8515, ATmega8535, ATmega8, ATmega16, and other pin details
- Embedded C programming and several Embedded C compilers
- Techniques and software for burning machine code
- Hardware interface and programming with AVR microcontrollers in embedded c of the following external and on-chip devices:
Led (using PORTS as Output)
- Switch ( Using PORTS as input)
- Relay matrix keyboard (To control Switching of AC devices e.g. Bulb, Fan, Heater, etc.)
- The Stepper Motor (Speed and Direction Control)
- a direct current motor (Speed and Direction Control)
- Avr microcontroller-based LCD display system
- Display with seven segments
- Only one channel Converter from analogue to digital (ADC0804)
- Analog to Digital Converter with Multiple Channels (adc809)
- Analog to Digital Converters
- Serial Real-Time Clock Based on I2C (DS1307)
- Serial communication between the microcontroller and the PC Hardware and software interrupts are used in the programming of two microcontrollers.
Programming and practical implementation of on-chip timer and counter PWM generating utilising an on-chip PWM generator.
- On-chip Analog Comparator Programming and Practical Implementation
- Programming and practical implementation of an on-chip multichannel analogue to digital converter (Atmega8535, Atmega8, Atmega16) for sensor interfacing.
- Design and testing of AVR family Microcontroller Evaluation Boards using AVR Microcontrollers