A Beginner's Guide to Understand Microcontrollers !
Created by VPACHKAWADE Research Center
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 9 Lectures ( 33m ) | Size: 276 MB
Welcome to the world of embedded intelligence !
What you'll learn
Understand the fundamental concepts of microcontrollers, including their architecture, operation, and applications.
Gain knowledge of Integrated Development Environments (IDEs) used for microcontroller programming and develop proficiency in utilizing them.
Differentiate between microprocessors and microcontrollers, comprehending their unique features and determining their suitable applications.
Acquire a comprehensive understanding of the various blocks used in microcontrollers, their interactions, and specific functions, enabling effective development
No specific requirements or prior experience necessary - this beginner-friendly course on microcontrollers welcomes all interested learners.
Welcome to the Microcontroller Fundamentals Course! In this course, you will have the opportunity to learn from knowledgeable and skillful instructors who will guide you through the world of microcontrollers.The course begins with an introduction to microcontrollers, where you will gain a solid understanding of what they are and how they work. You will explore the basic differences between microprocessors and microcontrollers, allowing you to make informed decisions on which one to use for different applications.We will delve into the key differences between microprocessors and microcontrollers through a comprehensive tabular comparison, enabling you to grasp their unique features and functionalities.You will also discover the various blocks used in microcontrollers, their interactions, and specific tasks. Understanding these blocks is essential for developing applications using microcontrollers effectively.Memory plays a vital role in microcontrollers, and you will learn about different types of memories and their functions. We will specifically explore the memory used by the Arduino Uno (an 8-bit microcontroller) and how it operates.Special Function Registers (SFRs) and I/O interfaces are critical components of microcontrollers, allowing them to control and configure external peripherals. You will gain insight into the functionality and operation of SFRs and I/O interfaces.To test your understanding, we will have quizzes throughout the course. One of the quizzes will focus on identifying the specific block used to store firmware/program in a microcontroller.Lastly, you will explore the fascinating world of 8-bit microcontrollers. You will learn how the CPU fetches instructions, processes data, and stores it via the data bus on an 8-bit basis. Additionally, we will explore how registers, memory, and the Arithmetic Logic Unit (ALU) operate on 8-bit data.By the end of this course, you will have a solid foundation in microcontroller fundamentals, equipping you with the knowledge and skills needed to work with microcontrollers and develop applications effectively. So, join us on this exciting journey into the world of microcontrollers and unlock new possibilities for your projects!No prior experience with microcontrollers is required for this course. Basic knowledge of programming concepts and familiarity with electronics will be beneficial but not mandatory. The course is designed to accommodate beginners in the field while providing valuable insights and practical skills for more experienced learners.
Who this course is for
This course is intended for beginners and enthusiasts who want to learn about microcontrollers and embark on their journey into the world of embedded systems. It is suitable for students, hobbyists, electronics enthusiasts, and anyone curious about how microcontrollers work and how to program them. Whether you have a background in electronics or programming or are completely new to the subject, this course will provide a solid foundation and practical knowledge to start working with microcontrollers and undertake exciting projects.