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Microcontrollers and Embedded Systems Semester 6 (TE Third Year) BE Biomedical Engineering University of Mumbai Topics and Syllabus

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University of Mumbai Semester 6 (TE Third Year) Microcontrollers and Embedded Systems Revised Syllabus

University of Mumbai Semester 6 (TE Third Year) Microcontrollers and Embedded Systems and their Unit wise marks distribution

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Syllabus

100 Embedded Systems
  • Definition of embedded systems
  • Overview of embedded systems and its classification
  • Design challenges
  • Processor technology
  • IC technology
  • Design technology and tradeoffs
  • Examples of embedded systems.
200 Mcs-51 Microcontroller
  • 8051 architecture - its variants and comparision
  • Comparision of microprocessor and microcontrollers
  • CPU timing and machine cycle
  • Memory organisation
  • SFR’s, integrated prepherials such as timers/counters
  • Serial ports
  • Parallel I/O ports
  • Interrupt structure
  • memory interfacing power saving and power down modes.
300 8051 Programming
  • Assembly language programming process
  • Programming tools
  • Instruction set in detail and addressing modes
  • Programming practice using assembly and C compilers.
400 Microcontroller Design and Interfacing Case Studies
  • Interfacing with external memories
  • Interfacing with 8255
  • Interfacing with 7 segment display
  • Interfacing with keyboard
  • Interfacing with LCD
  • Interfacing with ADC,DAC and Sensors
  • Interfacing with stepper motor
  • Interfacing with PC using RS232.
500 Serial Communication Protocols
  • Operation of serial port
  • Programming for asynchronous serial communication
  • Serial Communication using the ‘I2C’,
  • SPI
  • Introduction to USB & CAN bus.
600 Real Time Operating System
  • Introduction to RTOS concept.
  • RTOS scheduling models interrupt latency and response times of the tasks as performance metric.
  • Example of any small RTOS system.
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