Udemy - Assembly Language Programming with MCS51 Family from Scratch
Udemy – Assembly Language Programming with MCS51 Family from Scratch
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Udemy – Assembly Language Programming with MCS51 Family from Scratch


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Udemy - Assembly Language Programming with MCS51 Family from Scratch
Genre: eLearning | MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 48.0 KHz
Language: English | Size: 5.86 GB | Duration: 9h 10m
Understanding Microcontrollers and Microprocessors

What you’ll learn
Learning Microcontrollers and Microprocessors
Learning Assembly Language Programming
Handling Digital and Analog Signals
Electronic System Design
What makes this course unique for our students?
Proteus based hardware simulation
collection of 30 Years of teaching training and field experience
Extensive coverage of topics
Practical software Implementation
Embedded code development
Code Testing on Proteus simulator
Concept building for final year electronics projects for University
Serial Programming Protocol and Concepts
Hardware Debugging in Proteus
Serial Communication Protocol
Virtual Serial Port Emulator
Hyper Terminal Communication
Programming Polling and Interrupts
Handling Sub Routines in Assembly Language Programming
Constants and Variable Assignments
Electro Educators brings you an AT89C51 based embedded system design course taught by Professor Electronics from Electro Educators. The course comprises 23 video lectures from basic assembly language programming concepts to advanced level control. Students of all levels are invited to join the course and increase their knowledge of embedded systems design concepts step by step easily and efficiently.
Through the course, students will be able to learn how to interface external source code in Microprocessor-based systems, how to expand I/Os of your system using a programming peripheral interface (PPI -8255), and how to use ROMs, RAMs, and EEPROMS with a microprocessor-based system. They will develop an understanding of memory mapping of a Microprocessor-based system and Basic Termonologies of Digital Electronics. Students will also learn the customized development of a serial protocol to establish secure serial communication between two terminals over a serial link. Understanding of RS232 Interface versus TTL communication.