Firmware Development Training

Firmware Development Training is dealt with a software programme etched into a device to give permanent instructions to perform functions like communication tasks. Firmware provides control, monitoring and data manipulation of engineered products and systems.

Embedded Firmware Development Training Curriculum

Microcontrollers

Overview of 8051 architecture, Stack, Queues, Pipeline, Boot loader
Application code area
Secondary Boot loader.

Machine Level programming

Binary format
Hardware storage methods.
Assembly Level Programming

Op codes
Mnemonic’s
Assembles Vs Compiler’s
Instruction sets.
ANSI Standard Embedded C & Advanced C Programming

Why C? Why Not assembly / machine languages
Fundamentals of C
ANSI standards
Industry Coding standards
Hex file generation process
Conditional statements, Loops, Functions, Arrays, Strings, Storage classes, Structures & union
Enumerated data types
Bit operations, Pointers
Dynamic memory allocations
File handling concepts
Data structures, Array of pointers, Pointers and dynamic memory structures
Union and structure uses differences
Sorting and searching techniques
Managing data in arrays
Operations on arrays Vs strings
Managing data in linked lists
Testing of modules, Test drivers, test stubs
Single linked lists operations,
Double linked lists maintaining data, Stack, queue operations using arrays
Linked lists queue using arrays
Circular linked list
Linear search, Binary search, Hash based search
Development tools and environment
Creating make files
GDB debugging of programs
Development Tools and Environments
Debugging techniques.
Mini Project

Project on C and data structures.
Object Oriented Programming With C++

Overview and Characteristics
Function overloading
Scope resolution operator
Class in C++, Access Specifies, Constructor, Destructor, Static members, Functions, Friend Classes, Friend Functions, Operator Overloading, Data Conversions, Inheritance, Polymorphism
Exception Handling
Templates
Input and Output stream.
Micro Controller Programming

Cross compilers
Embedded C programming
Embedded C debugging
Memory models
Library reference
#pragma directives.
On Chip Peripherals

Ports: INPUT/OUTPUT
Timers/counters
Interrupts, UART, Debugger.
Externals Interface

LED, LCD, Switches
Seven segment display
Keyboard Matrix, TFT LCD, Touch Screen.
Common Protocols

12C, SPI
Industrial Protocols

CAN
Modbus and SMBUS
I2S
ZigbeeWi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, GPRS, USB, Memory card, Ethernet.
ARM

Introduction
Core features
Version history
Data flow model, Registers, CPU modes
Memory organization, Interrupts, Pipelining
ARM assembly language programming
Addressing modes, ARM 7 instruction set, (20% 7 instruction set), (20/80%-rule of assembly language),
Usage of kEIL IDE
Demonstrating ARM ISA
Demonstrating THUMB ISA,
ARM embedded C languages Implementation,
Exposure to an ARM 7 CPU
Core based microcontroller
LPC2114-ARM based Microcontroller from Philips
Semiconductors
On-chip system peripherals bus Structure (AMBA)
Memory map
Phase locked loop
VPB divider
On-chip user peripherals
General purpose I/O : demo, Using switch & LED, Vector interrupt controller (VIC), External interrupts demos.
Networking And TCP/IP Applications

Network structure
Classifications and Topologies
Switching and routing
Gateway, Repeater, Hub, Bridge, OSI layers, TCP/IP layers
Physical and logical address, ARP & RARP, Internet protocol, Routing protocol and IP datagrams
Error and Control Messages (ICMP) UDP
Transfer Control Protocol
TCP networking Applications, FTP, TFTP, TELNET, DNS, DHCP, SNTP, POP3, IMAP, SNMP.
Socket Programming

Overview
Concurrent processing
Programming interface
Socket interface
Client/server design
Concurrent connection-oriented servers
Socket calls for TCP and UDP
Single process
Concurrent servers
Implementation of TFTP/SMTP.
RTOS RT-LINUX

RT-Linux
Different types operating systems
RTOS basics-Linux as real time
RTOS introduction (hard Real time, soft real time)
Latency in Linux
Priority inheritance
Linux 2.6 features for real-time
2.6 kernel compilation
RT LINUX patching
Linux RTPREEMPT patches
Configuring the kernel with RT-PATCH
Implementation of real time application
Linux real-time API
Measuring and comparing scheduling latency in standard Linux and in RT-linux with the latest RT patches
Porting RT-linux on arm and application development.

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