8051/52 Embedded Systems - Robothlon'19

Robothlon'19 is a National level workshop series organized by Robosapiens India in association with Rendezvous 2019 IIT Delhi. We are Robosapiens India Publications an IIT-Bombay alumni venture.

Project Description
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This workshop mainly focuses on the students eager to learn about Embedded System using 8051. They will get a chance to expand their knowledge in the field of designing, construction, operation, and application of Embedded System with real time practical experience using Robosapiens 8051 Development Board.

The duration of this workshop will be 1 day , with 2 Sessions , properly divided into theory and hand on practical sessions.

Certificate by Robothlon'19 in Association With Rendezvous 2019 IIT Delhi.

Session 1

Introduction to Embedded Systems
Basics of Embedded Systems
  • History of Embedded
  • Why Embedded System
  • How Embedded System works
  • Application of Embedded System
  • Current Industrial Embedded System
  • Future of Embedded System
Anatomy of Embedded Systems
  • What are Basic Modules
  • Why Need of Basic Modules
  • Working Approach on Embedded System
Introduction of Electronic Components
  • What is Electronic Component
  • History of Electronic Component
  • Various Electronic Component
  • Application of Electronic Component
  • How to use Electronic Component
Introduction to Sensors
  • What is Sensor
  • Various Basic Industrial Sensors-IR- Analog Sensor
  • IR Digital Sensor
  • Color IR_TSOP Sensor
  • Light Sensor
  • Sound Sensor
  • Selection of Sensor
  • Basic working Technique of Sensor
  • Application of Sensor
  • How to Interface Sensor
  • How to Design Analog/Digital Sensors
Introduction to Computational Devices
  • What is Computational Device
  • Transistor
  • Logic Gates
  • Microprocessor
  • Microcontroller
  • Difference B/W Various Computational Devices
  • Application of various Computational Devices
  • Selection of Computational Devices
  • How to use Various Computation Devices
  • Work on 8051 Family with S Series
Introduction to Programming Languages
  • Various programming Languages
  • Selection of programming Language
  • Need of Flow Diagram
  • How to write First "LED BLINKING" Code in Embedded C
  • Why always First "LED BLINKING" Code
  • Practice on various LED Pattern
  • Debugging of Error Program
Interfacing to Actuator
  • What is Actuator?

Session 2

How to work on Educational & Engineering Level Actuator
  • DC Motor
  • DC Geared Motor
  • Stepper Motor
  • Servo Motor
How to Drive Motor
  • H-Bridge Motor Drive
  • Advanced Motor Driver
Introduction to Timer/Counter
  • What is Timer/Counter
  • Application of Timers/Counter
  • Registers of Timers/Counter's Different Modes
  • Programming on AT89S52 Timers/Counter
Introduction to Interrupts
  • What is interrupts
  • Application of Interrupts
  • Registers of Interrupts Different Modes
  • Programming on AT89S52 Interrupts
Introduction to LCD Display
  • Pin Description of 16x2 LCD Display
  • Application of 16x2 LCD Display
  • Programming of 16x2 LCD Display
Introduction to 7-Segment Display
  • What is 7-Segment Display
  • Types of 7- Segment Display
  • Application of 7-Segment Display
  • Programming of 7-Segment Display
Introduction to 4-bit Keypad and Matrix Keypad
  • Use of Keypad
  • How it works
  • Interfacing of keypad of your application
  • Programming of 4-bit Keypad and Matrix Keypad

Project to be Covered

  • LED Blinking
  • Running LEDs
  • Sand Glass Filling of LEDs
  • Decoration LEDs/ LED Patterns Etc.
  • Sensor Interfacing (DEMO)
  • Displaying your Name on LCD
  • Blinking Text on LCD
  • Scrolling Text on LCD
  • Automatic Counting of Numbers using LCD
  • Seven Segment Display
  • Seven Segment Multiplexing
  • Matrix Keypad Interfacing
  • Counting of Numbers using Matrix Keypad
  • Blinking of LEDs using Timer0
  • Blinking LEDs using Interrupts

1x (Robosapiens 8051 Development Board)

  • AT89SXX 8 Bit Microcontroller
  • Programming via 6-Pin ISP (In System Programming) cable.
  • Four ports available for user interface: P0 - 8 Pin, P1 - 8 Pin, P2 - 8 Pin, P3 - 8 Pin
  • External Reset Switch
  • On board crystal oscillator of 11.0592 MHz frequency.
  • Two supply inputs: One through Adaptor and Second through USBISP.
  • On board 5 volt regulated power supply for the board and external peripherals.
  • 16 x 2 LCD interface
  • 8 Bit LED Display
  • 4x4 Matrix Keypad
  • 4 Bit Keypad
  • 4 Digit Seven Segment Display

1x (AT89S52)

1x (8051 Programmer)

2x16 LCD Display

1x CD

  • Codes
  • Datasheets
  • Drivers
  • PPTs
  • Software
  • Tutorials
  • User Manual

Other required Tools and accessories etc