PIC Microcontroller: Architecture and Embedded C Programming
What you'll learn
- Students will learn Architecture and Programming of PIC Microcontroller
- Digital Electronics
PIC Microcontroller Programming course curriculum is designed to develop the participants with all required skills required to work with Peripheral Interface Controllers (PIC microcontrollers) at both the hardware and software fronts. PIC Microcontroller is a microcontroller manufactured by Microchip Technology. It is a compact microcomputer designed to monitor the operations of embedded systems in most vehicles, machines, and devices. It is used in systems, where it is required to control certain processes, obtain information from external sources, and to interpret collected information.
The objective of this course is to give in-depth knowledge of 8-bit PIC Microcontroller with their programming so that student can design real-time projects on Embedded Systems
Students of Electronics & Telecommunication, Instrumentation, and Electrical engineering or anyone who wishes to work in the PIC microcomputer area, can opt for this PIC microcontroller course.
This course enables the aspirants to work on the architecture, pin diagram, and interfacing of various real-time devices such as LED, LCD, Relay, Buzzer, Switches, motor, etc. It also enables them to work using hardware and software tools required for the development of an embedded system using PIC Microcontroller. Exposure to Embedded C programs is also part of this course.
By undergoing this course candidates meet the embedded system industry requirements, as they learn to program the electronic circuits to work for different tasks.
Who this course is for:
- Beginers of Microcontroller programming
Manisha Satone is one of the eminent professors. She received her Ph.D. degree in Electronics Engineering from SPPU Pune University. She has a teaching experience of subject Microcontrollers for almost 25 years. She thought Microcontrollers subjects like 8051, PIC, ARM 7, CORTEX, MSP430 to undergraduate students. Her research interests are in embedded systems, image and video processing, pattern recognition, machine learning. She has published 45 research papers in various international and national journals and conference proceedings in these areas.