Microcontroller Communication Protocols Bundle
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Microcontroller Communication Protocols Bundle

A step by step guide to Master Communication Protocols
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Last updated 2/2020
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This course includes
  • 8 hours on-demand video
  • 14 articles
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • What is I²C, SPI, RS232, and USB and how they work
  • Advantages of each communication Protocol (I²C, SPI, RS232, and USB)
  • Disadvantages of each communication Protocol (I²C, SPI, RS232, and USB)
  • I²C, SPI, RS232, and USB Operation
  • Main I²C, SPI, RS232, and USB Bus Library Functions
  • Interface different devices with Arduino using I²C, SPI, RS232, and USB
  • How to implement I²C, SPI, RS232, and USB in your project
  • What is the difference between I²C, SPI, RS232, and USB
  • Why using I²C, SPI, RS232, and USB will make your life easier
  • How to code I²C, SPI, RS232, and USB the right way and how to talk to multiple devices easily
  • A practical example of I²C, SPI, RS232, and USB
  • Interface different devices with PIC Microcontroller using I²C, SPI, RS232, and USB
  • Interface different devices with Arduino using I²C, SPI, RS232, and USB
  • What is SPI
  • Advantages of SPI
  • Disadvantages of SPI
  • SPI Operation
  • Main SPI Bus Library Functions
  • Interface different devices with Arduino using SPI
  • How to implement SPI in your project
  • What is the difference between SPI and I2C, and other communication methods
  • How to code SPI the right way and how to talk to multiple devices easily
  • A practical example of SPI
Requirements
  • A computer to run the software
  • A basic knowledge in C Programming language
  • No Material is required for this Course
  • Proteus Professional Software: Explained inside the Course
  • MikroC Software: Explained inside the Course
  • Arduino Software
Description

More than 8 hours of Full HD Content | All In One Bundle to Master Communication Protocols in the Microcontroller World

What You Will Learn In This Bundle:

  • Creating a GUI to control Arduino and PIC Microcontroller

  • USB Interfacing for Different Microcontrollers

  • Arduino Communication with I2C Bus

  • Arduino Communication with SPI Bus

  • PIC Microcontroller Communication with I2C Bus

  • PIC Microcontroller Communication with SPI Bus

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Detailed Description of each topic

Arduino Communication with I2C Bus: A step by step guide to Master I2C Protocol and Start using it in your Arduino

I²C (pronounced I-squared-C)

Arduino  Communication with I2C Bus: A step by step guide to Master I2C Protocol and Start using it in your projects

I²C Allows communication of data between I2C devices over two wires. which makes it easier for anyone to exchange information without too much wiring.


What You Will Learn in This Course:

  • What is I²C and how it works

  • How to implement I²C in your project

  • What is the difference between I²C and other communication methods

  • Why using I²C will make your life easier

  • The advantages and disadvantages of using I²C

  • How to code I²C the right way and how to talk to multiple devices easily

  • A practical example of I²C enabled DS1307 Data and Time IC and how to read data from it using I²C


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PIC Microcontroller Communication with I2C Bus: A step by step guide to Master I2C Protocol and Start using it

I²C (pronounced I-squared-C)

PIC Microcontroller Communication with I2C Bus: A step by step guide to Master I2C Protocol and Start using it in your projects

I²C Allows communication of data between I2C devices over two wires. which makes it easier for anyone to exchange information without too much wiring.


What You Will Learn in This Course:

  • What is I²C and how it works

  • How to implement I²C in your project

  • What is the difference between I²C and other communication methods

  • Why using I²C will make your life easier

  • The advantages and disadvantages of using I²C

  • How to code I²C the right way and how to talk to multiple devices easily

  • A practical example of I²C enabled DS1307 Data and Time IC and how to read data from it using I²C


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PIC Microcontroller Communication with SPI Bus

PIC Microcontroller Communication with SPI Bus: A step by step guide to Master SPI Protocol and Start using it in your projects

SPI Allows communication of data between SPI devices over four wires. which makes it easier for anyone to exchange information without too much wiring.


What You Will Learn in This Course:

  • What is SPI and how it works

  • How to implement SPI in your project

  • What is the difference between SPI and other communication methods

  • Why using SPI will make your life easier

  • The advantages and disadvantages of using SPI

  • How to code SPI the right way and how to talk to multiple devices easily

  • A practical example of SPI

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Arduino Communication with SPI Bus

Arduino Communication with SPI Bus: A step by step guide to Master SPI Protocol and Start using it in your projects

SPI Allows communication of data between SPI devices over four wires. which makes it easier for anyone to exchange information without too much wiring.


What You Will Learn in This Course:

  • What is SPI and how it works

  • How to implement SPI in your project

  • What is the difference between SPI and other communication methods

  • Why using SPI will make your life easier

  • The advantages and disadvantages of using SPI

  • How to code SPI the right way and how to talk to multiple devices easily

  • A practical example of SPI



Who this course is for:
  • Anyone interested in talking to multiple devices easily via I²C, SPI, RS232, and USB the right way
  • Anyone Interested in Interfacing Arduino and PIC Microcontroller with other ICs or devices via I²C, SPI, RS232, and USB
  • Anyone Interested in Controlling different devices using I²C, SPI, RS232, and USB Protocols
  • Arduino and PIC Microcontroller Lovers
Course content
Expand all 78 lectures 08:18:39
+ I2C Protocol
6 lectures 37:55
Advantages to I2C
06:30
Disadvantages to I2C
03:42
I2C Bus Operation
08:17
Operation Explained in More Details
05:18
+ Arduino Communication with I2C Protocol
10 lectures 53:44
I2C Pins in Arduino
02:54
Arduino Wire Library I2C Functions
10:22
Arduino to Arduino I2C Example Circuit Design
03:35
Arduino to Arduino I2C Example Coding
19:28
Arduino to DS1307 Time and Date Module Circuit Design
07:20
Code
00:37
AD5171 Digital Potentiometer Example
01:45
Master Reader/Slave Sender
02:25
Master Writer/Slave Receiver
02:47
SRFxx Sonic Range Finder Reader
02:30
+ PIC Microcontroller Communication with I2C
9 lectures 47:06
I2C Library Routines
11:40
Circuit Design for I2C Testing
06:53
Circuit Design
00:00
Coding Simple Example
09:14
Code
00:02
Reading Data from DS1307 Time and Date IC
16:52
Code
00:58
Internal DS1307 Memory Allocation
00:00
I2C Library
01:26
+ SPI Protocol
2 lectures 10:40
What is SPI
01:23
SPI Working Principle
09:17
+ PIC Microcontroller Communication with SPI Protocol
3 lectures 32:35
SPI Library in MikroC Pro IDE
15:23
Circuit Design
08:00
Coding
09:12
+ Arduino SPI Communication
5 lectures 58:27
Arduino SPI Pins
03:58
Arduino SPI Library
06:11
Circuit Design Arduino to Arduino SPI Communication
12:56
Coding Master
16:29
Coding Slave
18:53
+ USB Interfacing with PIC Microcontroller
23 lectures 02:07:47
Introduction to the USB World
04:04
Advantages of USB Communication
04:00
USB Pin-out Port Wiring
04:14
USB Transfer speeds
02:53
USB Device Classes
04:23
Introduction to Descriptors
02:14
Creating a descriptor file in MikroC
06:02
Creating a descriptor file in MikroC - Practical
06:22
USB Libraries HID Enable
04:52
USB RAM
07:10
USB Functions
05:59
USB Functions Explained with Examples
02:04
Circuit Design for First Example
10:41
The Code
00:06
Installing the Virtual USB Port Feature to enable Simulation
01:01
First Example Send and Receive Data
21:08
Second Example Send Characters and Check the incoming Data
07:14
Third Example Turn Leds On and Off via USB
07:09
Forth Example Reading Input - Button Press
06:19
Burning the Code to PIC using A Programmer
03:43
MikroC and Ql2006 Right Configuration for the Code file
05:51
DEVICE DRIVERS FOR USB interfacing with pic microcontroller
02:07
Practical Circuit Assembly
08:11
+ Control PIC Microcontroller using a GUI via USB or RS232
11 lectures 01:09:29
What is a GUI
02:55
Microsoft Visual Studio
02:18
Proteus Virtual USB Installation
01:01
Different Communication Methods that Can be used
03:44
What is Serial Communication and RS232
05:03
How To Create Your First GUI Project Quick Intro
10:04
How to Create RS232 Serial Interfacing Circuit Board
13:00
Circuit Design for Two Leds Controlled by PIC Microcontroller
06:10
Code Your Microcontroller to Send and Recieve Serial Data
10:28
Create Your First GUI to Control Two Leds
06:51
Control PIC Microcontroller using GUI
07:55