10 Amazing Microcontroller projects for Engineering students
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10 Amazing Microcontroller projects for Engineering students

Complete microcontroller programming practices and projects for Engineering students, Technology hobbyists and INVENTORS
4.5 (11 ratings)
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Created by George Steve
Last updated 8/2017
English
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Includes:
  • 16.5 hours on-demand video
  • 11 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Your coupon code to buy this course at discount rate is: INVENTORS-ONLY
  • You will master Arduino programming at the end of this course
  • You will learn how to design and code LED Dot Matrix scrollable message display from scratch
  • You will master mikro C programming for PIC microcontroller
  • You will learn how to design and code Emergency override traffic light system with PIC16F877A
  • You will learn how to design and code Password based wireless home automation system with PIC16F877A
  • You will learn how to design and code Traffic light with GSM Density checker using PIC16F877A
  • You will learn how to design and code LDR based smart street light with PIC16F877A
  • You will learn how to design and code Water level indicator with seven segment display using PIC16F877A
  • You will learn how to design and code Password based security system with GSM Alert technology using PIC16F877A
  • You will learn how to design Printed Circuit board with Proteus ISIS from scratch
  • You will learn how to design and code Rash drive/high speed detector with GSM alert technology using PIC16F877A
  • You will learn how to design and code underground cable fault locator with PIC16F877A
  • You will learn how to design and code Water level indicator with Tank status checker using PIC16F877A
  • You will learn the basics of circuit design using Proteus ISIS
  • You will learn how to make wireless circuits designs at the end of this course
  • You will learn how to simulate Arduino projects on Proteus ISIS
  • You will be provided with sample projects from GSTEVEWALL ACADEMY workshop for references
  • You will be able to program 8051, PIC16F877A and Arduino projects with confidence
  • You will begin to handle, build and finish any microcontroller project related to 8051, PIC16F877A and Arduino
  • You will totally become an inventor with the spirit innovation at the end of this course
  • GET INSTANT FREE COUPON TO ANY HARDWARE COURSE ON GSTEVEWALL ACADEMY
  • You will learn how to build numerous Arduino projects from scratch
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Requirements
  • Students who will be taking this course are expected to know the basics of electronics.
Description

10 Amazing Microcontroller projects for Engineering students covers everything you should know and all the secrets behind making your own COMMERCIAL DOT MATRIX LED SCROLLABLE DISPLAY, Emergency override traffic light system with PIC16F877A, Traffic light with GSM Density checker using PIC16F877A, Water level indicator with seven segment display using PIC16F877A, Printed Circuit board with Proteus ISIS from scratch, underground cable fault locator with PIC16F877A, Password based wireless home automation system with PIC16F877A, LDR based smart street light with PIC16F877A, Password based security system with GSM Alert technology using PIC16F877A, Rash drive/high speed detector with GSM alert technology using PIC16F877A, Water level indicator with Tank status checker using PIC16F877A, numerous PIC, 8051 and Arduino projects. It was also taught by a well experienced tutor who has been in the field since 2012. He has been producing and selling his own DOT MATIX LED SCROLLABLE LED products, Building Engineering projects for final year students, worked with reputable company and founded GSTEVEWALL ACADEMY. The instructor has also been teaching computer programming since 2012 and have mastered the art of conveying information for better understanding which have made many of his students excel with less stress in computer programming and circuit designs. Students are advised to follow this course step by step so that they will understand it very well because every lecture is filled with vital information which should not be missed. Relax and enjoy the course and do not forget to practice and also commercialize your skill after this lecture. Thank you.

Who is the target audience?
  • Beginners in hardware development
  • Engineering students
  • Experts in hardware development
  • Technical students
  • Technology hobbyists
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Curriculum For This Course
177 Lectures
16:39:42
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Dot matrix scrollable LED display from scratch with 8051 Microcontroller
47 Lectures 04:02:02



Installation Of Proteus ISIS
08:33

How To Save Our Project
02:16


How To Set Up 48x8 Matrix LED Display screen
01:28

How To Connect Not Gates To Matrix Led Display
04:14

How To Connect 74154 Decoders To Not Gates
04:12

How To Cascade 74154 Decoders
02:19

How To Connect Microcontroller To The Decoders
01:55

How To Enable The Decoders With Not Gates
05:05

How To Interconnect The Matrix Led Displays
02:45

How To Connect Our Microcontroller To Matrix Led Display
01:55

Review Of Our Project Circuitry
04:47

How To Add A Buffer To The Circuitry
04:19

Installation Of MIDE-8051
03:02

How To Save Our New Project In MIDE-8051
03:23


How To Encode Characters (alphabets, Numbers and Symbols) Part 1
10:00

How To Encode Characters(alphabets, Numbers and Symbols) Part 2
07:42

How To Display Characters On The Screen
10:00

How To Store Characters Inside Microcontrollers And Display Them On The Screen
06:26

How To Create Your Own Favourite Animations On The Screen (part 1)
07:39

How To Create Your Own Favourite Animations On The Screen (part 2)
04:15

Start Subroutine
06:43

Displaying Characters On The Screen
10:00

Displaying Effects On The Screen
05:20

How Create A Delay Time For Characters
05:15

How To Clear And Repeat Program
06:04

How To Shift Our Characters On The Screen
06:39

How To Scroll Characters On The Screen
09:04

How To Make Characters On The Screen Visible To Our Viewers (part1)
10:00

How To Make Characters On The Screen Visible To Our Viewers (part 2)
01:59

How To Make Characters On The Screen Readable By Our Viewers
04:54

Storing All The Characters We Created Into The Microcontroller Memory
05:46

How To Create Welcome Animation On The Screen
07:47

How To Create Hello Animation On The Screen
04:03

How To Create Merry Animation On The Screen
02:48

How To Blink Animation On The Screen
02:00

How To Display 2017 Animation On The Screen
04:58

How To Create Thanks Animation On The Screen
02:25

Reviewing Our Code
05:32

At Last We Are Happy With The Complete Simulation Of Our Project
04:33

Important Notes Before Proteus 6 Installation
09:24

Installation Of Proteus 6
01:59

Running Your Project On Proteus 6
04:00
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Emergency override traffic light system with PIC16F877A
14 Lectures 55:33

Download and Installation of mikro C IDE
04:05

Creating and Saving your new project
02:19

Program Initialization
04:12

Enabling Portb Internal Interrupt
05:51

Enabling Terminals For Signal Listening
07:57

Activating Emergency At Terminal One
05:35

Activating Emergency At Terminal Two
01:51

Activating Emergency At Terminal Three
01:29

Activating Emergency At Terminal Four
01:49

Portb Interrupt Flag
02:09

Microcontroller Initialization
03:34


Project Compilation And Simulation
02:54
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Password based Wireless Home Automation with PIC16F877A
18 Lectures 01:44:19

Creating and Saving new project
03:22

Program Initialization
02:58

Keypad Press Verification
08:26

Keypad Press Verification Alternative
07:54

Microcontroller Initialization
05:40

Enabling Devices From The Transmitter
10:02

Enabling UART1 For Transmitter And Receiver
03:35

Tracking Keypad Press
05:12

Tracking Keypad Press On Row 1
09:21

Tracking Keypad Press On Row 2
05:00

Tracking Keypad Press On Row 3
03:53

Tracking Special Functions On The Keypad
07:47

Code Compilation For Transmitter
04:28

Creating New Project For The Receiver
02:25

Mikro C Code For The Receiver
04:51


Project Compilation And Simulation
07:20
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Traffic light with GSM Density checker using PIC16F877A
13 Lectures 01:35:48

Creating And Saving Your Project
03:16

Program Initialization
05:20

Tracking Special Symbols From Incoming Data
13:36

Enabling Portb Internal Interrupt
07:51

Removing Empty Spaces Between Received Data
07:10

AT Commands For SMS
05:13

Displaying Traffic Density At Lane A
06:35

Traffic Density At Lane B, Lane C And Lane D
07:50

General System Initialization
06:27

Final Code For Project
08:55


Project Simulation
05:53
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LDR based smart street light with PIC16F877A
5 Lectures 21:23

Creating and Saving new project
01:58

Program Initialization
02:51

Mikro C Code For The Project
03:04

Project Simulation
04:04
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Water level indicator with seven segement using PIC16F877A
6 Lectures 29:40

Creating and Saving new project
02:41

Program Initialization
06:36

Microcontroller Initialization
03:32

Mikro C Code
04:01

Project Simulation
05:49
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Password Based Security System with GSM Alert (PIC16F877A)
14 Lectures 01:21:09

Creating and Saving new project
03:21

Program Initialization
03:58

Passing Password Verification
07:03

Checking Password Validation
05:27

Check For Invalid Password
05:15

AT Commands For SMS Alert
07:23

Microcontroller Initialization
05:11

Tracking Keypress On The Keypad
06:03

Tracking Keypad First Column
07:54

Tracking Keypad Second Column
04:59

Tracking Keypad Third Column
06:13


Project Simulation
07:02
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Rash Drive/High Speed Detector with GSM alert (PIC16F877A)
12 Lectures 01:08:59

Creating and Saving new project
03:05

Program Initialization
03:35

Interrupt Functions
05:41

SMS Function (AT Commands)
07:15

Alert Function
03:44

LCD Function
02:28

Microcontroller Initialization
08:35

Activating Sensor A For Remote Monitoring
04:05

Check Speed Limit
07:15

Project Compilation
05:20

Project Simulation And Conclusion
09:58
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Underground cable fault locator with PIC16F877A
13 Lectures 01:15:08

Creating and Saving new project
02:00

Program Initialization
02:33

Fault Display Function
03:18

No Fault Display Function
03:28

Microcontroller Initialization
06:31

Control Switch
07:33

Tracking Fault At Wire 1
08:42

Tracking Fault At Wire 2
07:21

Tracking Fault At Wire 3
05:45

ASCII Chart Reference
03:40

Code Review
03:01

Final Project Simulation
07:05
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Water level indicator with Tank status checker (PIC16F877A)
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Creating and Saving New Project
02:43

LCD Initialization
01:43

Microcontroller Initialization
03:05

Mikro C Code
06:52

Code Review
01:45

Final Project Simulation
03:35
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About the Instructor
George Steve
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George Steve is an excellent computer programmer and a technology hobbyist who have developed about 20+ projects for people and has also helped lots of beginners to perfect their skills in computer programming. He is an experienced developer and freelancer. Many projects he has executed including his job diversity in computer programming have greatly improved his experience in the world of software development. He was a service engineer to Casonic international, Tukas Electronics and Bembella Arts and Prints while he was an undergraduate in the university. He is a responsive and excellent instructor who have tutored many students both online and offline and have mastered the simple ways of guiding beginners in computer programming. Above all, he responds to students' questions within 72hrs.