MicroProcessors and MicroControllers online videos

Overview

  • Units 8
  • Duration 10:35:08
  • Branch ECE/CSE
  • Language English
Course Description

To develop an in-depth understanding of the structure and operations of Microprocessors & Microcontrollers, machine language programming and interfacing techniques. Thorough understanding of hardware and software interaction and integration.

Recommended For

B.E/ B.Tech Electronics and Communication Engineering /GATE/Competitive Exams

University

Learning Outcomes
    • Learn the internal organization of popular 8086/8056 Microprocessors and Microcontrollers.
    • Learn hardware and software interaction & integration.
    • Learn the design of Microprocessors and Microcontrollers based systems.

Curriculum

    • UNIT 0 Introduction to Subject: Introduction_part_1, Introduction_part_2, Introduction_part_3
       00:24:12
    • UNIT 1 8086 Architecture: 8086 Architecture -Functional diagram-part-1, 8086 Architecture -Functional diagram-part-2, Register Organisation, Programming Model-part-1, Programming Model-part-2, Programming Model-part-3, Memory Segmentation, Memory addresses, Physical Memory Organization, Architecture of 8086, Signal descriptions of 8086- common Function Signals-part-1, Signal descriptions of 8086- common Function Signals-part-2, Signal descriptions of 8086- common Function Signals-part-3, Signal descriptions of 8086- common Function Signals-part-4, Timings diagrams, Interrupts of 8086
       02:03:55
    • UNIT 2 Instruction Set and Assembly Language Programming of 8086: Instruction formats Part 1, Instruction formats Part 2, Addressing modes Part 1, Addressing modes Part 2, Instruction set part 1, Instruction set part 2, Instruction set part 3, Assembler Directives Part 1, Assembler Directives Part 2, Macros, Simple programs involving Logical,Branch and call Instructions, Sortings, Evaluating Arihmetic Expressions, String Manipulations
       01:43:36
    • UNIT 3 I/O Interface: 8255 PPI Part 1, 8255 PPI Part 2, Various modes of Operation Part 1, Various modes of Operation Part 2, (8255) Interfacing to 8086 Part 1, (8255) Interfacing to 8086 Part 2, Interfacing Keyboard and display Part1, Interfacing Keyboard and display Part2, Interfacing Keyboard and display Part 3, D/A and A/D Converter Part 1, D/A and A/D Converter Part 2
       01:18:52
    • UNIT 3.1 Interfacing With advanced devices: Memory Interfacing to 8086 Part 1, Memory Interfacing to 8086 Part 2, Memory Interfacing to 8086 Part 3, Interrupt Structure of 8086 - Part 1, Interrupt Structure of 8086 - Part 2, Interrupt Structure of 8086 - Part 3, Vector Interrupt Table, Interrupt service Routine Part 1, Interrupt service Routine Part 2
       01:02:15
    • UNIT 3.2 Communication Interface: Serial Communication standards Part 1, Serial Communication standards Part 2, Serial Communication standards Part 3, Serial Data Transfer Schemes Part 1, Serial Data Transfer Schemes Part 2, 8251 USART Architecture and Interfacing Part 1, 8251 USART Architecture and Interfacing Part 2, 8251 USART Architecture and Interfacing Part 3, 8251 USART Architecture and Interfacing Part 4
       00:57:54
    • UNIT 4 Introduction to Microcontrollers: Introduction to Microcontrollers, Overview of 8051 Microcontroller, Architecture Part 1, Architecture Part 2, Architecture Part 3, I/O Ports, Memory Organization, Addressing Modes of 8051 Part 1, Addressing Modes of 8051 Part 2, Instruction set of 8051 - Part 01, Instruction set of 8051 - Part 02, Instruction set of 8051 - Part 03, Simple Programs
       01:38:02
    • UNIT 5 8051 Real Time Control: Unit Introduction, Programming Timer Interrupts, Programming External Hardware Interrupts Part 1, Programming External Hardware Interrupts Part 2, Programming the Serial Communication Interrupts Part1, Programming the Serial Communication Interrupts Part2, Programming 8051 Timers and Counters Part1, Programming 8051 Timers and Counters Part2, Programming 8051 Timers and Counters Part3, Programming 8051 Timers and Counters Part4,
       01:26:22

Instructor

Mr.V.Rama Krishna Sharma M.Tech,(PhD)

Rama Krishna is currently working as an associate professor in the Department of Electronics & Communications Engineering at Sreenidhi Institute of Science & Technology, Ghatkesar, Hyderabad. He has more than a decade of teaching experience. He holds a master's degree in the specialization of Wireless Communications and also in the pursuit of a Doctorate in the area of Communications Engineering. He delivered several guest lectures in reputed engineering colleges. He is a member of the International Association of Engineers (Hong Kong) and also a life member of the Indian Society of Technical Education.