Embedded System Design


Studying a range of topics of immediate relevance to industry makes a student suitable for working in industries engaged in Embedded System and Electronic Product development. The purpose of this lab is to provide an excellent foundation for those wishing to engage in application research in this rapidly developing area.

Main Equipment’s Available  
1. High-end multipurpose embedded Development board
This board is very useful for students to learn ARM7, AVR, 8051 and its interfacing with Micro SD Card interface, Graphical LCD, 8 LEDs, On board, LDR On board.
2. ARM processor
An ARM processor is one of a family of CPUs based on the RISC (reduced instruction set computer) architecture developed by Advanced RISC Machines (ARM).  ARM makes 32-bit and 64-bit RISC multi-core processors.


3. AVR
Learn how to interface any sensor or input output device with ATmega32 microcontroller. Here we teach the students all input output interfacing.

4. 8085 Microprocessor

The PS-8085 board which demonstrates the capabilities of the 40-pin 8085(various families). All programs are provided to demonstrate the unique features of supported device.


5. 8051 Microcontroller

The Intel MCS-52 (commonly termed as 8085) is an internally Harvard architecture, complex instruction set, and single chip microcontroller series developed by Intel in 1980 for use in embedded systems.

Some of Practical Project Experiments

Practical Project Experiments:

1.  Familiarization with ARM board, RS-232C interface with PC

2. Traffic Light Controller

3. An Android Controlled Mini Rover for real time surveillance using Raspberry Pi 3

4. SPI interface, ADC interfacing

5. Dining Philosophers Problem implementation in ARM processor

6. RMS Scheduler using Free RTOS

7. Program to demonstrate I2C Interface on IDE environment

8. Study and observation of Position control of Servo Motor