Microcontroller and microprocessor based integrated circuits that are based on 32-bit processor cores with peripherals and tool support are known as ARM based processors with developers. Commonly known ARM stands for Advanced RISC Machine.

This 32-bit processor is similar to AVR 8-bit product with a difference of architecture used in both. Microcontrollers consists of conventional internal registers, internal program memory and RAM.  

Students should start with 8051, then PIC, then AVR, then they can move to ARM. Now a days ARM is widely used in Embedded Systems Field. So knowing ARM will be helpful during job searching also.

Career options open when learning on microcontrollers increases. Some of the available options are: Embedded System Architect, System Software Engineer, Embedded Engineer, Firmware Engineer, File System Engineer, Embedded software engineer.

Due to the low power consumption and high performance industry needs microcontrollers for the purpose of sensing, monitoring and controlling irrespective of the specific need and industrial automation. All industries have the requirement of power optimization and here comes the need of setting up and programming microcontroller.  


Embedded System With ARM

Introduction to Processors

  • Introduction to Embedded Systems
  • Introduction to Microcontrollers
  • Introduction to Microprocessor
  • Introduction of ARM Processors
  • Introduction to ARM Development Board
  • Why ARM?
  • Different series of ARM micro controller

Basic of Computer Architecture

  • Introduction to Embedded Systems
  • Introduction to Microcontrollers

ARM7 Architecture

  • ARM7 Architecture
  • Instruction Set Architecture
  • LPC21xx PIN Description
  • Architectural features of ARM Microcontroller
  • Memories
  • Understating GPIO

ARM Processor Programming Environment

  • Developing ARM Processor Environment
  • Using ARM Programming Tools
  • Getting started with Embedded C
  • Debugging Programs

Embedded C Programming

  • C programming basics
  • Difference between C and Embedded C
  • Debugging & Compiler handling
  • Creating and modifying projects in Compiler Conventional programs
  • Basic Embedded programs structure
  • Getting your programs into a compiler, writing your programs

Getting Started: I/O Peripherals on board

  • LED Display
  • Button Controlled Display(LED)
  • Switch Controlled Buzzer
  • LCD Display
  • Interfacing Graphics LCD


  • What are motors?
  • DC Motors
  • Servo Motors
  • Stepper Motors


  • Timer 0 and Timer1 Features
  • Pin Description
  • Register Description
  • Basics of Timer Handling

Serial Communication

  • Using UART
  • What is X-Bee?
  • Lets setup program for X-Bee
  • Lets learn Bluetooth communication

Go Ahead with ARM: Advance Features

  • I2C Communication
  • Features
  • Pin description
  • Architecture & Register Description
  • SPI Communication
  • Features
  • Pin Description
  • Architecture and Register Description
  • Introduction to CAN
  • Reading ADC
  • SD Card

Practical: Adding Advance Peripherals

  • PWM
  • PWM Introduction
  • Register Description
  • Interfacing DC motors
  • Interfacing Servo motor, Stepper Motor
  • UART Programming - Using Bluetooth, Using X-Bee
  • Learn about ADC Programming concepts

Project Building and implementation

  • Designing
  • Coding
  • Development
  • Testing
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