Best Microcontroller Courses

Find the best online Microcontroller Courses for you. The courses are sorted based on popularity and user ratings. We do not allow paid placements in any of our rankings. We also have a separate page listing only the Free Microcontroller Courses.

Microcontrollers and the C Programming Language (MSP430)

Create C programs for a microcontroller using inputs/outputs, timers, analog-to-digital converters, comm ports, and LCD.

Created by Mark M. Budnik - Brandt Professor of Engineering, Valparaiso University

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Students: 66114, Price: Free

Students: 66114, Price:  Free

The course is laboratory based. Almost every lecture and section of the course leads directly to a hands-on laboratory assignment. The more practice you get using the “real world" Texas Instruments MSP430 hardware and software the more proficient you will be.

The course does not waste your time. From the very beginning, we jump right in to your first laboratory assignment – Let's Get Started.

The course is modular in nature. Are you new to the world of microcontrollers? Great! Start at the beginning, and we'll teach you everything you need to know. Do you have some background in microcontrollers but want to learn more? Fantastic! You can pick and choose the modules that you need.

The course is packed with information. From the beginnings of the C programming language to advanced microcontroller peripherals, the course teaches you all of the building blocks you would need to build your own electronic systems.

We use lots and lots of examples. We take you step-by-step through the lessons – each time providing sample code and documentation to make sure you are supported through the course.

We are here to help. We are educators with a singular focus of providing a meaningful experience for our students. And, while we cannot do the work for you, we are willing to work WITH you help you succeed.

Mastering Microcontroller and Embedded Driver Development

(MCU1) Learn bare metal driver development using Embedded C: Writing drivers for STM32 GPIO,I2C,SPI,USART from scratch

Created by FastBit Embedded Brain Academy - Works on Firmware and Embedded Engineering

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Students: 32387, Price: $34.99

Students: 32387, Price:  Paid

>> Your Search for in-depth microcontroller programming course ends here !!<<<

Course code: MCU1

Learn bare-metal driver development using Embedded C : Writing drivers for STM32 GPIO,I2C, SPI,USART from scratch

English Subtitles/CCs are enabled for this course.

Update 6 (Dec /2020) : videos are updated with latest STM32CUBEIDE

Update 5 (May/2019): All drivers are developed in live session with step-by-step coding and added stm32-Arduino communication exercises using SPI and I2C.

Update 4 (Nov/2018): Dedicated support team is assigned to address student's Q/A

Update 3 (Oct/2018) : English Closed captions are fixed

Update 2 (04/Dec/2017) : Added Bus matrix / memory map /vector table /interrupt design discussion with code examples.

Update 1 (26/sep/2017): Eclipse IDE setup for ARM Cortex M based MCUs added

The course is designed for beginners to advanced audiences.

Brief Description:

This course Demystifies the internal working of the Microcontroller and its Peripherals.

Coding for the Peripherals STEP-BY-STEP and Developing software drivers entirely from scratch by extracting maximum information from Datasheets, Reference manuals, specs, etc

Protocol Decoding Using logic analyzers, Debugging, Testing along with Hints and Tips.

Long Description:

Learning Embedded System Programming can be a challenge. Since it's a relatively complex field, there's no actual gold standard yet for how things are practiced, or taught, which can frustrate people who are just trying to learn new things and couldn't connect the dots.

This is the motivation behind creating this course to help engineers and students learn different aspects of embedded systems by providing high-quality advanced lectures at a relatively low price.

Master Behind the Scene working;

created this course because I believe your time is precious, and you shouldn't have to hunt around to get a practical foundation In Embedded System Programming. In this course, you will learn to write your peripheral driver for most commonly used peripherals such as GPIOs, I2C, SPI, USART, etc., and the exciting thing is that you will learn everything from scratch.

No 3rd party libraries!

No blind coding!

Write your driver APIs by dealing with the peripheral registers of the MCU!

Code and Implement APIs from scratch, diving into the datasheet and reference manual of the MCU. I will thoroughly explain how to extract the maximum information from datasheets, Technical Reference manuals to configure and handle peripherals. These techniques you can go and apply to any MCUs you have at your hand.

In this course, I will walk you through step-by-step procedures on configuring various Peripherals like GPIOs, SPI, USART, I2C by taking you into the reference manual and datasheet. We will develop a fully working driver code, interrupt handlers, sample application everything from scratch to understand the big picture.

In each lecture, I assure you that you will learn something new to use in your work or projects. You'll find yourself handling these peripherals with much more clarity. You will be able to speculate and debug the problem quickly. I'll show you tricks and tips to debug the most common issues using debugging tools such as logic analyzers.

This is not the Arduino style of programming:

I believe Arduino is for quick prototyping of projects/products but not for mastering the working of micro-controllers and their peripherals. Unlike Arduino programming, where you develop a quick solution and prototyping of products using third-party libraries, this course is entirely different. In this course, no 3rd party libraries are used. Everything we will code by referring to the technical reference manual of the MCU and will create our own library. The Power of this approach is that you can quickly speculate problems and debug like a pro when things go wrong in your project due to bugs. If one thing me and my students are good at is "debugging,." To achieve good debugging skills, it's essential to code by understanding how things work behind the scene but not by blindly using some third-party libraries, and that's the biggest TAKE away from this course.

The course is designed and explained so that it is generic across any microcontroller. The code we develop can be used as templates to quickly build a peripheral driver for your MCUs on-chip peripherals.

Software/Hardware used:

In this course, the code is developed so that it can be ported to any MCU you have at your hand. If you need any help porting these codes to different MCUs, you can always reach out to me! The course is strictly not bound to any 1 type of MCU. So, if you already have any Development board that runs with an ARM-Cortex M3/M4 processor, I recommend you continue using it. But if you don't have any development boards, then check out the below Development boards.

1. STM32F407xx based Discovery board ( This is the board used in this course)

MCU Vendor: STMicroelectronics

IDE: STM32CUBEIDE (Free)

My promise:

I am confident that this course will save you many hours of studying/experimenting/googling time to learn about MCU programming. I will personally answer your questions about this material, either privately or in a group discussion. If you are not satisfied, for any reason, you can get a full refund from Udemy within 30 days. No questions asked. But I am confident you won't need to. I stand behind this course 100% and am committed to helping you.

Learning order of FastBit Embedded Brain Academy Courses,

If you are a beginner in the field of embedded systems, then you can take our courses in the below-mentioned order.

This is just a recommendation from the instructor for beginners.

1) Microcontroller Embedded C Programming: absolute beginners(Embedded C)

2) Embedded Systems Programming on ARM Cortex-M3/M4 Processor(ARM Cortex M4 Processor specific)

3) Mastering Microcontroller with Embedded Driver Development(MCU1)

4) Mastering Microcontroller: TIMERS, PWM, CAN, RTC,LOW POWER(MCU2)

5) Mastering RTOS: Hands-on FreeRTOS and STM32Fx with Debugging(RTOS)

6) ARM Cortex M Microcontroller DMA Programming Demystified(DMA)

7) STM32Fx Microcontroller Custom Bootloader Development(Bootloader)

8) Embedded Linux Step by Step using Beaglebone Black(Linux)

9) Linux device driver programming using Beaglebone Black(LDD1)

ARM Cortex-M : Modular Embedded Systems Design (FREE!)

Build an autonomous robot from a System's Approach, Code purely in Assembly and Bare Metal Embedded-C

Created by Israel Gbati - Embedded Firmware Engineer

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Students: 22562, Price: Free

Students: 22562, Price:  Free

NOTE:  This course has over 8 hours of content, however it in incomplete, the course contains complete videos lessons for embedded-c bare metal developemt, embedded-c modular design, primer of arm assembly programming and building peripheral drivers in assembly language and bare-metal embedded-c. I have also attached the complete source code for the robot that was intended to be built in the last video sections.

We are going to embark on a very exciting journey together. In this course we are going to professionally design,code and build an obstacle avoidance autonomous robot purely in bare-metal embedded-c and assembly language. We are not going to use any third party libraries and API's in this course.

By the end of this course you will be able do the following, among many other things: 

Code, test and debug an embedded software system written in bare metal embedded-c and assembly.

You will be able to build, test and debug an obstacle avoidance robot from scratch.

You will be able to write drivers and API's using assembly language only

You will be able to write drivers and API's in embedded-c

You will be able to build a complete mechatronic system from scratch

You will be able to write drivers for various sensors and motors

You will be able to write multi-threaded firmwares

You will be able to understand and apply the principles of modular design

You will be able to create professional project documentation.

....Just take a look at the full course description and join us inside!

Embedded Systems Programming on ARM Cortex-M3/M4 Processor

With hands on coding using C Programming and assembly on ARM Cortex M Processor based Microcontroller

Created by FastBit Embedded Brain Academy - Works on Firmware and Embedded Engineering

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Students: 17430, Price: $34.99

Students: 17430, Price:  Paid

Latest Update:

Bare metal embedded , writing linker script and startup file from scratch.

processor fault analysis and handling, stacks, AAPCS explanation.

Implementation of simple task scheduler using pendsv and systick

GCC inline assembly and naked functions

More than 10000+ students have already taken this course with More than 900+ happy reviews.

Have you ever tried to learn about the ARM Cortex M3/M4 Processor by reading a book or technical manuals and found stuck? Have you ended up seeing bits and pieces all over the map but could not able to tie it all together to have a big picture?

This course is for Embedded Engineers/Students like you who want to learn and Program ARM Cortex M3/M4 based controllers by digging deep into its internals and programming aspects.

Don't worry if you are new to the ARM-based controller. In this course, you'll see everything you needed to quickly get started with Programming Cortex M3/M4 based controller. The lab session covers various programming assignments which helps you to remember the concepts better.

Hardware:

1. You need ARM Cortex M4 based STM32F407 DISCOVERY board from ST if you want to try out code on the target.

3. You can also be able to follow this course if you have any other boards from ST such as Nucleo or evaluation.

Software:

1. In this course, Eclipse-based STM32CubeIDE is used as the  IDE ( supports Windows/Linux/Mac) (FREE)

Save time and have fun!

Watching lectures, Programming assignments and lots of animations will save hours of your self-study time and will give you the confidence to look at embedded processors from a different perspective. So, learn something new this year and boost your momentum at work.

My promise!

I am confident that this course will save you many, many hours of studying/experimenting/googling time to learn about this processor. I will personally answer your questions about this material, either privately or in a group discussion. If you are in any way not satisfied, for any reason, you can get a full refund from Udemy within 30 days. No questions asked. But I am confident you won't need to. I stand behind this course 100% and am committed to helping you.

Learning order of FastBit Embedded Brain Academy Courses,

If you are a beginner in the field of embedded systems, then you can take our courses in the below-mentioned order.
This is just a recommendation from the instructor for beginners.

1) Microcontroller Embedded C Programming: absolute beginners(Embedded C)

2) Embedded Systems Programming on ARM Cortex-M3/M4 Processor(ARM Cortex M4 Processor specific)

3) Mastering Microcontroller with Embedded Driver Development(MCU1)

4) Mastering Microcontroller: TIMERS, PWM, CAN, RTC,LOW POWER(MCU2)

5) Mastering RTOS: Hands-on FreeRTOS and STM32Fx with Debugging(RTOS)

6) ARM Cortex M Microcontroller DMA Programming Demystified(DMA)

7) STM32Fx Microcontroller Custom Bootloader Development(Bootloader)

8) Embedded Linux Step by Step using Beaglebone Black(Linux)

9) Linux device driver programming using Beaglebone Black(LDD1)

Microcontroller Embedded C Programming: Absolute Beginners

Foundation course on Embedded C programming using STM32 Microcontroller.

Created by FastBit Embedded Brain Academy - Works on Firmware and Embedded Engineering

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Students: 16897, Price: $34.99

Students: 16897, Price:  Paid

==> This should be your very first course to dive into the exciting world of "Embedded Systems." <==

This is our new course mainly targeted for absolute beginners to learn microcontroller programming using the 'C ' programming language.

Please note that "Embedded C" is NOT a separate programming language. 'Embedded C' is rather embedded target aware programming using traditional 'C' programming language.

Some of the critical microcontroller-related 'C' concepts such as

  1. Importance of bitwise operators

  2. Usage of bit manipulation techniques to program MCU peripheral registers

  3. accessing memory-mapped registers using pointers

  4. pointers and casting

  5. structures, bitfields, unions, and bit extraction techniques

  6. representing hardware registers details and configuring them using 'C' structure definitions

  7. Usage of const and volatile type qualifiers

  8. Interpret complex variable definitions involving the combination of const and volatile

  9. The precise usage of const pointers, const data, volatile const, with pointer and non-pointer variables

  10. The behavior of the code during compiler optimization and solution using volatile

  11. Functions and friends

  12. Data types, variables definitions, storage class specifiers and much more

  13. Loops: while, for, do. while

  14. MCU internal architecture and programming peripherals

  15. Interfacing projects

All these concepts are discussed with clear examples and writing code for the target embedded board.

According to 2017 embedded dot com survey still 'C' is one of the most widely used programming languages  for embedded code development

This course gives particular emphasis to learn 'C' programming concepts practically for microcontroller use cases.

Hardware:

1. You need ARM Cortex M4 based STM32F407 DISCOVERY board from ST if you want to try out code on the target.

2. Additional interfacing components may be required for interfacing projects

3. You can also be able to follow this course if you have any other boards from ST such as Nucleo or evaluation.

Software:

1. In this course, Eclipse-based STM32CubeIDE is used as the  IDE ( works on Windows/Linux/Mac) (FREE)

Learning order of FastBit Embedded Brain Academy Courses,

If you are a beginner in the field of embedded systems, then you can take our courses in the below-mentioned order.
This is just a recommendation from the instructor for beginners.

1) Microcontroller Embedded C Programming: absolute beginners(Embedded C)

2) Embedded Systems Programming on ARM Cortex-M3/M4 Processor(ARM Cortex M4 Processor specific)

3) Mastering Microcontroller with Embedded Driver Development(MCU1)

4) Mastering Microcontroller: TIMERS, PWM, CAN, RTC,LOW POWER(MCU2)

5) Mastering RTOS: Hands-on FreeRTOS and STM32Fx with Debugging(RTOS)

6) ARM Cortex M Microcontroller DMA Programming Demystified(DMA)

7) STM32Fx Microcontroller Custom Bootloader Development(Bootloader)

8) Embedded Linux Step by Step using Beaglebone Black(Linux)

9) Linux device driver programming using Beaglebone Black(LDD1)

Introduction to ARM Cortex-M Assembly Programming (FREE)

Learn Assembly Programming the Practical Way

Created by Israel Gbati - Embedded Firmware Engineer

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Students: 16233, Price: Free

Students: 16233, Price:  Free

This course assumes no prior knowledge of assembly programming. All it requires from students is curiosity.The course covers  the ARM instruction set architecture , assembly syntax and programming and provides bonus chapters on introduction to the ARM Cortex-M. The main aim of this course is to provide learners with practical skills and a strong foundation to be able to build upon to start producing well written code with a good blend of assembly and C. 

8051 Microcontroller

Learn, Code, Test, be 8051 expert

Created by Farrukh Hussain - Senior Firmware Engineer at Xekera Systems Inc.

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Students: 15898, Price: Free

Students: 15898, Price:  Free

Many people spend lot of time in reading datasheets, learning assembly language, and after spending four-five months of embedded systems course at college, they can hardly do real industry projects. That is good to learn all about architectures and basics but once you are at work, your boss can ask you to program PIC first month, 8051 second month, and may be STM8 or even STM32 next month, will you take two or three months course before starting that job?

This course explains how to program 8051 super fast. Instead of reading lengthy slides or boring datasheets, we shall do all with either built-in, easy to use mikroC libraries or shall learn few registers and write our own functions. This course will focus on learning way to program features offered by 8051 like I/O ports, Serial port, timers, counters and most interesting thing will be to do all with interrupts.

Course will start from basic, There will be no pre-written code examples, all codes will be written right in front of you and schematics will be drawn for testing, you will also learn how to use Proteus software for simulation. 

Master Microcontroller :Timers, PWM, CAN,RTC,Low Power(MCU2)

Learn STM32 Timers, CAN,RTC, PWM,Low Power embedded systems and program them using STM32 Device HAL APIs step by step

Created by FastBit Embedded Brain Academy - Works on Firmware and Embedded Engineering

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Students: 14602, Price: $34.99

Students: 14602, Price:  Paid

Update: English closed captions have been added, transcript available

>>Welcome to the course which teaches you advanced Micro-controller programming. In this course you are going to learn and master Timers , PWM, CAN, RTC, Low Power modes of STM32F4x Micro-controller with step by step guidance. Highly recommended if you are seeking a career in the domain of Embedded software. <<

In this course, you will understand behind the scene working of peripherals with supportive code exercises. I have included various real-time exercises which help you to master every peripheral covered in this course and this course thoroughly covers both theory and practical aspects of Timers, PWM, CAN, RTC, Low Power modes of STM32F4x Micro-controller.

In Timer Section the course covers,

1. Simple time-based generation using the basic timer in both polling and interrupt mode

2. Timer interrupts and IRQ numbers, ISR implementation, callbacks, etc

3. General purpose timer

4. Working with Input Capture channels of General purpose timer

5. Interrupts, IRQs, ISRs, callbacks related to Input Capture engine of the general purpose timer

6. Working with output capture channels of the General purpose timer

7. Interrupts, IRQs, ISRs, callbacks related to Output Capture engine of the general purpose timer

8. PWM generation using output capture modes

9. PWM Exercises

10. Step by Step code development process will help you to master the TIMER peripheral

In CAN Section the course covers,

1. Introduction to the CAN protocol

2. CAN frame formats

3. Understanding a CAN node

4. CAN signaling (single-ended signals vs differential signals )

5. CAN Bus recessive state and dominant state

6. CAN Bit timing Calculation

7. CAN network with Transceivers

8. Exploring inside view of CAN transceivers

9. CAN Self-test modes such as LOOPBACK, SILENT LOOPBACK, etc with code exercises.

10. Exploring STM32 bXCAN peripheral

11. self-testing of bxCAN peripheral with exercises

12. bXCAN block diagram

13. Tx/Rx path of the bxCAN Peripheral

14. CAN frame filtering and executrices

15. CAN in Normal Mode

16. Communicating between 2 boards over CAN

17. Code exercises

In the Power Controller Section the course covers,

1. ARM Cortex Mx Low Power Modes Normals Vs DeepSleep

2. STM32 SLEEP mode

3. STOP mode

4. STANDBY mode

5. Current measurement with different submode

6. Waking up MCU by using wakeup pins, EXTI, RTC, etc

7. Backup SRAM

8. Step by Step coverage with lots of code exercises.

In RTC Section the course covers,

1. RTC functional block diagram

2. RTC clock management

3. RTC calendar unit

4. RTC Alarm unit

5. RTC wake-up unit

6. RTC Time Stamp Unit

7. waking up MCU using RTC events

8. RTC interrupts

9. and lots of other details with step by step code exercises.

STM32 Device HAL framework

1. STM32 Device Hal framework details

2. APIs details

3. Interrupt handling

4. Callback implementation

5. Peripheral Handling and configurations

6. Step by Step explanation with code exercises.

==> Important note: This course is NOT about auto-generating code using STM32CubeMx software<==

Hardware used :

STM32F446RE-NUCLEO Board

CAN Transceivers for CAN Exercises

IDE used :

Eclipse-based OpenSTM32 SystemWorkbench

Learning order of FastBit Embedded Brain Academy Courses,

If you are a beginner in the field of embedded systems, then you can take our courses in the below-mentioned order.
This is just a recommendation from the instructor for beginners.

1) Microcontroller Embedded C Programming: absolute beginners(Embedded C)

2) Embedded Systems Programming on ARM Cortex-M3/M4 Processor(ARM Cortex M4 Processor specific)

3) Mastering Microcontroller with Embedded Driver Development(MCU1)

4) Mastering Microcontroller: TIMERS, PWM, CAN, RTC,LOW POWER(MCU2)

5) Mastering RTOS: Hands-on FreeRTOS and STM32Fx with Debugging(RTOS)

6) ARM Cortex M Microcontroller DMA Programming Demystified(DMA)

7) STM32Fx Microcontroller Custom Bootloader Development(Bootloader)

8) Embedded Linux Step by Step using Beaglebone Black(Linux)

9) Linux device driver programming using Beaglebone Black(LDD1)

ARM Cortex-M Interfacing with Keyboards and LCD’s (FREE! )

Write your own Keyboard and LCD drivers for Cortex-M

Created by Israel Gbati - Embedded Firmware Engineer

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Students: 10335, Price: Free

Students: 10335, Price:  Free

This course takes a step-by-step practical approach on how to write drivers and libraries that will allow your Cortex-Microcontroller to talk to Keyboards and Liquid Crystal Displays. It goes on to provide optimization methods such as accessing the LCD with 4-bits rather than 8-bits and also  programming keyboards using the  matrix arrangement approach. 

We will start by differentiating between GPIO and SPIO, this will give students the understanding on how registers relates to IO ports then we shall write out the code to see how these registers actually work with inputs and outputs.

We shall look at how to write our own LCD Drivers and Libraries, we shall take a look at the pinout and how we interface with the microcontroller, take a look at how we control the shift registers inside the LCD, then we shall go on to code our own driver and library.The last section of the LCD chapter deals with writing data in 4-bits to reduce the number of IO pins used for LCD.

The final chapter of the course deals with interfacing to keyboards, I will introduce how keyboards also conserve the number of IO pins by using the matrix arrangement and then we shall go on to write our keyboard driver and library. In a nutshell, this are the key areas we shall be looking at in this course :

  • Keyboard driver and library coding
  • LCD driver and library coding
  • LCD 4-bits data transfer
  • Keyboard matrix arrangement

If you interested in having bare-metal level access to keyboards and LCDs  then this course is for you.

Intro to Arduino Interfacing

Enter the exciting world of Arduino microcontroller platform, sensors, actuators, and interfacing.

Created by Haidar Al-Aubiydy - Aerospace Engineer

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Students: 9868, Price: Free

Students: 9868, Price:  Free

Intro to Arduino Interfacing is an introductory course for beginners wishing to learn Arduino interfacing. You will learn about the Arduino development board, how to download the Arduino IDE, and how to interface different sensors with it. All in all, you will be wiring and programming nine sensors. All the code that controls these sensors and actuators are available for download.

Arduino Vs Raspberry PI Vs PIC Microcontroller

You will no longer wonder what board should you start with, or what board should you learn or use, this is your way in

Created by Educational Engineering Team - Team of skilled Engineers Sharing Knowledge with the World

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Students: 8781, Price: $89.99

Students: 8781, Price:  Paid

>>> When it comes to choosing a single-board computer or Controller, PIC Microcontroller, Arduino and Raspberry Pi are the big names that you’ll be considering. But which one should you choose? What is the Arduino best used for? What are the drawbacks of using a Raspberry Pi? Why using PIC Microcontroller? And how do you decide between the three options? It can be a tough decision, so we’ll break it down here for you. <<<

>>> Continues Updates <<<

4 Star | More Than 1300 STUDENTS!!! THANK YOU!!!

What students are saying:

  • Hassaan Qadeer says, "A good course for those who are confused to decide which micro controller suites their need. Well-explained differences and great understanding of when to use which board."

  • Sunil Thakur says, "Great course. Now I better understand what is what and what to use and look for when I start a project."

  • M. K says, "Useful info and its worth to watch the lectures  "

  • Farukm says, "Thanks for the comparisons/review of the three "systems". I have a better idea on what to buy for my grandchildren.  "

  • Roman Mishin says, "Information is good"

Welcome to this course.

For the purposes of this Course, I’ll be discussing PIC Microcontroller PIC164550, Arduino Uno R3 and the Raspberry Pi 2 Model B. There are many versions of THESE boards, and there are plenty of alternatives to the PIC Microcontroller, The Pi and the Arduino that provide different specs and capabilities, but these Three are the mainstays of each line at the moment.

While both the Arduino and the Raspberry Pi are very versatile little machines, they both have specific things that they’re good at.

PIC Microcontroller: Everything you need to Know

You will enter Microcontroller world of wonders, and together we will make YOU a professional Microcontroller Geeks.

Created by Educational Engineering Team - Team of skilled Engineers Sharing Knowledge with the World

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Students: 8606, Price: $89.99

Students: 8606, Price:  Paid

>>> Over a hundred lecture, 8.5 Hours of HD Content that will take you in an informative journey to not only master the coding of PIC Microcontroller, but also learn the very basics of PIC Microcontroller internal structure, how it really works, it’s parts and how your code is handled inside the brain of a Microcontroller. <<<

>>> Continues Updates <<< + Bonuses

4 Star | 10 Hours of HD Content | More Than 11000 STUDENTS!!! THANK YOU!!!

What students are saying:

  • Abel Kaswahili says, "I like the way it provided, because it does not make any one to be bored but it encourage to learn."

  • Ingmar Jaitner says, "Very good information about PIC. Looking forward for the practical programming section."

  • Ero Ewaen Osazee says, "Very nice introductory course for the pic micro-controller, a well structured introductory course."

Welcome to this course.

Do you want to Go to the next level programming PIC Microcontrollers?

  • We are announcing our brand-new course PIC Microcontroller: Everything you need to Know.

  • Over a hundred lecture, 8.5 Hours of HD Content that will take you in an informative journey to not only master the coding of PIC Microcontroller, but also learn the very basics of PIC Microcontroller internal structure, how it really works, it’s parts and how your code is handled inside the brain of a Microcontroller.

Bonus!

When You Join This Course You Will Get PIC Microcontroller Test Your Skills and Get Certified Course For FREE (Usually worth 200$) in the Bonus Section in which you will test Your PIC Microcontroller Skills with more than 100 Question, This is the only PIC Microcontroller Practice Exam course on Udemy that has timed test-taking ability and provides interactive, section level feedback.

What You will get in this course?

  • 8.5 Hour of HD Video Contnet + PIC Microcontroller Resources 

  • Over 100 Lecture of new PIC Microcontroller Material that will cover each of the following topics:

  • Why PIC Microcontroller

  • 18 Practical Experiment that will help you master coding

  • C Programming Basics

  • PIC Microcontroller Inner structure and Programming Introduction

  • Leds, Resistors and Pushbuttons

  • LCD Screens and Seven Segment Displays

  • Motor and Keypad.

  • DIY Projects and Quick Tips

  • Rest Actions, Ports and registers.

  • Banking Mechanism for Memory Organization

  • Analog to Digital Conversion

  • Interrupts and Serial Communication

  • Timers and Counters

  • Electronics Basics

  • You will not believe how much you will learn and improve your programming skills, electronic circuit simulation and assembling a fully functional PIC Microcontroller based project in this course which has over 8.5 hours of brand new HD videos showing you how I am able to learn PIC Microcontroller so fast and how you can do the same!

  • Use this course to see how a new definition of PIC Microcontroller learning experience will give you the ability to have fun learning and doing any project you want and show you how you can become world class at doing anything you love to do with PIC Microcontrollers!

  • Unlock your superlearnning Skills Now 

The PIC Microcontroller is an electronic device that is easy-to-use in both hardware and software. Sensing the environment by receiving inputs from many sensors, PIC Microcontroller affects its surroundings by controlling lights, motors, and a number of other accessories. It's intended for anyone making interactive hardware projects by connecting it with a power source, few leds and resistors.

How this Course is Different than other PIC Microcontroller Courses?

- Basics of C Programming Section.

- Basics of Electronics Components Section.

- Microcontroller Background Section.

- Sections for advance topics like Registers, TMR0 and many other interesting topics.

- 15 Practical Experiment that will help you master everything there is to know about PIC Microcontroller.

This course is designed to introduce the PIC Microcontroller hardware and programming environment to get you started on building projects as soon as possible.

Unleash Your Inner Hero With this Course

  • PIC Microcontroller Inner structure and Programming Introduction

  • Leds, Resistors and Pushbuttons

  • LCD Screens and Seven Segment Displays

  • Motor and Keypad.

  • DIY Projects and Quick Tips

If you take this course now, you can count on these three results in just a few hours!

  • Add new excitement and knowledge into all the new skills you are learning now!

  • Find the best programming ways to make great microcontroller projects that will make turning any idea into real thing easy and effortless!

  • Use the simple PIC Microcontroller formula to reduce the time spent making modification to electronics projects from hours to minutes using state of the art simulation software!

Thank you for being enrolled in my Udemy Courses

  • I hope you find this new course useful with over 8.5 Hours of HD Videos explaining how I am able to create amazing PIC Microcontroller Projects.

  • The world needs you to reach your full potential and I am honored to be a part of that with you!

  • Take the course now and get lifetime access 

 

 

PIC Microcontroller: Make an Electronic Door Lock System

This guide will help you make an Electronic Door Lock system in a Step by Step Manner at home in no time.

Created by Educational Engineering Team - Team of skilled Engineers Sharing Knowledge with the World

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>>> This guide will help you Make Electronic Door Lock using PIC Microcontroller in no Time <<<

>>> Continues Updates <<<

More Than 1700 STUDENTS!!! THANK YOU!!!

What students are saying:

  • Bobbie Smith says, "The presentation and explanations are excellent. Thank you."

Welcome to Make Electronic Door Lock using PIC Microcontroller course.

>>> This course will help you Make an Electronic Door Lock System using Tools that you already dealt with to Make Your Life Easier and more secure, You can make that Electronic Door lock using a keypad or a Computer via serial terminal and serial communication protocol. <<<

You will get a step by step tutorial on what you need to do to get full control over any home, car door or any other door that you want to add more security too.

This is a course on interfacing Door lock, Computer, LCD, Keypad and other devices with PIC Microcontroller to achieve the ultimate goal of creating that electronic lock. It will give you the ability to make higher level Projects.

You will know how to use the technology embedded in your Microcontroller to make your everyday life away much safer.

Things You Will be introduced to in this Course:

  • Door lock an electronic one

  • LCD (Liquid crystal display)

  • Keypad 4*3 or 4*4 

  • PIC Microcontroller

  • Wires, Resistors and other basic electronic stuff

  • Breadboard

Software that will be used in this Course:

  • MikroC Pro for writing the C code that will be used by PIC Microcontroller

  • Proteus For Simulation Purposes, we will use it to draw the schematic and test out the code before doing the practical part

At the end of this course, you will be able to Program PIC Microcontroller to control an electronic door lock and make it open or close using a number that you will enter via keypad, you will also display the entered data using LCD Display.

 

Microcontroller Interfacing with Different Elements

This is a Step By Step Guide to Interfacing Different electronic Elements with Microcontrollers

Created by Educational Engineering Team - Team of skilled Engineers Sharing Knowledge with the World

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Everything you wanted to know about Interfacing different elements with Microcontrollers but was too afraid to ask, or Asked without getting Answers!

This is a Step By Step Guide to Interfacing Different electronic Elements with Different Microcontrollers including (Leds, Switches and buttons, 7 Segments, LCD Liquid crystal display, Pizeo Sound Speaker, Sounder, Relay, Transistor and Darlington Transistors).

This Bundle Consists of More than 40 Lecture with more than 3 hours of HD Video Content and supplementary material in which we cover every aspect of Electronic Elements Interfacing including teaching you how it works, the concept behind interfacing each element, abd how to simulate and connect everything in real life, I can assure you that after this course you will be a professional in Interfacing Different electronic elements with Different Microcontrollers (PIC Microcontroller, Arduino, Raspberry Pi and other types)

Why You should take this Course:

  • More than 3 Hour of Full HD Content

  • More than 3 Quizzes

  • 15 articles

  • 10 downloadable resources

  • Supporting Material and Example Codes

  • Step by step explanation of connection diagrams and coding stages

  • Certificate of Completion when you finish the course

  • Simulation and Practical lessons to Cover everything there is to know

Elements that we will cover in this Course:

  • Leds

  • Switches and buttons

  • 7 Segments

  • LCD Liquid crystal display

  • Pizeo Sound Speaker

  • Sounder

  • Relay

  • Transistor

  • Darlington Transistors

This Course can work for Any type of Microcontrollers

  • Arduino

  • PIC Microcontroller

  • Raspberry Pi

  • Any other type

STM32Fx Microcontroller Custom Bootloader Development

Learn fundamentals of Bootloader Development for your ARM Cortex Mx based STM32Fx Microcontroller

Created by FastBit Embedded Brain Academy - Works on Firmware and Embedded Engineering

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I have designed this course for students to get started with Micro-controller Bootloader Development. This course will be suitable for beginners in the domain of embedded systems and programming.

This course is all about learning to develop a custom BootLoader for ARM CORTEX Mx powered STM32Fx microcontroller.

In this course, I will guide you through step by step procedure to develop your own BootLoader and we will explore many things related to BootLoader programming.

The BootLoader we are going to develop in this course will have the following features

1) It can do the in application programming(IAP). You can use the BootLoader to flash a given application binary

2) Read microcontroller specific data

3) Flash related configurations like setting up read and write protections for different sectors

4) Flash sector erase

5) Mass erase of the user flash

6) Read and display the protection status of the flash memory

7) Jump to the specified address to execute the code

Along with custom BootLoader development, you will also understand

1) The different memory organization of a microcontroller

2) Memory aliasing and different boot modes of STM32

3) How MCU boots after power up

4) Vector table mapping and vector table relocation use case of arm cortex mx processor.

5) Difference between In-system programming(ISP) and in application programming(IAP)

6) Custom boot loader design flow chart

7) Host and Boot loader communication method

8) Implementation of different boot loader commands

You can also extend this BootLoader by giving the following features once you complete the course

1) Encrypt and Decrypt the firmware sent by the host using AES

2) Over the air programming by interfacing WIFI or Zigbee Modules

Hardware used in this course

In this course, STM32F446RE Nucleo board is used.

If you have any other board based on STM32 microcontroller then also you can use the codes developed in the course with no or minor changes.

Software used:

1) KEIL-MDK-5 for WINDOWS

2) OpenSTM32 SystemWorkbench for (WINDOWS/LINUX/MAC OS)

Learning order of FastBit Embedded Brain Academy Courses,

If you are a beginner in the field of embedded systems, then you can take our courses in the below-mentioned order.
This is just a recommendation from the instructor for beginners.

1) Microcontroller Embedded C Programming: absolute beginners(Embedded C)

2) Embedded Systems Programming on ARM Cortex-M3/M4 Processor(ARM Cortex M4 Processor specific)

3) Mastering Microcontroller with Embedded Driver Development(MCU1)

4) Mastering Microcontroller: TIMERS, PWM, CAN, RTC,LOW POWER(MCU2)

5) Mastering RTOS: Hands-on FreeRTOS and STM32Fx with Debugging(RTOS)

6) ARM Cortex M Microcontroller DMA Programming Demystified(DMA)

7) STM32Fx Microcontroller Custom Bootloader Development(Bootloader)

8) Embedded Linux Step by Step using Beaglebone Black(Linux)

9) Linux device driver programming using Beaglebone Black(LDD1)

Pic Microcontroller and Pcb designing step by step

Master Microcontrollers and Pcb desining from scratch

Created by Mahmoud Mansour - Computer Engineer

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Students: 6792, Price: $19.99

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This course is about pcbs and programming microcontroller 

This course is submitted for beginners in microcontroller and pcb designing field

By the end of this course you will be able to 

  • Learn how to design a circuit in eagle schematic layout

  • Turn your circuit into a pcb through the board layout

  • Master pcb making using iron on glossy paper method

  • Design a JDM programmer

  • Design and make a laser sensor project

  • Learn to simulate an electronic circuit using proteus

  • Learn to program your pic using microC

  • Learn the basic concepts of c programming language

  • Burn your programs on your pic using computer

  • Design a lot of microcontroller projects (flash light, traffic light, temperature sensor and security system using keypads and lcds)

  • How to interface leds, lcds, seven segmants, motors, motor drivers, relays, keypads and ADC projects

This course will take 6 hours to complete 

It is sperated into two sections 

  • Pcb designing section 

  • Microcontroller section

If you are a starter in electronics, microcontroller and pcb designing filed i would recommend this course for you as a first step 

It will take you from scratch to intermediate level.

ARM Cortex M Microcontroller DMA Programming Demystified

Direct Memory Access Demystified with STM32 Peripherals (ADC, SRAM,UART,M2M,M2P,P2M) and Embedded C code Exercises

Created by FastBit Embedded Brain Academy - Works on Firmware and Embedded Engineering

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The Course aims to demystify the Micro-controller DMA controller internals and its programming with various peripherals. Suitable for beginners to intermediate students in the Field of Embedded Systems and programming. Please go through the description below to understand the course offering.

Key things you will learn,

1) The Multi AHB bus matrix and ARM Cortex M Bus interfaces

2) MCU Master and Slave communication over bus matrix

3) DMA internals: channel mapping / streams/ fifo /Master ports / Arbiter/etc

4) DMA different transfer modes: M2P, P2M,M2M

5) DMA with peripherals like ADC, GPIO, UART_RX/TX and many other peripherals will be updated in this course.

6) DMA programming from scratch. Helps you to troubleshoot DMA issues on other microcontroller or processor platforms. You can speculate and debug problems more quickly when you learn the hard way.

7) And lots of other videos about circular mode/burst transfer /RTOS etc. will be added shortly.

Hardware used:

1) STM32F446RE Nucleo64 board

you can also use other STM32 boards such as discovery board, evaluation board or any other board.

Software used:

1) KEIL MDK V5 (free version, for windows)

2) Openstm32 system workbench ( windows/linux/mac) (free)

3) CubeMx software from ST (free)

The installation procedure is covered in the course

Description:

This course is all about understanding the Direct Memory Access Controller of the Micro-controller and how to use it in the embedded applications.

The course uses ARM Cortex M based STM32 Micro-controller for all theory discussion and code exercises. The course discusses generic details of the DMA which you can leverage to other Micro-controllers but you have made changes to the code in order to run on your target if it's not an ST's 32-bit Micro-controller.

The course will help you to raise your confidence in handling your MCU's DMA controller and connecting dots by going through the various levels of discussions.

I really tried to simplify the subject with clean/generic explanations and exercises.

We will discuss why DMA is required and how it benefits ARM to offload data transfer work with exercises.

We will learn different types of DMA transfers like M2M, P2M, and M2P (M: Memory P: Peripheral) and various DMA configurations. Please go through "What will I learn?" section above.

For the beginners/intermediate students, the course will indeed add huge advantage and helps to use DMA successfully in Embedded applications.

Learning order of FastBit Embedded Brain Academy Courses,

If you are a beginner in the field of embedded systems, then you can take our courses in the below-mentioned order.
This is just a recommendation from the instructor for beginners.

1) Microcontroller Embedded C Programming: absolute beginners(Embedded C)

2) Embedded Systems Programming on ARM Cortex-M3/M4 Processor(ARM Cortex M4 Processor specific)

3) Mastering Microcontroller with Embedded Driver Development(MCU1)

4) Mastering Microcontroller: TIMERS, PWM, CAN, RTC,LOW POWER(MCU2)

5) Mastering RTOS: Hands-on FreeRTOS and STM32Fx with Debugging(RTOS)

6) ARM Cortex M Microcontroller DMA Programming Demystified(DMA)

7) STM32Fx Microcontroller Custom Bootloader Development(Bootloader)

8) Embedded Linux Step by Step using Beaglebone Black(Linux)

9) Linux device driver programming using Beaglebone Black(LDD1)

PIC Microcontrollers Timer and Watchdog Timer

Move to the next level in PIC Microcontroller Programming using Register Manipulation to control Time in your Projects

Created by Educational Engineering Team - Team of skilled Engineers Sharing Knowledge with the World

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>>> This Course will teach you how to deal with PIC Microcontroller Timers and Watchdog Timer Programming using Register Manipulation to control Time in your Projects instead of the newbie delay function. <<<

Welcome to this course.

In this course, You will learn what are Timers and what is the difference between Timer 0, 1, and 2 and which one to use in your application. We often use the famous delay function when we need to add a delay in our application, but do you really know what the calling the delay function do to your app in the background?

Most experienced programmers avoid using the delay function for many reasons that we will discuss in this course, we will also explain in a step by step manner how to read PIC Microcontroller registers datasheet to get the Timer information that we want.

 You will learn how to replace the delay function with the Timer register delay.

Most likely you did hear about Watchdog timer, but did you try to implement in your PIC Microcontroller project? Do you even know why it might be a life-saving practice to add a watchdog timer to your real-time sensitive applications?

After taking this course, I can assure you that you will treat everything related to Timers and Delays in PIC Microcontroller in a totally different way.

What you'll learn

  • What are Timers

  • What is Timer0

  • What is the difference between Timer0, Timer1, and Timer2

  • How to Interrupt the PIC when the timer overflows

  • How to deal with timer register

  • How to implement Delay using Timers instead of Delay Function

  • Why you shouldn't use the Delay Function and how it affects your PIC Microcontroller based project

  • What is a Watchdog Timer

  • How watchdog Timer can help save your life! and why it's used in very critical real-time projects?

  • How to deal with Watchdog Timer

  • Why Timers are an essential Peripheral

  • Practical Application Examples

PIC Microcontroller Expanding Output Pins

You will Be Able to turn three Output Pins in Your Microcontroller to 8,16,32,64,128 or any number of Output Pins

Created by Educational Engineering Team - Team of skilled Engineers Sharing Knowledge with the World

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>>> You will Be Able to turn three Output Pins in Your Microcontroller to 8,16,32,64,128 or any number of Output Pins  <<<

>>> Continues Updates <<<

4.8 Star | More Than 2000 STUDENTS!!! THANK YOU!!!

What students are saying:

  • Ronald Tennis says, "The course is actually short and sweet but I got enough information to use the IC. I had seen Proteus in one of your other courses but I was a little rusty. Mainly I had forgotten how to get the hex program loaded even though it was easy. My first attempt at grabbing components didn't go right so a little more explaining could have helped."

Welcome to this course.

Who didn't face a situation in which More output Pins are needed but the Microcontroller at hand doesn't have enough, Changing the Microcontroller was our First Option, but not anymore, In this course I will take you in a step by step manner to Maximize the Number of Output Pins in your Microcontroller, now you can use three Output Pins in your Microcontroller and turn them into 8,16,32,64,128 or any number of Output Pins that you wish to have using a very simple and easy to use method that won't take time or effort.

Do you want to Get More Output Pins in Your Microcontroller without having to change the Microcontroller itself?

  • We are announcing our brand-new course PIC Microcontroller Expanding Output Pins

  • HD Content that will take you in an informative journey to not only master the coding of more output Pins but also the details of the method we use, how it works, it’s parts, it's wiring diagram and how your code can handle the output pins.

What You will get in this course?

  • To know how to Get More Output Pins in Your Microcontroller without having to change the Microcontroller itself?

  • To get familiar with Data Shifting inside PIC Microcontroller.

  • To Get Familiar with Serial to Parallel Pins Data Conversion.

  • To Get Familiar with New Programming Techniques that will help you get the Most out of Your Microcontroller.

Learn By Practicing, Practical Work?

  • Interface and Connect Data Shifting IC to PIC.

  • Send Output Data using 3 Pins to 8,16,32,64,128 or any number of Output Pins .

  • Write a C program to Manipulate Data in PIC Microcontroller.

  • Understand the Working Principle behind the Method Used in this Course

If you take this course now, you can count on these three results in just a few hours!  

PIC Microcontroller: Learn By Building Practical Projects

Learn PIC Microcontroller By Creating Real Life Practical Projects with your own Hands in this Step By Step Guide

Created by Educational Engineering Team - Team of skilled Engineers Sharing Knowledge with the World

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>>> Learning by theory and Simulation is only half the answer, but connecting, wiring and burning a code to an actual Microcontroller, not a simulated one is the other more important half, and this is what we will cover in this course, you will learn by making PIC Microcontroller Practical Projects. <<<

>>> Continues Updates <<<

More Than 800 STUDENTS!!! THANK YOU!!!

What students are saying:

  • Nathan Johnnie says, "It is a great course; well done.  "

  • Mike D. says, "Excellent delivery, full of useful information, already started making my first motion detector, many thanks to you  "

Welcome to this course.

  • Learning By doing is what makes the difference between someone who learn and someone who applies what he learned

  • In this course you will get the chance to see PIC Microcontroller in Action, starting from simulation and moving forward to connecting the hardware and testing the code in real life.

  • This will help you make sure your circuit works as expected and you can witness yourself building your first PIC Microcontroller Project fully functional.

  • The most important thing to note here is that when a circuit work with you in simulation, that doesn’t mean that it will work in real life, in more than 85% of the cases the simulated circuit doesn’t work when you connect it.

What is the best way to Learn, you ask?

  • Learning by doing PIC Microcontroller Practical Projects is the learn by practice approach that I prefer

  • This approach allows you to not only master new PIC Microcontroller skills but also gain practical knowledge along the way.

  • Only a few people are satisfied with simulation, but if you want good results you must move on and hook up your circuit and test it out using real-life hardware parts.

  • I'm trying to help you gain real world practical experience in PIC Microcontroller, so let's start.

Microcontroller Communication Protocols Bundle

A step by step guide to Master Communication Protocols

Created by Educational Engineering Team - Team of skilled Engineers Sharing Knowledge with the World

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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

Program Microcontrollers With Drawings – Coding No More

Stop writing long codes that waste your time and required skills and effort, Start Drawing your Code with Simple Shapes

Created by Educational Engineering Team - Team of skilled Engineers Sharing Knowledge with the World

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>>> This Course will take you to a new level of Microcontroller Programming, It will be a fun, easy, fast and enjoyable Programming Journey for you, you will learn how to Program Microcontrollers With Drawings, YES, Drawings!!, no more long codes, no more debugging pain <<<

>>> Continues Updates <<<

4 Star | More Than 800 STUDENTS!!! THANK YOU!!!

What students are saying:

  • Floyd Craig Wolverton says, "Good overview of this tool. Met my needs. I am interested in ways to teach people who say they hate programming to learn to create programs despite their predisposition.  "

  • Imran Ahmad says, "Best explanation of everything, taking topics right from scratch. Great experience.  "

Welcome to Program Microcontrollers With Drawings Course.

You will no longer hate programming Microcontrollers.

You won't have to write codes anymore, drag and drop simple shapes to make a fully functional block of drawings that function just like coding without having to write a single code.

As most of you know, writing a code is a complex process that required through understanding of C, assembly and other languages to give the ability to turn your idea into a project that is based on Microcontrollers, but what if I tell you that now you can program your microcontroller and make a fully functional project without writing a single line of code!!

That's not all after drawing, this program will give you the ability to view your code in assembly and c language in addition to generating a hex file that is ready to be downloaded to your microcontroller.

You think this is cool but not yet interested!, well how about the fact that this software allows you to build a fully functional simulation environment that will show you how your microcontroller work in action with modules for hundreds and hundreds of libraries such as LCD, 7 Segment, Buttons, Keypad, and other advanced modules.

8051 Microcontroller – Embedded C and Assembly Language

Hands-on Approach | 25+ code examples | KEIL IDE | Proteus | Flash Magic | 2 Projects | Sensor and display interfacings

Created by Smart Logic Academy - Empowering Minds

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Students: 4422, Price: $99.99

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  • Learn 8051 micro-controller programming in detail using Embedded C and assembly language

  • The course focus on learning through a hands-on approach

  • Get Source code and simulation files on every program discussed

  • Learn software

          Programming software                   - KEIL IDE

          Simulation Software                        - PROTEUS

          Program downloading software     - FLASH Magic

  • Learn 8051 microcontroller interfacing with

          LEDs

          LCD

          7 segments

          Switches

          Relays

          Buzzer

          DC motor

          Stepper Motor

          Analog to Digital Converter (ADC 0809)

          Temperature Sensor LM35

          Bluetooth Module HC-05

  • Learn  8051 microcontroller programming of

          I/O Ports

          Timer

          Counter

          Serial Communication (UART)

          Interrupts

  • Project 1: Speed control of DC motor and LED dimming using Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) technique. 

  • Project 2: Wireless control of LEDs using a Smartphone. 

  • Test what you learned by solving MCQs after videos.

  • Interview Questions and Answers

  • Extra Learning material provided for an absolute beginner.

           Number System

           Binary Logics

  • Straight to the point explanation. 

  • Bonus Lectures

  • Join the group of 3555+ students.

  • Get Certification of completion

Note: use headphones/headset for better voice quality.

Latest Updates:

14/10/2019 update: Added 3 videos on Analog to Digital Converter

05/10/2019 update: Added 5 videos on the stepper motor

30/03/2019 update: Added Article

                              1. Working of Buzzer and it's interfacing with 8051 micro-controller (with downloadable resources)

05/01/2019 update: Added Article

                              1. Interview Questions and Answers

23/11/18 update: Added Bonus Lectures

                               1. Bit Masking in Embedded C

                               2. Bit Extracting in Embedded C

                               3. Bit Monitoring in Embedded C

11/11/18 update: Added 1 video

                               1. Embedded C program structure

9/11/18 update: Added 2 videos to help an absolute beginner.

                               1. Number systems

                               2. Binary Logic

This course is intended to give you complete details of the hardware and software requirements of 8051 microcontroller programming. This course will help you to understand the working of  I/O ports, timer, counter, interrupt and serial communication (UART) in the microcontroller. You will be able to program 8051 microcontroller using assembly and embedded c language. The course will explain the interfacing of LED, switch, LCD, 7 segments with 8051 microcontrollers. This course will also help you to understand the process of burning the program into 8051 microcontroller and related terms hence will make you ready to create your own application project using 8051 microcontrollers. In the end, of course, you will be doing two application projects on 8051, one is a generation of PWM wave to control the speed of DC motor and second is wireless control of the device using your smartphone and 8051.

The course makes it so easy to learn 8051 microcontroller programming, you will be building and testing out your own programs in no time. The course is delivered in such a way that anyone who takes the course will have absolutely no problem in understanding all the topics discussed. This course is packed full of practical step by step examples so that you are coding 8051 from day one. The same practical example is discussed in both Embedded C and Assembly language.

I believe that doing practically without knowing the theory is half learning. Hence In this course, he will cover all necessary theories related to 8051 before start doing the practical session. I know your time is precious and hence delivers information straight to the point. The complexity of projects will gradually increase hence it advised to watch videos the way they are arranged. In this course, all the features of basic 8051 microcontrollers are discussed. The code used in this course can run on any advanced 8051 microcontroller device. The number of timers, serial, interrupts, I/O port and crystal frequency may vary depending on a microcontroller.

I personally believe that if anyone wants to learn microcontroller or microprocessor programming then one should start with 8051 microcontrollers because it's easy to understand and program. Knowledge of 8051 microcontroller programming with assembly language and embedded C language will make you future ready and you can learn any complex microcontroller and microprocessor very quickly. 

AVR microcontrollers: C language, electronic devices.

AVR microcontrollers: I/O, ADC, PWM, etc.. Programming microcontroller C language, practical work. Atmega, XMEGA series.

Created by Oleksandr Aleshchenko - Electronic engineer

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Students: 4309, Price: $64.99

Students: 4309, Price:  Paid

This course is for beginner and advanced electronics engineers who want to gain and increase experience in developing embedded systems on AVR microcontrollers. I think that AVR ATMEL microcontrollers are the most advanced 8-bit microcontrollers. All ARDUINO projects are built by using these microcontrollers.  After completing the course, the student will receive the necessary knowledge about I/O ports, ADC, PWM, EEPROM, timers, interrupts. Much attention in this course will be paid to interfaces with external devices - sensors, wireless devices, real time clocks, external EEPROM, etc.. We will take a look the UART (USART) serial interface, SPI interface, TWI (two wire interface), the connection by 1-wire bus. The course will consider connections to the microcontroller of various devices - display devices (LED, 7-segment LED displays, LCD), matrix keyboards and so on. Students will get the experience of programming AVR microcontroller on C language.  This course includes business projects also. Finished codes sources of this projects I will send students in private messages. The course shows complete programs and videos of working devices. Work projects will be included in this course also. This training course is constantly expanding. Feedback with students. Individual lessons and project support.

I kindly ask you to carefully read the curriculum and description of the course and do not make purchases with the aim of further refund. The course contains enough material in the public domain for you to appreciate the presentation style. Sorry, my english isn't nice))

Commonly used hardware for Microcontroller and Electronics

This course will give you everything you need to start playing with Most Common Hardware for Makers Today

Created by Educational Engineering Team - Team of skilled Engineers Sharing Knowledge with the World

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Students: 4016, Price: $89.99

Students: 4016, Price:  Paid

>>> This Commonly used hardware for Microcontroller and Electronics course is intended for those interested in learning New Things about different platforms and devices used by Makers Today.  <<<

Welcome to this course.

In This Course, We'll take you by hand and introduce the foremost common devices/concepts and software that are employed by Makers, Engineers, and Microcontroller Geeks Worldwide, to assist you kick-starter your career in Microcontroller and Electronics World.

You will get to understand new things like Single Board Computer and Single Board MCU and also the difference between them, why we used modules, and what are the development boards available nowadays, additionally to Different Platforms available for you to use in your journey.

You will get more knowledge about the various types of commonly used hardware for makers and engineers. We will look at the commonly used hardware that engineers make cars and microcontroller geeks utilize more than others.

Things that will be covered in this course.

  • We will talk about the General boards how they work and their internal structure

  • why it's important to use it

development boards

  • What are the development boards

  • What's the difference between a Development Board and a single board computer

Single board computer.

  • We will talk about why they are important.

  • What's the difference between them and between other electronic and microcontroller boards available.

Then we will cover platforms the Arduino and other platforms are discussed.

We will take you by hand and tell you why it's important to use platforms as you work with electronics and microcontrollers.

In the last section, we'll be discussing the modules if you haven't heard of modules or if you have heard of them but don't know how to use them and why it's really important to use them.

Topics that we will be discussed during the Introduction to Electronic Components Course are listed here in a brief outline.  

  • Breadboards

  • Platforms

  • Development Boards

  • Modules

  • Single Board Computer

  • Single Board MCU

I'm sure that you will enjoy this course and it will add a lot of knowledge to you.

PIC Microcontrollers: Design & Manufacture Your Training Kit

A-Z Guide that allows you to make a factory quality training kits that meet your exact needs.

Created by Educational Engineering Team - Team of skilled Engineers Sharing Knowledge with the World

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Students: 3239, Price: $49.99

Students: 3239, Price:  Paid

>>> A-Z Guide to designing,  drawing and testing different training kit circuit that comes in hand, using one of the most popular software in the electronics industry, after this course, you will be a master at making PIC Microcontrollers Training Kit instead of buying it. <<<

>>> Continues Updates <<<

More Than 400 STUDENTS!!! THANK YOU!!!

What students are saying:

  • George Aggrey mensah says, "It is self-explanatory and very rich in terms of content, great for practical tests"

Welcome to Make PIC Microcontrollers Training Kit course.

There are many reasons Why You Should Take this course:

  • Commercial Training Kits have many functions that you might never use and add an additional cost which makes the overall cost of a kit very high.

  • There is no chance that you will find a kit that matches your exact needs.

  • Making things with your own hands will give you a very good understanding of how electronic boards are made and will help you be a professional in making permanent Printed circuit boards.

  • You can easily adjust the items of the kit and make many copies at your home at a very low price.

  • You will get to practice playing with electronics.

So Make PIC Microcontrollers Training Kit course will offer you:

  • A-Z Guide to designing,  drawing and testing different training kit circuit that comes in hand, using one of the most popular software in the electronics industry, after this course, you will be a master at making your own training kit instead of buying it.

  • You will become professional in making your own circuits, you will even be able to master mass producing an electronic module for Microcontroller that you find useful.

  • Video and Text lectures are included along with the software package that will be used in this course.

  • All that you need for this course is your laptop and headphones.

  • This course is open for comments and suggestions.

  • Another reason Why you should take this course, well, because you will learn by doing not by listening and you will become an expert in making your own circuits.

 

PIC Microcontroller: Garage Door System Ultrasonic Sensor

This guide will help you make a Garage Door System using Ultrasonic Sensor in a Step by Step Manner at home in no time.

Created by Educational Engineering Team - Team of skilled Engineers Sharing Knowledge with the World

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Students: 2237, Price: $89.99

Students: 2237, Price:  Paid

This course will give you a chance to Make a Garage Door System System using Tools that you simply already dealt with to make Your Life Easier and safer, you'll make that Garage Door System using Ultrasonic Sensor.

Welcome to this new course after which you'll learn the way to make a garage door.

You will get a step by step tutorial on what must be done to achieve full control over any door that you just want to feature more security to and to make your life easier.

This is a course on interfacing Garage Door lock, LCD, Ultrasonic Sensor, and other devices with PIC Microcontroller to realize the ultimate goal of making that Garage Door System. it'll offer you the power to make higher-level Projects.

You will learn how to use the technology embedded in your Microcontroller to make your daily life away much safer.

Who We Are?

We are an Educational Engineering Team and leading team in the microcontroller industry with more than 10 years of experience in teaching and doing practical projects, we have a team of skilled engineers seeking to deliver high-quality engineering content including courses articles lessons, and online support for all the engineering students from all around the world.

We also work as freelancer engineers helping many students in their graduation project give many courses about engineering topics.

>>> Continues Updates <<<

4.7 Star | More than 2200 STUDENTS!!! THANK YOU!!!

What students are saying:

  • Nl Gh says, "Full of information and explained well good job"

Microcontrollers for the Internet of Things

A guide to the Arduino platform focused specifically on the inexpensive WiFi-enabled ESP8266 microcontroller!

Created by Thomas Tongue - Maker, Instructor, Serial Entrepreneur

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Students: 2154, Price: $19.99

Students: 2154, Price:  Paid

Arduino has created an open-source, easy-to-use hardware & software platform that has made microcontrollers and electronics accessible to a broad audience of makers. Dozens of variations on the platform exist today, and dedicated devices found in 3D printers, Quadcopters, Media players and robots have bloomed thanks to a diverse ecosystem of vendors and enthusiasts. These devices are following the trend of adding more and more networking and communication capabilities, pushing toward applications on the Internet of Things.

This course is a guide to the exciting world of internet-enabled microcontrollers using the Arduino platform. Starting with the fundamentals of Arduino programming, the course builds expertise in Analog/Digital Input & Output, and other core topics used to prototype electronic devices. The course then extends the experience by focusing on programming the ESP8266 to scan and connect to pre-existing WiFi networks, or create its own network as an access point. This course features lectures with information to help students build the demonstrations as they go, and challenges students to extend the lecture-provided circuits and code to add additional features. Finally, there is a projects section at the end of the course where new projects will be added to illustrate special topics and techniques, based on student interests and questions!

PIC Microcontroller Flame Detector

This guide will help you make a Flame Detector System using PIC Microcontroller in Step by Step Manner at home.

Created by Educational Engineering Team - Team of skilled Engineers Sharing Knowledge with the World

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Students: 2070, Price: $89.99

Students: 2070, Price:  Paid

This course will give you a chance to Make a Flame Detector System using Tools that you simply already dealt with to make Your Life safer.

In this course, we are going to make a flame detector and you will learn what is the difference between a flame detector, a smoke detector, and any other detector like carbon monoxide detectors.

If you are thinking that we are going to use a module to detect flames, then you are wrong. We are going to rely on a few electronic components to detect flames. And we are going to explain this in a step by step manner.

What you learn in this course:

  • Hardware and software requirements.

  • The difference between smoke detectors, carbon monoxide detectors, and smokeless flame detectors (the one that we are going to make is the smokeless flame detector)

  • The working principle behind flame detectors and the different options available to detect flames.

  • Connect our circuit and write a code to control this circuit using a PIC microcontroller.

  • Make a design for our circuit to make it production-ready.

  • Practical application examples for flame detectors, I'm sure that you will enjoy this course.

Detecting flames isn't something common, and I think that you should know the working principle behind it.

Who We Are?

We are an Educational Engineering Team and leading team in the microcontroller industry with more than 10 years of experience in teaching and doing practical projects, we have a team of skilled engineers seeking to deliver high-quality engineering content including courses articles lessons, and online support for all the engineering students from all around the world.

We also work as freelancer engineers helping many students in their graduation project give many courses about engineering topics.

Construction of hatchery project on pic microcontroller

A small egg incubator

Created by Bilal Zeyada - Eng Mechatronics, Web development, PHP developer and MicroC

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Students: 2026, Price: $19.99

Students: 2026, Price:  Paid

I explained how to program a small chicken egg incubator to depend on the temperature and humidity so that if the temperature rises, the system operates a fan that moisturizes and reduces the temperature and return to the right temperature and also programmed the hygrometer so that the moisture meter works on the ground, Water ratio The system withdraws the amount of water suitable for the skimmer to raise the humidity to the appropriate humidity