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Note for Embedded System - ES by Abhimanyu Dash

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EMBEDDED SYSTEM ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT VEER SURENDRA SAI UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY Version 1.0 , Dated 17-04-2015 Prepared By Er B.K.Rana Assistant Prof ., Electrical Engg. ES-1

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Scheme Ref 1:Introduction to embedded system:by SHIBU K.V., TMH Publication Ref 2: Embedded Systems – Architecture , Programming and Design – by RAJKAMAL , TMH Publication 1. Course Item MODULE _I 7. Introduction to Embedded System : What is embedded system Embedded systems Vs General Computing system History of embedded systems , classification of embedded system Major application area of embedded sys Purpose of embeded system Typical Embedded sys: Core of embedded system Memory 8. Sensors 9. Actuators 10. 11. Communication Interface Embedded Firmware 12. Other system component 13. PCB and Passive components MODULE _II Hardware Software co- 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 14. Ref 1 Page 4 Sec 1.1 Page 4 Sec 1.2 Page 5,6 Sec 1.3 , Sec 1,4 Page 7 Sec 1.5 Page 8 Sec 1.6 Page 15 Chap 2 Page 28 Sec 2.2 Page 35 Sec 2.3 Page 35 Sec 2.3 Page 45 Sec 2.4 Page 59 Sec 2.5 Page 60 Sec 2.6 Page 64 Sec 2.7 Page 204 Chap 7 ES-2 Ref 2 Other

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15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. design and programming model Fundamental Issues in Hardware –Software co design Comutational model Embedded System Introduction to unified modeling language (UML) Hardware software tradeoff Embeded Hardware design and development : Analog design components Digital Electronics component VLSI and Integrated Circuit design Embedded Firmware design and development Embeddded Firmware design approach Embedded firmware development language Programming in Embedded C MODULE _III Real Time operating system (RTOS) based embedded system design Operating system basic Types of operating systems Task process and threads Multiprocessing and multi tasking Task scheduling 35. Thread and process scheduling Putting task communication Task synchronization 36. Device drivers 34. Page 205 Sec 7.1 Page 207 Sec 7.2 Page 214 Sec 7.3 Page 295 Sec 6.5 Page 219 Sec 7.4 Page 228 Sec 8.1 Page 230 Sec 8.2 Page 245 Sec 8.3.1 Page 302 Chap 9 Page 303 Sec 9.1 Page 313 Sec 9.2.2 Page 318 Sec 9.3 Page 381 Chap 10 Page 382 Sec 10.1 Page 386 Sec10.2 Page 390 Sec 10.3 Page 402 Sec 10.4 Page 404 Sec 10.5 Page 422 Sec 10.6 Page 426 Sec 10.7 Page 442 Sec 10.8 Page 476 ES-3 Page 25 Sec 1.4.8 Page 235,237 Sec 5.1,5.2 Page 350 Chap 8 Page 303 Chap 7 Page 2.20

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37. How to choose RTOS 38. 39. 41. MODULE _ IV Embedded system Development environment (IDE) Types of files generated on cross compilation Dissembler / Decompiler 42. Simulators 43. Emulator 44. Debugging 45. 46. Target Hardware debugging Design Case studies 47. Sec 10.9 Page 478 Sec 10.10 Sec 4.9 Page 556 Chap 13 Sec 13.1 Page 588 Sec13.2 Page 597 Sec 13.3 Page 598 Sec 13.4 Page 599 Sec 13.4 Page 599 Sec 13.4 Page 607 Sec 13.5 Page 669 Appendix II Page 43 Sec 1.10 Digital Clock Page 669 Appendix II- 1 Page 44 Sec 1.10.3 48. Batterry operated smart card Reader Page 699 Appendix II-2 49. Automated meter reading sysytem ( AMR) Page 701 Appendix II-3 50. Digital Camera Page 703 Appendix II-4 40. ES-4 Page 48 Sec 1.10.4

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