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Description

Tekslate’s Firmware Development training will help you master the embedded software development skills in Firmware solutions. Our in-depth and practical solutions will help you to develop Firmware development projects through ARM-based microcontrollers. You will also be provided with two real-time Firmware projects under the guidance of certified Firmware trainers during training which will help you in clearing the Firmware Certification Exam.

Key Features

  • 30 hours of Instructor Led Firmware Development Training
  • Lifetime Access to Recorded Sessions
  • Practical Approach
  • 24/7 Support
  • Expert & Certified Trainers
  • Real World use cases and Scenarios
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Course Overview

After the completion of Firmware Development training at Tekslate, you will be able to

  • Learn embedded C and microcontroller programming.
  • Use a real-time operating system(RTOS) for application development.

  • Learn how to develop a Firmware for a particular application using the device datasheet.

  • Get an overview of compilers, controllers, and other development tools.

  • Develop interrupt driven Firmware Development projects.

 

  • The demand for Firmware professionals is increasing rapidly with the latest developments occurring in embedded technology.

  • Due to the high demand for Firmware Development, there are numerous job opportunities available all over the world.

  • Top multinational companies are recruiting certified Firmware professionals.

  • Firmware professionals are earning quite more salaries compared to professionals working on other technologies.

  • The average salary of Firmware professional is $107,831 USD per annum.

The following job roles will get benefited from learning this course:

  • Graduates from electrical, electronics, computer science, and instrumentation background are eligible for learning this course.

  • Embedded software professional

  • Firmware professional

There are no specific prerequisites for learning this course. Anyone who want to build their career in embedded and Firmware domain can join this training.

  • Having knowledge of embedded systems is an added advantage.
  • Basic knowledge of C and Micro controller could be added advantage but not mandatory

We will provide two real-time projects under the guidance of a professional trainer, who will explain to you how to acquire in-depth knowledge on all the concepts involved in these projects.

 

Course Curriculum

  • Overview of 8051 architecture, Stack, Queues, Pipeline, Boot loader
  • Application code area
  • Secondary Boot loader.
  • Binary format
  • Hardware storage methods.
  • Op codes
  • Mnemonics
  • Assemblers Vs Compiler’s
  • Instruction sets.
  • Why C? Why Not assembly/machine languages
  • Fundamentals of C
  • ANSI standards
  • Industry Coding standards
  • Hex file generation process
  • Conditional statements, Loops, Functions, Arrays, Strings, Storage classes, Structures & union
  • Enumerated data types
  • Bit operations, Pointers
  • Dynamic memory allocations
  • File handling concepts
  • Data structures, Array of pointers, Pointers and dynamic memory structures
  • Union and structure uses differences
  • Sorting and searching techniques
  • Managing data in arrays
  • Operations on arrays Vs strings
  • Managing data in linked lists
  • Testing of modules, Test drivers, test stubs
  • Single linked lists operations,
  • Doubly linked lists maintaining data, Stack, queue operations using arrays
  • Linked lists queue using arrays
  • Circular linked list
  • Linear search, Binary search, Hash-based search
  • Development tools and environment
  • Creating make files
  • GDB debugging of programs
  • Development Tools and Environments
  • Debugging techniques.
  • Project on C and data structures.
  • Overview and Characteristics
  • Function overloading
  • Scope resolution operator
  • Class in C++, Access Specifiers, Constructor, Destructor, Static members, Functions, Friend Classes, Friend Functions, Operator Overloading, Data Conversions, Inheritance, Polymorphism
  • Exception Handling
  • Templates
  • Input and Output stream.
  • Cross compilers
  • Embedded C programming
  • Embedded C debugging
  • Memory models
  • Library reference
  • #pragma directives.
  • Ports: INPUT/OUTPUT
  • Timers/counters
  • Interrupts, UART, Debugger.
  • LED, LCD, Switches
  • Seven segment display
  • Keyboard Matrix, TFT LCD, Touch Screen.
  • CAN
  • Modbus and SMBUS
  • I2S
  • Zigbee Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, GPRS, USB, Memory card, Ethernet.
  • Introduction
  • Core features
  • Version history
  • Data flow model, Registers, CPU modes
  • Memory organization, Interrupts, Pipelining
  • ARM assembly language programming
  • Addressing modes, ARM 7 instruction set, (20% 7 instruction set), (20/80%-rule of assembly language),
  • Usage of kEIL IDE
  • Demonstrating ARM ISA
  • Demonstrating THUMB ISA,
  • ARM embedded C languages Implementation,
  • Exposure to an ARM7 CPU
  • Core based microcontroller
  • LPC2114-ARM based Microcontroller from Philips
  • Semiconductors
  • On-chip system peripherals bus Structure (AMBA)
  • Memory map
  • Phase locked loop
  • VPB divider
  • On-chip user peripherals
  • General purpose I/O: demo, Using switch & LED, Vector interrupt controller (VIC), External interrupts demos.
  • Network structure
  • Classifications and Topologies
  • Switching and routing
  • Gateway, Repeater, Hub, Bridge, OSI layers, TCP/IP layers
  • Physical and logical address, ARP & RARP, Internet protocol, Routing protocol and IP datagrams
  • Error and Control Messages (ICMP) UDP
  • Transfer Control Protocol
  • TCP networking Applications, FTP, TFTP, TELNET, DNS, DHCP, SNTP, POP3, IMAP, SNMP.
  • Overview
  • Concurrent processing
  • Programming interface
  • Socket interface
  • Client/server design
  • Concurrent connection-oriented servers
  • Socket calls for TCP and UDP
  • Single process
  • Concurrent servers
  • Implementation of TFTP/SMTP.
  • RT-Linux
  • Different types of operating systems
  • RTOS basics-Linux as real-time
  • RTOS introduction (hard Real-time, soft real time)
  • Latency in Linux
  • Priority inheritance
  • Linux 2.6 features for real-time
  • 2.6 kernel compilation
  • RT LINUX patching
  • Linux RT PREEMPT patches
  • Configuring the kernel with RT-PATCH
  • Implementation of real-time application
  • Linux real-time API
  • Measuring and comparing scheduling latency in standard Linux and in RT-Linux with the latest RT patches
  • Porting RT-Linux on arm and application development.

FAQ's

  • Our trainers are well experienced professionals and certified in working with front-end development technologies.
  • We will record all the Live sessions you go through, and we will send the recording of the class you missed.
  • For practical execution, our trainer will provide server access to the student. 
  • All our training classes are live. This is to solve all the student queries directly with the trainer.
  • Live online training means, our trainer will be in online with you to solve your issues.
  • Pre-recorded training means, there will be no trainer available to solve your issues.
  • You can contact our Tekslate support team, or you can send an email to info@tekslate.com for your queries.
  • To avail all discounts offered by Tekslate, you need to visit the website regularly. However, there will be a group discount for 2 or more participants.
  • Yes, you will get your refund by cancelling some administration fee from the course. But, you should cancel your enrolment within 48 hours of registration, and then the refund will be retained within 30 days of a request.

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