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Firmware Development Training

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This Firmware Development training course is meant to master you in embedded software development skills in the Firmware solutions. This one is an in-depth and practical course that helps you develop Firmware development projects with the help of ARM-based microcontrollers. You will also get to work with two real-time Firmware projects under the guidance of professionals and expert trainers.

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Curriculum

1.   What is Firmware?

  • Difference between a firmware and software.
  • Von Neumann Architecture
  • Harvard Architecture
  • AVR Architecture
  • PIC Architecture
  • ARM Architecture
  • Boundaries between microcontrollers and microprocessors back then
  • New Boundaries between microcontrollers and microprocessor
  • I2C
  • SPI
  • UART
  • USART
  • CAN Bus Protocol
  • EtherNet/IP
  • Profibus
  • Profinet
  • CANOpen
  • Modbus/TCP
  • RS232
  • RS485
  • TCP/IP
  • WiFi
  • BT
  • BLE 4.2 or 5.0 with Mesh
  • LoRaWAN
  • 6LoWPAN
  • Zigbee
  • Sub-GHz RF
  • Introduction to  Vxworks
  • Flash Memory
  • RAM
  • SDRAM
  • ROM
  • PROM
  • EPROM
  • EEPROM
  • OPTEE for Trusted Execution Environment (TEE)
  • Arduino Open Source Software.
  • Advantages of Proteus IDE.(No hardware Required).
  • Development Boards.
  • Arduino Uno development Board.
  • Hardware explanation
  • Atmega328P explanation 
  • I/O
  • Registers
  • Timers
  • Counters
  • Interrupts
  • Special function Registers
  • Interfacing LCD (16x2)
    • Display
    • Digital Clock
    • Scrolling Name
      • Right to left and then left to right
      • Up to down and then down to up
  • Example programs to explain: Registers, Timers, Counters, Interrupts, Special function Registers
  • Protocols
    • I2C
    • SPI
    • UART
    • USART
  • Introduction to Arduino IDE
  • Introduction to Atmel Studio
  • Introduction to Arduino Uno R3
  • Explanation of Microcontroller ATMEGA328P
  • LED Blink with Arduino UNO & AVR controller
  • PWM Output generation arduino & AVR
  • Reading Analog Data with Arduino UNO 
  • Interfacing LDR and Program automatic street light
  • Interfacing Servo Motor
  • Interfacing Stepper Motor
  • Interfacing simple DC Motor
  • CAN Bus implementation
  • BLDC Motor
  • Encoder, Decoder
  • 12C, SPI
  • 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.

Modes of Training

Self-Paced Training

Course Price

Access

Life Time LMS Access

Duration

30 Hours

Live Online Training

Course Price

Access

Life Time Video Access

Duration

30 Hours

Firmware Development Course Upcoming Batches

Weekday

21 May, 2022 - 21 Jun, 2022

01:30 AM IST
Weekday

23 May, 2022 - 23 Jun, 2022

01:30 AM IST
Weekend

28 May, 2022 - 28 Jun, 2022

02:30 AM IST
Weekend

30 May, 2022 - 30 Jun, 2022

02:30 AM IST

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Objectives

The objective of this online Firmware Development training is to help you learn embedded C and microcontroller programming. With a real-time operating system, you get to learn application development. You also learn how to develop a Firmware for a specific application with the help of a device datasheet.

With the latest developments in embedded technology, the demand for Firmware professionals is increasing constantly. With this demand, there are a variety of job opportunities available out there. Being a certified Firmware development professional, you can earn an average salary of $107,831.

This Firmware development certification course is for graduates from the field of instrumentation, computer science, electronics and electrical. Along with this, firmware professionals and embedded software professionals can also take part in this course.

In this Firmware development online training, you get to learn a variety of topics, such as:

  • Difference between a firmware and software.
  • Von Neumann Architecture
  • Boundaries between microcontrollers and microprocessor back then
  • I2C
  • WiFi
  • Introduction to  Vxworks
  • Flash Memory
  • OPTEE for Trusted Execution Environment (TEE)
  • Arduino Open Source Software

And much more!

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.

 

By enrolling in this Firmware Development training, you can become:  

  • Firmware Engineer
  • Firmware Application Designer
  • Firmware Application Engineer
  • Firmware Developer

Tekslate Advantage:

Real - World Projects

With real-world projects you’ll gain working experience that companies require while you get hired.

Career Services

Our career services include mock interviews, certification assistance and guide you to prepare your professional resume that gets you hired.

Flexible Learning Options

Customize your curriculum as per your project needs, learn at your own pace or choose the schedule that fits best to you.

Mentor Support

Our expert mentors help you when you are stuck in any time of the training sessions and help you stay on track.

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WILL I GET CERTIFICATE?

Upon completion of the training you’ll be provided a course completion certificate which adds weightage to your resume and increases your chances of getting hired.

Benefits:

  • Certification Assistance
  • Certification Sample Questions
  • FAQ's

    Firmware development offers the control as well as monitoring software required for hardware products and systems. It turns out to be essential for every device in today’s environment, be it a smartphone, an edge device, an aerospace sub-system or a defense system.

    Firmware helps decrease the development time by allowing you to use rapid generation of data warehouses, data streams and data marts. It also helps control the cost of data integration by supporting collaboration, common metadata, code reuse and more. Hence, the course is definitely worth learning.

    Firmware development certification is a proof of your skills. In a way, it tells that you got necessary skills to implement Firmware practically. This way, your potential employers can judge your skills and zero down upon whether to hire you or not.

    If you wish to get certified for Firmware development, you would have to first get enrolled in a reliable Firmware development training course. After completing this course, you will have to appear for an examination that should be passed successfully. Once done, you can then get the certificate. For professional assistance, you can also rely upon TekSlate and its team of professionals.

    The cost for Firmware Development certification is $250.

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