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EMBEDDED SYSTEMELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENTVEER SURENDRA SAI UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGYVersion 1.0 , Dated 17-04-2015Prepared ByEr B.K.RanaAssistant Prof ., Electrical Engg.ES-1

SchemeRef 1:Introduction to embedded system:by SHIBU K.V., TMHPublicationRef 2: Embedded Systems – Architecture , Programming andDesign – by RAJKAMAL , TMH Publication1.Course ItemMODULE I7.Introduction toEmbedded System :What is embeddedsystemEmbedded systems VsGeneral ComputingsystemHistory of embeddedsystems , classificationof embedded systemMajor application area ofembedded sysPurpose of embededsystemTypical Embedded sys:Core of unicationInterfaceEmbedded Firmware12.Other system component13.PCB and PassivecomponentsMODULE IIHardware Software co-2.3.4.5.6.14.Ref 1Page 4Sec 1.1Page 4Sec 1.2Page 5,6Sec 1.3 , Sec 1,4Page 7Sec 1.5Page 8Sec 1.6Page 15Chap 2Page 28Sec 2.2Page 35Sec 2.3Page 35Sec 2.3Page 45Sec 2.4Page 59Sec 2.5Page 60Sec 2.6Page 64Sec 2.7Page 204Chap 7ES-2Ref 2Other

.32.33.design and programmingmodelFundamental Issues inHardware –Software codesignComutational modelEmbedded SystemIntroduction to unifiedmodeling language(UML)Hardware softwaretradeoffEmbeded Hardwaredesign and development: Analog designcomponentsDigital ElectronicscomponentVLSI and IntegratedCircuit designEmbedded Firmwaredesign and developmentEmbeddded Firmwaredesign approachEmbedded firmwaredevelopment languageProgramming inEmbedded CMODULE IIIReal Time operatingsystem (RTOS) basedembedded system designOperating system basicTypes of operatingsystemsTask process and threadsMultiprocessing andmulti taskingTask scheduling35.Thread and processschedulingPutting taskcommunicationTask synchronization36.Device drivers34.Page 205Sec 7.1Page 207Sec 7.2Page 214Sec 7.3Page 295Sec 6.5Page 219Sec 7.4Page 228Sec 8.1Page 230Sec 8.2Page 245Sec 8.3.1Page 302Chap 9Page 303Sec 9.1Page 313Sec 9.2.2Page 318Sec 9.3Page 381Chap 10Page 382Sec 10.1Page 386Sec10.2Page 390Sec 10.3Page 402Sec 10.4Page 404Sec 10.5Page 422Sec 10.6Page 426Sec 10.7Page 442Sec 10.8Page 476ES-3Page 25Sec 1.4.8Page 235,237Sec 5.1,5.2Page 350Chap 8Page 303Chap 7Page 2.20

37.How to choose RTOS38.39.41.MODULE IVEmbedded systemDevelopmentenvironment (IDE)Types of files generatedon cross compilationDissembler / 6.Target HardwaredebuggingDesign Case studies47.Sec 10.9Page 478Sec 10.10Sec 4.9Page 556Chap 13Sec 13.1Page 588Sec13.2Page 597Sec 13.3Page 598Sec 13.4Page 599Sec 13.4Page 599Sec 13.4Page 607Sec 13.5Page 669Appendix IIPage 43Sec 1.10Digital ClockPage 669Appendix II- 1Page 44Sec 1.10.348.Batterry operated smartcard ReaderPage 699Appendix II-249.Automated meterreading sysytem ( AMR)Page 701Appendix II-350.Digital CameraPage 703Appendix II-440.ES-4Page 48Sec 1.10.4

Assignments1. Draw IBM PC architecture and describe allcomponents2. What is difference between Microprocessor andMicro Controller .3. Describe a CPU which does floating point calculation.4. Describe Math coprocessor5. Describe Graphics processor6. Write 5 general purpose microprocessor and 5 microcontroller .7. Write a page on DSP processor8. What is PLD and describe comercial types .9. Write key words of C language . Give 1 linedescription for each.10. Differentiate Task , process , thread .11. Name five commercial operating system and 5 realtime operating system.12. Draw RESET curcuit for a CPU .13. Draw all diagrams used in High level language UML.14. What is Network Operating System ( NOS )? Giveit’s seven layer OSI architecture .15.16.17.ES-5

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2. Embedded systems Vs General Computing system Page 4 Sec 1.2 ; 3. History of embedded systems , classification of embedded system Page 5,6 Sec 1.3 , Sec 1,4 . 4. Major application area of embedded sys Page 7 Sec 1.5 5. Purpose of embeded system Page 8 Sec 1.6 6. Typical Embedded sys: Core of embedded system Page 15 Chap 2 : 7. Memory Page 28

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