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12th November 2010, 07:03 PM
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What is the scope of embedded system?


Hello there,
I have completed my degree in electronics and communication engineering from f.e.t ,gurukula kangri vishwavidyalaya, Haridwar. I am planning to do a 6 months diploma course in embedded systems in an institute named Cranes varsity, Banglore. They said, that placement assisstance will be provided.
But my friends say that there is no use of doing such courses because there is no scope for embedded systems in India. They insisted me do other courses such as SAP, Java,.net etc, I am not interested in those areas at all. They added, doing course will not help you in getting job and its a waste of time, money. They said, you will be getting the same salary in Embedded domain which we get in software companies.
I am in a big dilemma whether to do course or to start applying for software jobs. I want to know the scope of Embedded system engineers in india and the pay scale for a fresher in that domain.

Bye.





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  #2  
14th November 2010, 02:58 AM
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Default Re: What is the scope of embedded system?

Sorry but your friends donot have good knowledge about this field.
This is the core field of electronis and have very good scope in present as well as in future.
Most of the electronic item are based on this technology and will develop in near future this gives you chance to R&D.
Better to go for course in this field and secure good future.
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1st December 2010, 03:49 PM
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Is embedded Systems domain in SAP company?
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3rd December 2010, 11:21 PM
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Default Re: What is the scope of embedded system?

Is it better choice to choose embedded system as the future for the student of Computer Engineering??
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11th December 2010, 01:10 PM
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dear,

embedded system is really a good ladder for the persons who are interested in ROBOTICS

robotics is the application of the embedded systems

assembly language used in embedded system is helping in understanding the micro controller and if you are good in embedded systems then

areas of microcontroller are in your domain so

best of luck
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14th February 2011, 07:44 PM
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how much does this course costs?
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15th February 2011, 04:36 PM
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As myself a electrical engg students , i advice you to do this as it have good scope either you take GATE or do Msc , it will be helpful to you.
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16th February 2011, 07:00 AM
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Default Re: What is the scope of embedded system?

Hi!
Being an Electronics and communication engineer we should be clear about embedded field..
It is an emerging and growing field all over the world. there is lot of scope in embedded field in future...sorry to say this, according to your friend java,sap may look good.those subjects are already been a well defined one..look towards the future where the world wants to be developed in that aspect embedded will bring you a full scope
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16th February 2011, 12:57 PM
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Default Re: What is the scope of embedded system?

Embedded System is always growing day by day...there are several projects and research in this work....it has the great potential in reducing the human effort..if you are really good in ES then there are lots of opportunity waiting for you...you can be recruited as a design engineer in any of the company...you have to be strong in your C,C++ and JAVA basics....
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Hello!
I am a final year EIE student ....i am also intersted to go for embedded system....my lecturers say that for learning embeddeds you first need to learn linux.....so my query is whether its necessary to learn linux??.....please help....
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10th March 2011, 02:26 PM
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hello all,
myself, I am an Embedded engineer working in a reputed company. ES is a very gud and interesting field if you hav a passion of playing with microcontrollers. All that you have to know is, gud basics in C,C++, Assembly level prog and with a basic electronic knowledge. These are more than sufficient for a beginner in this field. As you work on different projects, you will grow more in this field automatically.

ES is a very vast field. You can choose ur carrer in one of the areas in ES lik, programming, circuit design, protocols, testing and the list goes on. You have to find where you r excellng....

Regarding salary, you will get paid as equal as an IT employee of your exp. If u got gud skills, u can earn more thn they do too...
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Hi.. I am working with L n T,an instrumentation engg. as project engg. in POWER department. I want to know more about where these courses are available to help my friend who is much interested in these ES as an electronics and telecom.so plz to all senior ppl who r in the field of ES,guide us.THANK you.
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in embedded systems is again divided in to two sections-1)software and 2)hardware
so to enter in to s/w what are the basic knowledge must be have and same as in h/w what are the basic knowledge must be have
please describe it in detailed,mail me if any body can clarify my query at [email protected] or [email protected]
and please give me the embedded companies list where it has more scope for an entry level,thanking u frnds,,,,,,,..
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I am Anil mishra
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I wants to know which language is best to go in the field of embeded system
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28th March 2011, 04:16 AM
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Default Re: What is the scope of embedded system?

hi
embedded systems has lots of scope in industrial .
And it is very good to go for a six month course as this would help you in placement.
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Hello,
I am a final year B.Tech Electronics & Telecom student....i want to make a career in Embedded system....please help me to know that......what is it's future in INDIA......What are the areas where i should strong to start Embedded System career....

Thanks.
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12th April 2011, 10:54 AM
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can anyone pls cite any examples of companies recruiting for r&d in ES in india...
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my self neha i dfo not know the feature scope so please tell me
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14th April 2011, 03:33 AM
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Default Re: What is the scope of embedded system?

you need not have two thoughts in your mind EMBEDDED is the most important feature for an electronics engineer.

by doing a diploma you will b studing whole electronics in detail and noting is better than that.

you must go for it and completeyour diploma. its very benificial and will bring you jobs with higher pay loads...

Embedded Systems:


Embedded systems
are involved in almost every facet of modern life including cell phones, pagers, answering machines, microwave ovens, televisions, CD and DVD players, video game consoles, remote controls, fax machines, and digital cameras. Modern automobiles may contain as many as 65 embedded microprocessors, controlling such tasks as antilock breaking, climate control, engine control, audio system control, and airbag deployment. Embedded processor sales far outweigh any other type of microprocessor.

This tremendous growth in embedded computing has given rise to demand for engineers with experience in designing and implementing embedded systems.



So, the students completing the Advanced Course in Embedded systems will be equipped with the needful technical skills concerning

Evaluating
Developing
Implementing
Integrating

Embedded systems, and will understand the role of embedded systems in the context of complex engineering systems.


Duration :6 Months
Eligibility : B.E/B.Tech, M.Tech, M.sc (electronics branches)



ADVANCED COURSE IN EMBEDDED SYSTEMS


C
Why C in Embedded
ANSI Standard
Fundamentals of C
Datatypes and Constants
Simple & Formatted I/O
Memory Usage
Operators & Expressions
Flow Control
Loops

Functions
Role of Functions
Pass by value / reference
Returning values from Functions
Recursive Functions
Call Back Functions
Implications on Stack
Library Vs User defined function
Passing variable number of arguments


Arrays

Defining, initializing and using arrays
Multi Dimensional Arrays
Arrays of Characters and Strings
Arrays and Pointers
Passing arrays to functions
String handling with and without library functions

Storage Classes
Scope and Life
Automatic, Static, External, Register
Memory(CPU / RAM)

Structures & Unions
What structures are for
Declaration, initialization
Accessing like objects
Nested Structures
Array of Structures
Passing structures through functions
Allocation of memory and holes
Structure Comparison
Structure bit operation
Typedef for portability
Unions
Overlapping members

Enumerated data types
Enum, Indexing, enum Vs #define

Bit Operations

AND ( & ), OR ( | ), XOR ( ^ )
Compliment ( ~ )
Left-Shift ( << ), Right Shift ( >> )
Masking, Setting, Clearing and Testing of Bit / Bits

Pointers
The purpose of pointers
Defining pointers
The & and * operators
Pointer Assignment
Pointer Arithmetic
Multiple indirections
Advanced pointer types
Generic and Null Pointer
Function Pointers
Pointers to Arrays and Strings
Array of Pointers
Pointers to Structure and Union
Pointers to Dynamic memory
Far, Near and Huge Pointers
Pointer Type Casting

Dynamic Memory Allocation
Malloc(), Calloc(), Realloc(), Free()
Farmalloc(), Farcalloc()

File Handling Concepts
Concept of a FILE data type
Inode, FILE structure
File pointer
Character handling routines
Formatted Data Routines
Raw data Routines
Random Access to FILE

Command line Arguments
Argc, argv
Variable Inputs to the main

Compiler in Practical
Preprocessor Directives
Compiler, Assembler, Linker
Conditional Compilation
Multiple File Compilation
Code Optimization techniques
Volatile, #pragma

Data Structures
Linear & non-linear
Homogeneous & non-homogeneous
Static & Dynamic
Single, Double & Circular Linked Lists
Stacks & Queues
Binary Trees

Sorting and Searching Techniques
Insertion, Selection, Bubble, Merge, Quick, Heap

Concepts and Real-time Exposure
Development Tools and Environment
Make Utility
MISRA Coding Standards
Object / Executable File Format
Debugger




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Introduction
Kernel Architecture
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Process Control Block
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Process Limits
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Interrupts

Process Interrupt
Raise of Signal
Catching signal
Signal action

File Management

Files and File Attributes
File Descriptor
File I/O
Duplicating File & File Descriptor
File Control operations
File types
Protection
Inode

Inter Process Communication & Synchronization

Pipe
Fifo
Message Queue
Shared Memory
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Threads

Creation
Termination
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Error and Control Messages (ICMP) UDP
Transfer Control Protocol
TCP Networking Applications
(FTP, TFTP,TELNET,DNS,DHCP,SNTP,POP3,IMAP,SNMP)


Socket Programming
Overview
Concurrent Processing
Programming Interface
Socket Interface
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Concurrent Connection-Oriented Servers
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Overview of Architecture of 8051

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Addressing Modes
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Developing, Building and Debugging ALP’s

Middle Level Programming Concepts

Cross Compiler
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Memory Models
Library reference
Use of #pragma directive
Functions, Parameter passing and return types

On-Chip Peripherals
Ports: Input/output
Timers & Counters
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External Interfaces
LEDS
Switches (Momentary type, Toggle type)
Seven Segment Display: (Normal mode, BCD mode,
Internal Multiplexing & External Multiplexing)
LCD (4bit, 8bit, Busy Flag, Custom Character Generation)
Keypad Matrix

Protocols
I2C (EEPROM), SPI (EEPROM)

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A/D & D/A Converter
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I2C Protocol
(RTC:800583,DS1307 ADC:PCF8591, DS1621)
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IR Communications (Phillips RC5 Protocol)
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Task Management
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Dead Lock Handling, Watch-Dog Timer
Semaphores & Message queue
Pipes & I/O Drivers
Priority Inversion and inheritance
Socket Programming
B.S.P Creation
Kernel configuration, Build and Load
Application loading through Target Server
Installation and Implementation
Porting of VxWorks on Intel-X86 board

Object Oriented Programming with C++

Overview
Characteristics
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Access Specifiers
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Friend Classes, Friend Functions
Operator Overloading
Data Conversions
Inheritance, Polymorphism
Exception Handling, Templates
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Final Project

Optional Modules
ARM

Additional Modules
Symbian
WinCE
Windows Mobile
Linux Device Drivers
VHDL



so EMBEDDED is full of scope go for it....
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14th April 2011, 09:42 AM
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Default Re: What is the scope of embedded system?

in embedded systems is again divided in to two sections-1)software and 2)hardware
so to enter in to s/w what are the basic knowledge must be have and same as in h/w what are the basic knowledge must be have
please describe it in detailed,mail me if any body can clarify my query at [email protected] or [email protected]
and please give me the embedded companies list where it has more scope for an entry level,thanking u frnds,,,,,

thanks
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14th April 2011, 01:36 PM
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Quote:
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my self neha i dfo not know the feature scope so please tell me
Hi,

Embedded System in present Scenario has a very wide scope.Its includes doth hardware and software portion.

Its really a good field for the persons who are interested in ROBOTICS.

Robotics is the top most application of the embedded systems

Embedded System includes programming, circuit design, protocols , testing areas of microcontroller and so on...

In short its a very good field which provide ladder for successful career.

All the Best....
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9th May 2011, 03:36 PM
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hello guys,
i'm thinking of doing my MS in embedded systems...so can i know have i made good choice???n how is the field??is there a future in this field???thank u.....
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9th May 2011, 03:45 PM
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hello,
i'm thinking of doing my MS in Embedded system in UK..have i made the right choice???is there any future in this field...???thank u ...plz do reply soon...
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15th May 2011, 04:59 PM
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Quote:
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hello,
i'm thinking of doing my MS in Embedded system in UK..have i made the right choice???is there any future in this field...???thank u ...plz do reply soon...
Hello Adarsh i am also get admition for Embedded system in UK. i will plan my ms on loan .. so wats b scope of getting jobs in UK itself or after coming back to India with
MS in Embedded System...
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19th May 2011, 10:47 PM
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hi i have completed my b.e with low percentage of 58.67% and i was very worried about it and i also done my diploma with 67.67% and i have an idea of doing embedded douse this percentage will affect job searching if then what should i do to get a job pleas guide me. if interested to reply pleas use this id ([email protected])

thank you
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23rd May 2011, 11:36 AM
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in india gettin job under Embeddded System sucks unless ur frm NIT/IIT..
So MS frm US is d only way u can have a cool job or try Mtech through GATE
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31st May 2011, 08:01 AM
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what job are available in ES in india and what much salary?
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12th June 2011, 02:49 PM
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I am a Computer Science Graduate in year 2011. I got a offer of training in embedded systems. I do have basic level of H/W knowledge. Do you think is better for me to do a course on embedded systems as my stream changes from Application Level Programming to System Level Programming??? I am Confused. What you all suggest??
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4th July 2011, 04:51 PM
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i, so much interested in software side . so i want to chose ES .i want to work in sap knowledge... can you give me suggestion ....in ES and software . and ...so
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5th July 2011, 12:49 AM
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Default Re: What is the scope of embedded system?

Hi,
an Embedded system is a special purpose computer system designed to perform one or a few dedicated function often with real time computing constraints.
Embedded system are gaining increasing importance in all aspects of Engineering.
In future no technical artifact exist without Embedded system.
So you have a bright future.

Best wishes...
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11th July 2011, 02:15 PM
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Hello everyone,i am a BE fresher of 2011 batch with ECE branch,i want to start my carrier in ES........as i came to know there are many fields like Protocol,Circuit design,Testing etc...which field is more demanding now a days?which all books are there i should refer to start a good carrier in Embedde system,kindly comment on my queries.......or u can mail me at [email protected] Thank you :-)
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13th July 2011, 01:52 AM
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Default Re: What is the scope of embedded system?

Hi dear,

you need not have two thoughts in your mind EMBEDDED is the most important feature for an electronics engineer.

by doing a diploma you will b studing whole electronics in detail and noting is better than that.

you must go for it and completeyour diploma. its very benificial and will bring you jobs with higher pay loads...

Embedded Systems:


Embedded systems are involved in almost every facet of modern life including cell phones, pagers, answering machines, microwave ovens, televisions, CD and DVD players, video game consoles, remote controls, fax machines, and digital cameras. Modern automobiles may contain as many as 65 embedded microprocessors, controlling such tasks as antilock breaking, climate control, engine control, audio system control, and airbag deployment. Embedded processor sales far outweigh any other type of microprocessor.

This tremendous growth in embedded computing has given rise to demand for engineers with experience in designing and implementing embedded systems.



So, the students completing the Advanced Course in Embedded systems will be equipped with the needful technical skills concerning

Evaluating
Developing
Implementing
Integrating

Embedded systems, and will understand the role of embedded systems in the context of complex engineering systems.


Duration :6 Months
Eligibility : B.E/B.Tech, M.Tech, M.sc (electronics branches)



ADVANCED COURSE IN EMBEDDED SYSTEMS

C
Why C in Embedded
ANSI Standard
Fundamentals of C
Datatypes and Constants
Simple & Formatted I/O
Memory Usage
Operators & Expressions
Flow Control
Loops

Functions
Role of Functions
Pass by value / reference
Returning values from Functions
Recursive Functions
Call Back Functions
Implications on Stack
Library Vs User defined function
Passing variable number of arguments


Arrays
Defining, initializing and using arrays
Multi Dimensional Arrays
Arrays of Characters and Strings
Arrays and Pointers
Passing arrays to functions
String handling with and without library functions

Storage Classes
Scope and Life
Automatic, Static, External, Register
Memory(CPU / RAM)

Structures & Unions
What structures are for
Declaration, initialization
Accessing like objects
Nested Structures
Array of Structures
Passing structures through functions
Allocation of memory and holes
Structure Comparison
Structure bit operation
Typedef for portability
Unions
Overlapping members

Enumerated data types
Enum, Indexing, enum Vs #define

Bit Operations
AND ( & ), OR ( | ), XOR ( ^ )
Compliment ( ~ )
Left-Shift ( << ), Right Shift ( >> )
Masking, Setting, Clearing and Testing of Bit / Bits

Pointers
The purpose of pointers
Defining pointers
The & and * operators
Pointer Assignment
Pointer Arithmetic
Multiple indirections
Advanced pointer types
Generic and Null Pointer
Function Pointers
Pointers to Arrays and Strings
Array of Pointers
Pointers to Structure and Union
Pointers to Dynamic memory
Far, Near and Huge Pointers
Pointer Type Casting

Dynamic Memory Allocation
Malloc(), Calloc(), Realloc(), Free()
Farmalloc(), Farcalloc()

File Handling Concepts
Concept of a FILE data type
Inode, FILE structure
File pointer
Character handling routines
Formatted Data Routines
Raw data Routines
Random Access to FILE

Command line Arguments
Argc, argv
Variable Inputs to the main

Compiler in Practical
Preprocessor Directives
Compiler, Assembler, Linker
Conditional Compilation
Multiple File Compilation
Code Optimization techniques
Volatile, #pragma

Data Structures
Linear & non-linear
Homogeneous & non-homogeneous
Static & Dynamic
Single, Double & Circular Linked Lists
Stacks & Queues
Binary Trees

Sorting and Searching Techniques
Insertion, Selection, Bubble, Merge, Quick, Heap

Concepts and Real-time Exposure
Development Tools and Environment
Make Utility
MISRA Coding Standards
Object / Executable File Format
Debugger




Mini Project 1

Linux Internals

Introduction
Kernel Architecture
Application
Shell and Services
System Calls
Error Handling

Library
Linker and Loader
Static Dynamic Library

Process Management
Process Control Block
Process Creation and Exit
Process Scheduling Policies
Process Limits
Process Priorities
Foreground & Background Processes
Race Condition
Synchronization
Copy-on-write
Process time values
Daemon Process

Interrupts
Process Interrupt
Raise of Signal
Catching signal
Signal action

File Management
Files and File Attributes
File Descriptor
File I/O
Duplicating File & File Descriptor
File Control operations
File types
Protection
Inode

Inter Process Communication & Synchronization
Pipe
Fifo
Message Queue
Shared Memory
Client – Server properties
Semaphore

Threads
Creation
Termination
Synchronization
Attributes

Memory Management
Paging
Reentrancy
Segmentation
Virtual Memory
Memory Protection
Memory Sharing

Shell Script
Types of Shell
Shell Variables
Control Statements
Looping
Command Line Arguments

Mini Project 2

Networking and TCP/IP Applications
Network Structure
Classifications and Topologies
Switching and Routing
Gateway, repeater, Hub, Bridge
OSI & TCP/IP Protocol Layers
Physical & Logical Addresses
ARP & RARP
nternet 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)


Socket Programming
Overview
Concurrent Processing
Programming Interface
Socket Interface
Client / Server Design
Concurrent Connection-Oriented Servers
Socket Calls for TCP and UDP
Single Process
Concurrent Servers
Remote Procedure Call
Implementation of TFTP / SMTP

Mini Project 3

Microcontroller Inter 8051

Introduction
Microprocessor vs Microcontroller
CISC vs RISC

Overview of Architecture of 8051
Processor Core and Functional Block Diagram
Description of memory organization
Overview of ALL SFR’s and their basic functionality

Low-level Programming Concepts
Addressing Modes
Instruction Set and Assembly Language (ALP)
Developing, Building and Debugging ALP’s

Middle Level Programming Concepts
Cross Compiler
Embedded C Implementation, prog. * Debugging
Differences from ASNSI-C
Memory Models
Library reference
Use of #pragma directive
Functions, Parameter passing and return types

On-Chip Peripherals
Ports: Input/output
Timers & Counters
Interrupts, UART

External Interfaces
LEDS
Switches (Momentary type, Toggle type)
Seven Segment Display: (Normal mode, BCD mode,
Internal Multiplexing & External Multiplexing)
LCD (4bit, 8bit, Busy Flag, Custom Character Generation)
Keypad Matrix

Protocols
I2C (EEPROM), SPI (EEPROM)

Keil’s RTX51 Tiny / Pumpkin’s Salvo
Overview
Specifications
Single-Tasking Programs
Multi-Tasking Programs
RTX51 Tiny Programs
Theory of Operation
Timer Tick Interrupt
Task Management & Scheduler Events
Round-Robin & Co-operative Task Switching
Idle Task
Stack Management
Function Reference
Porting on to H/W
Implementation Examples

Selective Discussion during Project Development
A/D & D/A Converter
Stepper motor, DC Motor
I2C Protocol
(RTC:800583,DS1307 ADC:PCF8591, DS1621)
SPI Protocols
(ADC:MCP3001)
IR Communications (Phillips RC5 Protocol)
ZIGBEE, GSM, GPS, USB, MMC & SD
Ethernet MAC, CAN Protocol

Mini Project 4

Real Time Operating System

VxWorks RTOS
Introduction to Tornado
Wind Kernel and POSIX features
Tornado Development Tools
Task Management
Priority based, Round Robin based
Inter Task Communication and Synchronization
Dead Lock Handling, Watch-Dog Timer
Semaphores & Message queue
Pipes & I/O Drivers
Priority Inversion and inheritance
Socket Programming
B.S.P Creation
Kernel configuration, Build and Load
Application loading through Target Server
Installation and Implementation
Porting of VxWorks on Intel-X86 board

Object Oriented Programming with C++
Overview
Characteristics
Function Overloading
Scope Resolution Operator
Classes 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 Streams

Final Project

Optional Modules
ARM

Additional Modules
Symbian
WinCE
Windows Mobile
Linux Device Drivers
VHDL



so EMBEDDED is full of scope go for it....

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hello everybody,
#19 post is much usefull. Thankyou sir.
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is there any seminar on embedded system who talk directly face to face in mumbai.
if yes can you able to send on my email adress [email protected]
pls i am waitting...
thanque.
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is embedded system(ES) is better than wireless mobile communication(WiMC) in CDAC?
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hi evey one, my name is rajesh completed b.tech in ECE in 2010 passout . i wasted almost oneyear time unknowingly... please suggest me what to do now .. whether enter in embedded field are .. should i take any .net course... and also after completion of course any company consider me are not... because wasted one year of time, all are saying i had no chance of doing any software jobs .... please suggest me i am in very confusion and all i lost my confidence ... please tell me any opportunity for me .. and what to do
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I AM SANTOSH, i am intrstd in embedded coarse. bt i hav aggr of nly 55%.does it mattr aftr my embedded coarse completion. pls answr me seniors.
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sir, i am an mca student i want do embeded systems.but my friends said it is for btech graduates.no one recruite mca
students.can we do it.
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Is embedded systems company good for software engineers??
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Hi,

Actually I will congratulate you that you have posted this question here to get proper answer , otherwise If u had followed your friend advise without discussing here , then you would be in trouble.

Actually, there is a huge scope for embedded system in India and it is increasing very fast. Today there are large requirement for the embedded engineers in the tech cities like Bangalore , Hyderabad, Mumbai etc.

I will strongly suggest you to go for diploma course. There are lot more institutes who have expert faculties , who can train you and also make you learn the case studies.

Only thing that matter is you have to find out good institute and also you should discuss about placement to the other student who have already enrolled with such institutes.

Java,.Net etc. software field is good , but here you have the choice and also you are a student of B.E.(ECE)so , I will strongly recommend you to go for embedded course.

best of luck
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SIR, which programming language is compulsory to learn for embedded systems ? is C language sufficient to learn embeddedsystems??????
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An embedded systems designer needs to be a multidisciplinary engineer with software programming skills and a broad background in electronic engineering. They must know how to implement procedures to control the target system effectively. Another important element in an embedded systems engineer's career is the ability to manage projects of various complexities.
Professional engineers are involved in creating the technology demanded by society to cater for its needs in consumer goods, medical equipment, transportation, communication and industrial tools. The list is not exhaustive and continues to grow on a daily basis. This growth has led to a significant skills shortage in the embedded systems engineering sectors. Embedded systems are ubiquitous in all areas of engineering and graduates are likely to be employed in a diverse range of industries with a salary above the average for traditional engineers.
Embedded systems are gaining increasing importance in all aspects of engineering. It is expected that in the near future roughly no technical artifact will exist without embedded information technology. There is a tendency to software oriented embedded and/or dependable systems, based on standardized micro-controller cores. This implies that the design of embedded real-time software and real-time operating systems will play a dominant role in this field. As more and more networks of micro-controllers are applied, real-time communication systems and in general the design of distributed embedded systems will gain importance. As high-performance embedded computing components have become available the challenges of designing embedded systems have become more acute.

The scope comprises in detail to:

organize events in the area of ES (e.g. DIPES (Distributed and Parallel Embedded Systems));

seek co-operation with user and interest groups as well as with ES-oriented groups within IFIP and other societies;

discuss, disseminate and exchange information on ES-related standardization activities;

study and encourage curricula on ES design;

initiate and organize new ES-related activities.

GOOD LUCK.
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HI,

Embedded systems are involved in almost every facet of modern life including cell phones, pagers, answering machines, microwave ovens, televisions, CD and DVD players, video game consoles, remote controls, fax machines, and digital cameras. Modern automobiles may contain as many as 65 embedded microprocessors, controlling such tasks as antilock breaking, climate control, engine control, audio system control, and airbag deployment. Embedded processor sales far outweigh any other type of microprocessor.

In short its a very good field which provide ladder for successful career.

All the Best
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Hello I did BE in Information technology ( which had a bit of electronics(5% of subjects) part like Analog Electronics, Digital Electronics,DSP,VLSI and 90 % subjects were of Computer Science) . I was strong in Analog and Digital Electronics those days but bit weak in DSP and very weak in VLSI..So for me please suggest which will be better to do in MS. is it better for me to do MS in Real Time Embedded Systems or it is better to do MS in Computer Science And Networking.Please note I am also interested to do PhD in future.
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Hello I did BE in Information technology ( which had a bit of electronics(5% of subjects) part like Analog Electronics, Digital Electronics,DSP,VLSI and 90 % subjects were of Computer Science) . I was strong in Analog and Digital Electronics those days but bit weak in DSP and very weak in VLSI..So for me please suggest which will be better to do in MS. is it better for me to do MS in Real Time Embedded Systems or it is better to do MS in Computer Science And Networking.Please note I am also interested to do PhD in future.
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WHAT WILL BE THE SALARY OFFERED TO EMBEDDED SYSTEM ENGINEER?
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5th December 2012, 11:13 AM
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Scope of Embedded System :

Neural Networks

Heuristic Search

Artificial Sensors

Intelligent Agent

Natural Language Processing

Language Translation

Following Companies provided Jobs :

Reliance Infotech

SAIL

Suzuki Motors

BHEL

Tata Steel & Power Limited

Jaypee Groups

L & T

Jindal Infotech

Elite Core

Robert Bosch

Nuevo Networks

Cupola Technology

TINS Info

VEM Technologies

SM Research Labs

VVDN Technologies

Raybiztech

WinIT

NOMUS




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Myself saravanan iam studying B.E (EEE). In above #45 anushuman said Embedded system is only 5% of electronics and 90% for computer science. Is embedded system suitable for EEE guys?Answer me or send answer to [email protected]
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