Course Outline

Introduction

  • Microcontroller vs Microprocessor
  • Arduino vs Rasberry Pi

Overview of Embedded Systems

Selecting the Right Arduino Board for Your Project

The Mindset for Learning Arduino

Fundamentals of Arduino Electronics

Understanding a Circuit Diagram

Using a DVM (Digital Voltmeter)

How to Not Blow up GPIO Pins and Other Safety Precautions

Connecting Everything Together

Software and Hardware Tools for Arduino

Exploring the Arduino IDE

Programming the Arduino

Writing Your First Program: A Blinking Light ("Hello World" of Electronics)

Programming Fundamentals: Loops, conditionals, variables, functions, and parameters

Overview of Input/Output (I/O) Interfaces

Configuring the Input Sensors

LEDs, Switches, Buzzers, and Display Devices

Configuring the Output Devices (LEDs and electro-mechanic robotics)

Programming Sensor-to-Output Device Control

Project: Automatic Light Adjustment System

Analog to Digital Conversion (ADC)

Serial Communication and UART Programming

Sensor sticks, motors and audio devices

Project: TBD

Testing and Debugging

Extending Arduino's Capabilities

Joining the Arduino Community

Troubleshooting

Closing remarks

Requirements

  • No previous programming experience required.
  • A basic understanding or interest in hardware.

Audience

  • Beginner developers
  • Hardware/software technicians
  • Technical persons in all industries
  • Hobbyists
 21 Hours

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