We lead to the Digital Era...

Day 1:

  • Creating and Simulating a Model

  • Create a simple Simulink model, simulate it, and analyze the results

  • Define the potentiometer system

  • Explore the Simulink environment interface

  • Create a Simulink model of the potentiometer system

  • Simulate the model and analyze results

Day 2:

  • Modeling Programming Constructs

  • Model and simulate basic programming constructs in Simulink

  • Comparisons and decision statements

  • Zero crossings

  • MATLAB Function block

  • Modeling Discrete Systems

  • Model and simulate discrete systems in Simulink

  • Define discrete states

  • Create a model of a PI controller

  • Model discrete transfer functions and state space systems

  • Model multirate discrete systems

Day 3:

  • Modeling Continuous Systems

  • Model and simulate continuous systems in Simulink

  • Create a model of a throttle system

  • Define continuous states

  • Run simulations and analyze results

  • Model impact dynamics

  • Solver Selection: Select a solver that is appropriate for a given Simulink model

  • Solver behavior

  • System dynamics

  • Discontinuities

  • Algebraic loops

DAY 1:

  • What is Embedded system?

  • Components of Embedded system

  • What makes Embedded system Different

  • Processors and Controllers

  • Classification of Embedded system

  • Understanding Hardware and Software

  • Understanding GPIO

  • Blinking of LED

  • Understanding Binary concepts

  • Shifting Operation

  • Understanding the hardware

  • Obtaining input in microcontroller

  • Switches controlling LED

  • First sample Application

DAY 2:

  • Understanding Data and Control lines

  • String display in LCD

  • Displaying integers

  • Designing LCD clock

  • Programming 7 segment

  • Understanding Data and Selection lines

  • Time Division Multiplexing

  • Designing 7 segment clock

  • Programming samples

DAY 3:

  • Programming for digital sensors

  • Application control using Infrared sensor- Examples

  • Motor basics

  • Working of Geared and Gearless motors

  • Motor control in two directions

  • Switch controlled Motor

  • Understanding ADC

  • Understanding Registers

  • Interfacing Analog sensors

  • Obtaining ADC values in LCD


Day 1:

  • Introduction to LabView

  • LabVIEW Environment, Front Panel

  • Block Diagram

  • Dataflow Programming

  • LabVIEW Documentation Resources

  • Debugging Techniques- Modular Programming

  • Using SubVIs, Icons and Connector Panes, creating customized icons for SubVI Debugging Techniques

  • Creating a SubVI from Sections of a VI

  • Repetition And Loops

  • While Loops

  • For Loops

  • Accessing Previous Loop Data using shift registers, stacked shift registers

  • Feedback nodes Debugging Techniques

  • Communicating among parallel while loops

  • Passing data between two loops and synchronizing loops during run-time

Day 2:

  • Arrays

  • Auto-Indexing of arrays

  • Array Functions and different array operations

  • Polymorphism and Polymorphic Vis

  • Clusters & Cluster Functions

  • Creating cluster

  • Bundle and unbundle operations on Clusters

  • Error Clusters to capture and merge errors while running a VI

  • String Functions for formatting and manipulating strings

  • Plotting Data

  • Waveform Charts

  • Waveform and XY Graphs

Day 3:

  • Making Decisions In A VI

  • Making Decisions with the Select Function

  • Case Structures of Ring Control

  • Enumerated Ring Control

  • Tab Control

  • Error Cases

  • Timed Loops

  • Formula Node, MathScript Node

  • Sequence Structures and controlling VI execution flow

  • File I/O: File I/O VIs and Functions

  • High-Level File I/O Vis

  • Low-Level File I/O VI and Functions

  • Formatting Spreadsheet Strings

  • Customizing Vis: Configuring the Appearance of Front Panels

  • Opening SubVI Front Panels when a VI Runs

  • Keyboard Shortcuts for Controls

  • Editing VI Properties

  • Customizing the Controls and Functions Palettes

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