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SESSION 1: Introduction to Robotics

  • Introduction to Robotics
  • Robotics and its application
  • Definition, of the Robots
  • Future of Robotics
  • Basic Parts for build a robot
  • Mechanical Structure
  • Power Supply
  • Motors
  • DC Motors: Construction & Characteristics

SESSION 2: Basic Electronics

  • Basic Electronics Component
  • Fundamental of Electronics Component
  • Resistor
  • Transistor
  • Capacitor
  • Diode

SESSION 3: Motor Driver Using H-Bridge

  • DC Motor Drivers
  • H-Bridge Motor Driver
  • Working of H-bridge & Concept
  • L293D Motor driver IC
  • Internal Circuit of IC
  • Hands on Session for H-Bridge interfacing

SESSION 4: Sensors

  • Introduction to Sensor
  • Types Of Sensors
  • Working principle of IR Sensor
  • Op-amp
  • Circuit of IR Sensor

SESSION 5: Introduction to microcontroller

  • What is microcontroller?
  • Difference Between microcontroller & microprocessor?
  • Introduction to ATmega 8 /16 microcontroller
  • Architecture of the AVR Microcontroller
  • RISC v/s CISC
  • How can we use an own microcontroller in our own circuit?
  • Pin description of the microcontroller
  • How to use I/O of the microcontroller

SESSION 6: Introduction to Embedded C Programming

  • Embedded C Programming for the Microcontroller
  • Introduction to AVR Studio and WinAVR
  • Introduction to C ,Flow Control and function
  • Program structure and debugging
  • How to program a microcontroller?

SESSION 7: Making of Ultrasonic Based Robot

  • Register of Timers
  • How to Configure the Timer in Microcontroller
  • Interfacing of Ultrasonic Sensor with Microcontroller
  • Concepts of Ultrasonic Sensor
  • Testing of Ultrasonic Based Robot

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