About Microcontroller Lab

Microprocessors and Microcontrollers Laboratory helps scholars to develop their knowledge of processor architecture and programming skills. This laboratory houses the hardware, which incorporates 8085 Microprocessor trainer kits, 8086 Microprocessor trainer kits, 8051 Microcontroller trainer kits, interfacing cards, and software Keil-51. In addition, this laboratory provides hands-on experience to interface I/O devices, perform A/D and D/A conversions, digital design clock, traffic signal system, etc. The features and facilities available during this laboratory help the scholars try to do their projects enhance their knowledge of the newest trends and technologies. Students from other branches of engineering also use this laboratory and develop their skills within the field of Microprocessors & Microcontrollers and their applications.

Practical's/experiments carried out in thelaboratory

Part A: Software Programs

The experiments here can be implemented on a simulator using KEIL IDE using assembly language.

  1. Data movement and block exchange
  2. Find largest or smallest numbers in a series & Sorting numbers in ascending / descending order
  3. Data conversion programs
  4. Counters using conditional statements and loop structures.

Part B: Hardware Programs

The experiments may be implemented using KEIL IDE with embedded 'C' programming

  1. Control the speed of a DC motor using PWM.
  2. Rotate the Stepper motor in a specified direction (clockwise or counter-clockwise).
  3. Generate waveforms using DAC.
  4. Hardware implementation of LCD control using 8051 microcontrollers.

Major Equipment/Software used in the Lab

Software used

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