February 5, 2011 at 2:58 pm #644selenaParticipant
i’m an engg student 4m ECE an i’ve jst started learning abt microcontrollers.
I want 2 work on a project using 8051.
Can i plz get some suggestions about which topic 2 select and How 2 start off………..
Plz reply…….February 5, 2011 at 8:30 pm #5436IMTISAL AKHTARParticipant
i am also a student of engg,,,, i also started learning 8051 2 year ago but now i have much knoweldge about 8051,,,, also i have number of collection of books about 8051 ,,,, if you want to get these kindly send me some kind of source or email id or anything else so that i can provide you those books….
These books are great for Beginners….
Electronics Eng.February 7, 2011 at 7:28 am #5445dagakshayParticipant
i am workin in thz field from a long time….. i tried may books but all says only one thing you understand only those thing on which you practically work… my suggestion not to get strut on those books if you are really a begineer or really want to learn some somthing just go througth the tutorials given on the site links i am giving below they are very nicely explained… i went through them they are really very informative… select any one controller 8051 or AVR its upto you… all the best… and if if you have any query ask on the forum we will try to solve it…
what is microcontroller
wht is 8051 micro controller
what is AVR microcontroler
tutorials:March 12, 2011 at 8:41 am #5720romel emperadoParticipant
learn by rading books ang doing actual projectsJanuary 13, 2012 at 8:54 am #7030savani shashikantParticipant
dear selena ,start the project on the rf wireless concept using micJanuary 19, 2012 at 5:40 pm #7047alokParticipant
i would suggest 8051 microcontroller by mazidi to understand the basic of microcontroller programming…also if ur new in 8051 u should use 89s51or 89s52 controllers to begin with…they r cheap and easy to program…heres the link for mazidi..February 9, 2012 at 6:08 am #7123subhajitParticipant
Make a line follower robot using 8051 mc as ur a bgnar…it ‘ll help u to understand many thing.else u can do grid solving robot .
PH NO-9437411813February 10, 2012 at 11:44 am #7134Syed AameerParticipant
Keep the Mazidi book and 8051 development board.
Start with LED then LCD,7 segment,switches,Keypad,Motors,sensors,Serial communication,ADC,relays,buzzers etc… Later you will come to know what u want to learn…GSM,GPS,Biometric,RF,RFID, DTMF etc…………February 19, 2012 at 3:39 pm #7186aryan mehraParticipant
can any one tell me that how to get input for 8051 from an tauch screenJune 3, 2012 at 1:51 pm #7958AnonymousGuest
automatic gate control of train
line follower robot
is best for fresher studentsJune 3, 2012 at 4:09 pm #7959sushilParticipant
1. First of all go through MAZIDI clear all basic thing.
2. Learn all syntax n try to do basic interfacing using assmbly language with the help of keil and proteus.
3. when you are confident about ur work go for hardware interfacing.When you know each and every thing you are able to do any project.
4 After assembly go for c programing
the tutorials which are given here are usefull to start
sushilkumarJune 3, 2012 at 4:51 pm #7960AJISH ALFREDParticipant
The links provided by dagakshay on his post are great for beginners. And what I could suggest more is to simply select any 8051 microcontroller and learn its datasheet thorougly.
From the datasheet itself you can learn about I/O ports, adc, timers, interrupt, uart etc.
After that try some simple basic codes like led blinking and all.
Also keep in mind that learning about the microcontroller won’t help you much, because microcontroller is used for embedded Systems. So you should learn about other modules like LCD, gps, gprs etc. and the technique used for interfacing them.
Just post your doubts on this forum and you will surely get answers right here itself.
All the best.June 4, 2012 at 2:30 pm #7965AmrithParticipant
All the above suggestions are good enough to begin your study on microcontrollers. Basically start from
Step 1: I/O’s of microcontrolles(Interfacing LED’s, Digital Sensors & Keypad) –> It gives good knowledge to control I/O devices.
Step 2: Serial Communication (Sending & Receving data to & from Hyper Terminal) –> It mostly covers all the serial communication based devices.
Step 3: Parallel Interface (LCD)
Step 4: Interfacing ADC (Temperature Sensor)
Step 5: Commonly used micro controller features like SPI, I2C, TIMERS e.t.c
All the Best!!!!…June 19, 2012 at 12:47 am #8071AnonymousGuest
This site is very useful for many of them.September 12, 2012 at 5:24 pm #8578Nikul SilgaParticipant
i am started work on assembly language programming…will you help me….
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