Embedded Systems

Start Learning Embedded Systems with AVR Atmega32


Amit Rana

Reviews 4.95 (19 Reviews)

Course Overview

“I believe everyone can learn and excel in technologies with right tools and proper guidance. Hence I make these courses and 50% of all my courses is available for free preview, watch them, if you feel right, enroll!!! I hope you’d like this transparency!!!”

Have you been thinking of learning AVR microcontroller but couldn’t get a head start because its too confusing and you don’t have hardware?

And on the top of it the incomplete tutorials on internet just makes things worse.

Well this course is designed perfectly for those who wants to quickly start learning and experimenting.

I have created this course to make learning AVR Controller easier and fun.

I believe anyone can learn and excel using AVR controllers with Right guidance and proper tools.

Hi, my name is Amit Rana and I have created this course to get started with learning AVR microcontrollers using C coding. This is a complete beginner friendly Embedded systems course on AVR microcontroller. This course is designed for absolute beginners. We’ll be studying and experimenting on atmega32 microcontroller in this course using all simulation tools so its totally fine if you don’t have any hardware tools with you.

“What is there to loose if you enroll in this course? You have a 30 day Full Money Back Guarantee, enroll now and start learning AVR Controller”


  • Complete beginner friendly approach
  • Those who are complete strangers to embedded systems can also join and start experimenting with Atmega32
  • All Practices on Simulation
  • All resources provided in single file
  • Required minimum Hardware exposure

After taking this course, you’ll be

  • Confident and comfortable with Embedded Systems and its interfaces
  • Able to create projects on atmega32
  • Learn newer microcontroller with confidence
  • Get good hands-on exercise on embedded C Coding

Take Free Preview, you’ll love it 🙂

Take the free preview before enrolling the course, 50% of the course is free for you. Decide if its good for you or not even before enrolling. See and decide if you can understand and cope up with the content and the presenter of the course. I’ve spent hundreds (literally) of hours in creating this course and hence want to help maximum students with it. For many of the learners, even this 50% of the content is all they were looking to learn.

In this course, we’ll study about

  • Fundamentals of embedded systems
  • AVR microcontrollers architecture
  • Pinout and features of atmega32
  • Atmel studio and C programming with it
  • Input and Output ports
  • Analog to Digital Converters
  • Timers
  • Counters
  • LCD interface
  • Interrupts
  • Serial Port interface
  • How to perform all simulations
  • And
  • How to download program into flash memory of microcontroller.

You’ll start creating your first program within an hour of starting this course.

As promised, it’s a beginner friendly course and hence complicated discussions are not included in this course to make this simple for beginners to understand

Anyone who has some understanding of electronics can enroll in this course and start experimenting with Atmega32

All practices are taken in simulation software so you don’t need to purchase any additional hardware for it.

By the end of the course, I’ll also give you a complete layout of Atmega32 development board which you can make for yourself.

So enroll now and start experimenting on AVR controllers

“What is there to loose if you enroll in this course? You have a 30 day Full Money Back Guarantee, enroll now and start learning AVR Controller”

Thank you

What You'll Learn?

  • Embedded Systems using AVR Atmega32 Microcontroller
  • Embedded C Programming
  • Atmel Studio
  • I/O Interfaces
  • LCD Interface
  • Analog to Digital Converter on Atmega32
  • Timers
  • Counters
  • Interrupts
  • Serial Port
  • Program Downloading on Hardware board
  • Students
  • Working Professionals
  • Hobbyists
  • Anyone interested to Learn AVR Controllers
  • Basic Electronics Understanding
  • Basic know-how of C Programming is recommended but not required
  • Atmel Studio (Link provided)
  • SimulIDE simulation software (link provided)

Course Content

  • Introduction
    • Introduction

    • 1 what is embedded system

    • 2 What are AVR controllers

    • 3 Getting started with require tools

    • Resources for Course

  • Input output on AVR
    • 4 Understanding Data Direction Register

    • 5 First "Hello World" Program for atmega32

    • 6 Interface 8 LEDs

    • 7 Using individual pin to generate output

    • 8 Accepting Inputs, Concepts of pullup/pulldown

    • 9 Accepting Digital inputs

    • 10 Task for Digital Input

    • 11 Solution for switch task Digital Input

  • Switching Circuits with Microcontroller
    • 12 Switching Circuits

    • 13 Switching Circuits - 2

    • 14 Relay Switching

  • Datasheet Reading
    • 15 Datasheet Reading

  • LCD Interfacing
    • 16 LCD Interfacing Part 1

    • 17 LCD Interfacing Part 2

    • 18 LCD Library

    • 19 LCD Interfacing task

  • Analog inputs on AVR
    • 20 What is ADC?

    • 21 How to configure ADC on Atmega32

    • 22 ADC and LM35 thermometer

  • Interrupts in AVR
    • 22 What are Interrupts

    • 23 Interrupts in Atmega32

    • 24 How to use external Interrupts

    • 25 External Interrupts and LCD

  • Timers and Counters in AVR
    • 26 What are Timers?

    • 27 How to use 8 bit timer

    • 28 What is counter and how to use?

    • 29 Timer as event counter

  • Serial Communication
    • 30 What is Serial Communication

    • 31 Serial Communication Example

    • 32 Serial Communication in SimulIDE

    • 33 Serial Communication in simulation

  • Downloading Program in Atmega32
    • 34 Fuse bits and how to download program in AVR

    • 35 How to download program hex file into microcontroller

  • Conclusion
    • 36 Conclusion

Original price was: ₹2999.Current price is: ₹999.
  • Duration 07:00:00
  • Lessons 39
  • Enrolled 46
  • Skill Experts
  • Last Update March 23, 2024