IEEE EMBEDDED PROJECTS

IEEE EMBEDDED PROJECTS

Embedded system is a system that can perform a particular task. A software forbidden system that is designed for a specific purpose is an embedded system.It is one of the best domain for final year IEEE EMBEDDED PROJECTS

The embedded system actually visible as hardware, but that hardware has an inside code that is constructed by a list of instructions to the hardware.These instructions will give guidance to the hardware how that should work. We come across the embedded systems everywhere in our day to day life. The examples of the embedded systems are from the computer mouse to washing machine.
In 1971 Intel Corporation invented the world’s first Microprocessor, the 4004. The 4004 was designed specifically for embedded control – instead of general purpose computing and was first used in the calculator. In the year of 1972, The Intel Corporation invented the 8051 controller architecture.
We can use both the microcontroller and the microprocessors in the embedded systems.
Initially, we need to understand the architecture of the particular hardware to do the program for it. After understanding the internal registers and the sizes of the buses, then we can get the idea to program it. The programmer can write the program in any higher level languages like C or JAVA and even the lower level languages like assembly language but it is the task of the assemblers and the compilers to convert the programmer language into the machine understandable language.
To embed the code into the hardware memory we need programmers also for the basic level of controllers like 8051 microcontrollers. This 8051 microcontroller based projects does by the B.Tech and B.E students in their academics as ECE mini projects.
Some higher level controllers like ARDUINO IDE and the ARM7 (LPC2148) microcontrollers do not need any external programmer to load the executable file into the hardware. Using these controllers the final year IEEE projects will be done.
In nowadays, the higher level IoT applications. To do the same we need more powerful processors. One of those types of processors is Raspberry Pi. The Raspberry Pi 3 is the third-generation Raspberry Pi. It is the successor of the Raspberry Pi 2 Model B. It is very fast and does powerful things. The Raspberry Pi 3 has many inbuilt features like USB ports, internal Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, full-size HDMI etc. The internal Wi-Fi makes our life simple by making possible IoT applications. The Raspberry Pi based Final year IEEE Projects ECE are doing by M.Tech and M.E students under embedded systems stream. EMBEDDED PROJECTS LIST