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In this module, the students will have an introduction to the Arduino boards. They will also read submodules like hardware overview, Proteus simulator, Arduino Syntax, etc.
In this module, the students will have an introduction to the fundamentals of the 8051 microcontroller and its uses. They will gain expertise in basic concepts of 8051, Block diagrams, Pin descriptions, etc.
In the Arduino Basic concepts learning module, a student will have detailed chapters on the fundamentals of the Arduino board.
Programming an 8051 microcontroller needs various tools and components. In this learning module, the students will learn about IDE, Linker, Debugger, Keil µVision IDE, etc.
Arduino boards are an open-source platform, and experts program them according to a project’s needs. In this learning module, a student will learn about various Arduino board I/O functions.
These are the 8051 microcontroller essential components. Students will gain practical knowledge about I/O ports.
In this learning module, a student will learn about various Arduino boards and displays. The other learning submodules are working with serial monitors, line graphs via the serial monitor, etc.
In the LED interfacing learning module, a student will learn about the 8051 LED interfacing. They will also read benefits and applications, Circuit Descriptions, etc.
This module will lead the 8051 and Ardunio course to teach students about switch and keypad matrix interfacing. Switches are an essential part of the Arduino boards, and the keypad matrix is a vital part of the 8051 microcontrollers.
In this module, the students will learn about various interface components and external devices. They will also learn about serial peripheral interfaces in the microcontrollers.
Communication is an essential part of Arduino board communication. The students must have a firm grip on these components for the effortless programming of the Arduino boards.
In the UART learning module, the students will enhance their knowledge of Universal Asynchronous Reciever & Transmitter in the 8051 microcontroller assembly. They perform the task of efficient and hassle-free message delivery.
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8051 is a very old microcontroller. Tasks which are performed by 8051 can be easily performed by current advanced controllers Arduino, AtMega 16, etc. It is not important to learn 8051 first, you should start with AtMega 8 or 16. That will be beneficial.
In a nutshell, Arduino itself isn't a microcontroller but a microcontroller board with its own IDE and which comes with pre-tested software and hardware libraries. The Intel 8051 microcontroller actually refers to the whole family of 8-bit microcontrollers with numbers ranging from 8031 to 8751.
Arduino is programmed with a c/c++ 'dialect'. Most c/c++ will work but much of the standard libraries will not work. Many of the restrictions are made because of the little available RAM on the Arduino hardware.
When compared to other existing microcontrollers it has minimum power consumption and an easily programmable interface. It is available in a cheap amount and provides simple interfacing to analog circuits. As Arduino is available as an open-source it enables the user to build their kit.
Despite the more limited features and old architecture, the 8051 is still used in some wireless communication products. The latest HC-10 Bluetooth modules are based on 8051 core. Although 16-bit or 32-bit MCUs can replace the functions offered by 8051s, the 8-bit MCU is sufficient for many product developers.
The Arduino hardware is easy, the Arduino IDE is simple, and the code itself is much easier to comprehend (than trying to program an off-the-shelf microcontroller). That's a big part of why Arduino is so popular.