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  • Course Content

    • 1. Introduction to Embedded System
      • Definition, characteristics, block diagram, real life example of embedded system, embedded system development flow, Software development life cycle SDLC, problems in development of system, cart wheel, Embedded GUI: Concept understanding of Embedded GU Analog Design , Digital Design (12 hrs)
    • 2. Controller Architecture of PIC and ARM
      • Overview of Processors & Microcontrollers , Microcontroller Architecture, General purpose Registers, special purpose register, RISC vs SISC Architecture of PIC, ARM family, Addressing modes Instruction Set, Microcontroller peripherals ,interrupt, timer programming, PWM Compilers, Assemblers Cross compilers Memory (RAM, ROM, EPROM, EEPROM, FLASH) (60hrs)
    • 3. Assembly Programming and Embedded C Programming
      • Basics of C, Programming Exercises PIC, ARM Microcontroller Interfacings with: LEDs and LCD• DC Motor and Stepper Motor, HEX Keypad ,ADC, DAC.(90hrs)
    • 4. Protocols
      • Introduction to USB,UART,I2C,SPI,CAN Programming related to protocols. More protocols like Bluetooth,zigbee(45hrs)
    • 5. Real time Operating System
      • Introduction to RTOS, Process, threads, tasks, inter process communication,Linux introduction, linux programming(45hrs)
    • 6. Hardware Design
      • Introduction, component selection, study of datasheet, virtual design and simulation (30hrs)
    • 7. Independent Project(Guided by instructor) - (30hrs)
  • Waves Expert Program

    We are now living in era of electronically smart systems. In our day to day life TV is replace by smart TV, fridge is replace by smart fridge and many more like this. SMARTER AND SMALLER is new motto for current electronics. It has changed the way people communicate with each other, carry out business, get educated or even receive entertainment. Today we find that hospitals, traffic control systems, aviation, space and defense are all primarily based on the of combination modern electronic and computer products. These are known as EMBEDDED SYSTEMS. Embedded Systems like Microwave ovens, TV, Mobile phones, Washing machines, car, network routers, biomedical equipment’s etc. are normally seen around. Design of such Embedded Systems is a challenging task requiring specialized hardware and software design skills. This leads to more job opportunities for new engineers in field of embedded systems. We, at waves ensure quality training in embedded for you.

    Opportunities for fresher’s

    Freshers are always welcome in any industry. Embedded is fastest growing industry in India. For embedded companies recruiting freshers is a task. Mainly because of inadequate knowledge about embedded systems, as embedded system is not fully included in engineering course. But with proper guidance at WAVES TECHNOLOGIES you can have your way in embedded industry for many roles as

    • Embedded System Designer
    • Embedded Firmware Developer
    • Jr engineer R&D
    • ARM Programmer
    • Embedded C, C Programmer
    • Hardware Developer
    • Linux Operator
    • RTOS Programmer


    270 hrs (3 n half months apporx)


    B.E. Electronics/ E&TC/Mechanical


Telecom-a top sector

Telecom, being one of the fastest growing sectors, there is a great demand for skilled and qualified aspirants with a good technical know-how.

Broadly classifying the telecom sector into two categories of companies, i.e, there are companies that provide telecom services, such as carriers like Airtel and Reliance, and companies that develop products for the telecom sector, such as GTL, INDUS, Cisco, Alcatel Lucent and Juniper to name a few.


Immense scope

The telecommunications industry comprises numerous areas and hence there are various kinds of jobs in the industry.

Many jobs are related to the development and maintenance of devices, lines, systems and networks used to facilitate communication. This offers a wide range of career prospects, and one can have a career in application/product development, application testing, ERP implementation/integration, system administration, network planning, data networking, mobile application development and value-added services.”

Telecom Companies require large capex and skilled manpower for their expansion to host and provide these services. With this growth, telecom product developers (that develop devices that are the building blocks of these networks) need to churn out newer products, with intelligent features and services.”

Emerging Telecom Technologies
IMS: IP multimedia subsystem
HSDPA: High-speed downlink packet access
MVNO: Mobile virtual network operator
IPv6: Internet protocol version 6
4G: 4th generation mobile networks

Opportunities for Freshers

Freshers are always a major chunk of the recruiting plan in any industry. Telecom companies have been recruiting freshers over the years.

Freshers are usually put through a mentoring system where they get help from a senior colleague to ramp-up quickly and to understand the nuances. In addition, they go through several orientation programs to introduce them to the corporate environment and technical trainings to equip them with right skills and knowledge. In most cases, the freshers learn on-the-job with the help of a senior mentor.

Given the current growth rate and looking at the future prospects, there are abundant opportunities for freshers in this sector.

There are various kinds of jobs available for those who install and maintain telecom hardware as well. Some of these jobs are lumped into the category of telecommunications technicians.


Short-term courses as an option

There are several short-term courses for the telecom domain. It is always better to sharpen communication skills and enhance one’s personality for future challenges. Companies focus on providing on-the-job training for about six to twelve months, where they are exposed to technology in a phased manner, which helps them understand and familiarize with the real-time scenarios. Focusing on practicing and enhancing their logical, analytical, soft and interpersonal skills would take aspirants a long way in the telecom industry.