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With the long run success being vendor neutral training provider offering high-ended IPV6 technology awareness. A2B2 IT services is proud to take our next big leap into the field of electronics and product customization.

“Everything must be made as simple as possible, but not simpler“

-Albert Einstein

True to the words of world renowned genius, we try to get over the regular constraints providing simple yet comprehensive training courses and workshops in various aspects of electronics, thereby exponentially increasing competence of the participants. Also moving ahead in marketing our own products from Visual impairment aid to Home automation and security systems...

The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you will reach in your life. Being helper in creating such successful people in career and also in their life, we are now into the concept of introducing proactive hands-on courses to better the knowledge of our trainees by making them work in real-time projects. The modules will be handled by first-hand trainers with much competence and exposure. 2 course

Embedded hardware design is very essential for college students and industrial people, which deals with various aspects of designing, fabrication and building the entire hardware embedded to do the specific task. The course details for Embedded Hardware Design have been given below. We offer the course as per as an industrial standard.

Embedded Hardware Design - I

Course Details:


  • Basis of Electronics
  • Current, Voltage, power analysis
  • Electronics fundamental laws
  • DC Resistive circuits
  • Network theorems
  • Passive circuit elements
  • Selection of components
  • Package types
  • Study of datasheets
  • 8051, PIC, ATMEL Controller architecture
  • Classification of Semiconductor devices
  • Opto-Electronics devices
  • Characteristics of semiconductor devices
  • FET, BJT, UJT classification
  • Various sensors interfaces
  • Handling of Multi meter, etc…

Lab session:

  • Breadboard connection
  • Software Simulations
  • Assembling the PCB
  • Testing the hardware’s
  • Sensor interfacing with various modules
  • Wiring the product


Embedded Hardware Design - II

Course Details:


  • Basis of Electronics
  • Current, Voltage, power analysis
  • Electronics fundamental laws
  • DC Resistive circuits
  • Network theorems
  • Passive circuit elements
  • Selection of components
  • Package types
  • Study of datasheets
  • 8051, PIC, ATMEL Controller architecture
  • Classification of Semiconductor devices
  • Opto-Electronics devices
  • Characteristics of semiconductor devices
  • FET, BJT, UJT classification
  • Integrated devices and circuits
  • Rectifiers and filter design
  • IC Manufacturing process
  • Operational amplifiers
  • Regulated power supplies
  • Circuit protections
  • Controlled rectifiers
  • Power, feedback amplifiers
  • Oscillator types
  • Sensor module development
  • Schmitt trigger
  • 555 circuits
  • Multivibrator
  • Time base circuits
  • Embedded related designs
  • Sensor interfacing with all the modules
  • Customised product design
  • Power calculations
  • Hands on trainings
  • Motor drives development
  • Stepper, BLDC, Induction motor drives

Power Electronics:

  • Power diode
  • Power Thyristor
  • Power MOSFET
  • Power transistor
  • Power IGBT
  • Power GTO
  • AC-DC Converter techniques
  • DC-DC Conversions
  • AC-AC Voltage regulators
  • Electrical wiring and design

Lab session:

  • Breadboard connections
  • Assembling the PCB
  • Testing the hardware’s
  • Sensor interfacing with various modules
  • Wiring the product
  • Software Simulations
  • Introduction to open-source electronic prototyping platform

Project development module, tries to give an insight into the systematic and technological skills required to develop projects independently with unlimited resources made available. Our module gives a spark about the open-source electronics prototyping platform also covering other controller boards as well.

                                                                                                   Duration: 40 Hours

Course details:


Start brain storming session – latest technologies

  1. Introduction to various electronic platforms

1.1   Physical artifacts of technology

1.2   Electronic prototyping platform- Arduino

  1. Arduino

2.1   Getting started

2.2   Meet the arduino family

2.3   Exploring the arduino

2.4   Arduino IDE

2.5   Working with Arduino


  1. Detailed view of all Components

3.1   Controllers

3.2   Sensors

3.3   Actuators

Structural relationship between the topics

Programming with Arduino

  1. Making arduino do your bidding

4.1   Structuring an Arduino program

4.2   Input and output Commands

  1. Simple analog and digital functions

5.1   Reading Analog and digital values

5.2   Changing the range of values

5.3   Hacking digital modules to analogreliable

5.4   Building a Dice game

Controlling the light

  1. Magic world of LEDs

6.1   Varying LED brightness

6.2   Activating series of LEDs

6.3   Adjusting Color of Tri-color LED

6.4   Creating an LED matrix

6.5   Display images on an LED matrix


Visual Displays

  1. Seven segment LED display

7.1   Driving the 7-Segment LED display

7.2   Driving Multi-digit, 7-Segment LED Displays: Multiplexing

  1. LCD Display

8.1   Connecting and Using a Text LCD Display

8.2   Turning the Cursor and Display On or Off

8.3   Formatting and scrolling

8.4   Displaying Pixels Smaller Than a Single Character

Audio outputs

  1. Playing tones

9.1   Controlling Buzzer with POT

9.2   Creating and playing tones

9.3   Playing an Simple melody

9.4   Generating Audio Tones and Fading an LED


Sensing the world around us

  1. Sensors

10.1Sensor and its types


  1. Detecting the ambience

11.1Light dependant resistor

Simple experimentation with arduino

Phototrophic and Photophobic sensing

11.2Temperature Sensor

Measuring temperature using lm35

IR temperature sensor

  1. Obstacle and movement sensing

12.1IR sensor – deep into

Simple experimentation

IR trip wire module

Trick to build your Own IR module

12.2Ultrasonic sensor – deep into

Ultrasonic range finder

12.3Combination of IR and Ultrasonic sensors as powerful sensing system

  1. Other sensor and applications


Actuating the things physically

  1. Actuators

14.1Actuator and types


  1. Motors

15.1Controlling the motor using POT

15.2Transistor as motor driver

15.3H-bridge motor driver

15.4Driving motor using H-bridge

15.5Driving the Servo motor

  1. Relays

16.1Basic function

16.2Controlling LEDs using relay

  1. Overall Experimentation with sensing and actuation

Remotely Controlling External Devices

  1. Infrared Remote control

18.1Responding to an Infrared Remote Control

18.2Decoding Infrared Remote Control Signals

18.3Imitating Remote Control Signals

18.4Creating universal remote control


Further advanced electronics, experiments, projects, contests and much more….

LabVIEW (short for Laboratory Virtual Instrument Engineering Workbench) is a system-design platform and development environment for a visual programming language from National Instruments. LabVIEW software is ideal for any measurement or control system used for integrating all the tools that engineers and scientists need to build a wide range of applications in dramatically less time.

                                                                                                      Duration: 1month

Level-1: Introduction LabVIEW

What Exactly is LabVIEW-What can LabVIEW do for you- How does LabVIEW work-Evolution of LabVIEW- What is DAQ- Communication using Serial Port- LabVIEW add-on toolkits- LabVIEW Real Time, FPGA, PDA, and Embedded.

Level-2: LabVIEW Environment

Front panel, control and indicator- Block Diagram, Nodes, Wires, Data Flow Programming- LabVIEW Projects, Project Explorer window, project Explorer Toolbars-Building Application- Installers- Floating Pallets-

Level-3: LabVIEW Foundation

Creating VI- Basic Controls- Indicators- Booleans- String- Paths- Decorations-Custom Controls and Indicators- Automatic wire routing-Automatic Wiring – Wiring Complicated Objects- Bad Wires – Wiring Tips- adding Constants- Controls and indicators – Keyboard Shortcuts- Cloning and object

Level-4: Programming Execution with Structures

For Loop - The While Loop - Placing Objects inside Objects - Counting the Loops - Shift Registers – Case registers – Dialogs – The Sequence Structures – Timing – Timed Structures – Formula Node – Expression Node.

Level-5: Virtual Display: Charts & Graphs

Waveform Charts - XY Graphs – Chart and Graph Components

Level-6: Embedded combining with LabVIEW

VISA concept - Baud rate Calculation - Measurement and Automation Explorer-Serial Communication with Microcontrollers.

   3 Robotics

This workshop aims at providing in-depth knowledge to the participants interested in introducing themselves to the field of robotics and ways of implementing it in real time. Also teaching you with fundamentals of the designing, fabrication and building autonomous robots, integrating various sensors and actuators with the popular Electronics prototyping platform.

Proper hands-on sessions will also be conducted, so that participants can grasp practical knowledge by exploring the electronics in their hands. There-by making it more beneficial for both newbie and intermediate.





Stepping into the field of electronics providing high quality training courses, workshops and project support. Our concern is moving ahead into the process of designing, developing, testing and customization of products. We offer the following modules to our trainees during our various courses and workshops. Currently our development team is working in number of real time projects to serve the needs of our community. We are here to make awesome technologies available to everyone.

  1. Home automation
  2. Current rate monitoring system
  3. Visual impairment aid system
  4. Gesture controlled devices

Freeduino Board

Freeduino is a collaborative open-source project to replicate and publish Arduino-compatible hardware files. The Freeduino Eagle SCH, BRD and Gerber production files allow users to create boards that are 100% functionally, electrically and physically compatible with Arduino hardware.

3.3V voltage regulator
    New components arrangement on the board
    ATmega328P with UNO bootloader
    Through hole PTC
    UNO R3 pinout headers
    Continue using the classic FT232RL for USB



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