Programming and design of Dot Matrix LED display on Proteus

A step by step guide for complete design and simulation of Dot Matrix LED display with 8051 microcontroller from scratch.  
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 What Will I Learn?
Students will learn how to choose components for Dot Matrix LED display in Proteus
Students will learn how to make proper connection of the components chosen for this project
Students will learn how to cascade decoder for proper functionality
Students will learn how to setup mide for 8051
Students will learn how to create animations for displays on the screen
Students will learn how to write code for Dot Matrix LED display
Students will learn how to embed code in the design step by step
At the end, students will run their projects successfully on Proteus

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Course Description
Proteus design and programming of Dot Matrix LED display is a very interesting project for hardware developers, microcontroller programmers, embedded system designers, final year students in Engineering and  technology hobbyist who love to accomplish projects by themselves. It is very simple and easy to understand for beginners in microcontroller programming. The instructor is a very high experienced hardware developer who have been working as a freelancer and have also worked with some reputable companies in the past. He has also been teaching computer  programming since 2014 and have mastered the art of conveying information for better understanding which have made many of his student excel with less stress in computer programming and circuit designs. Students are advised to follow this course step by step so that they understand it very well because every lecture is filled with vital information which should not be missed.

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Requirements
Student must be familiar with Proteus enivironment
Students must have the knowledge of basic electronics

Who is the target audience?
Engineering students
Technology hobbyists
computer programmers