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CSEB433 : Embedded Systems Lab

Description:Experiments using practical implementation of the building blocks of a microcontroller including timers, counters, PWM, data interrupts, I/O techniques and requirements, A/D conversion, serial communications. Experiments to explore the design of control software, system design process using hardware-software co-design process and general issues in digital signal processors (DSPs).
Credit Hours.:1
Text Book: Frank Vahid and Tony Givargis, ?Embedded System Design: A Unified Hardware/Software Introduction?, John Wiley &Sons
Coordinator: Mohammad Hayajneh
Topics Outline:
  1. Dragon 12 ?Plus Board LEDs and 7-Segment Display: Parallel Port(1 &2)
  2. Hex Counter
  3. Pushbutton and Dip Switches
  4. Hex Keypad
  5. Liquid Crystal Displays Interfacing
  6. Pulse-Width Modulation (PWM): Motors
  7. Analog to Digital Conversions
  1. Understand the functionality of different components of microcontroller by writing codes for them and using them for the specific applications.
  2. Write, develop and debug codes for the microcontroller to meet different design requirements and specifications.
  3. Design, test and analyze microcontroller and DSP systems.
  4. Interface with I/O devices and comprehend real-time concepts.
  5. Design a stand-alone application.
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Co-requisite CSEB425: Embedded Systems
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