EET 267 - Microprocessors
Study of microprocessor and microcontroller hardware and software. Microprocessor (Intel and Motorola 8/16/32/64-bit machines) assembly language programming using assemblers, DEBUG, disassemblers, monitors, and loaders will be applied to industrial applications of microprocessors and microcontrollers. Computer architecture and system design methods for microprocessor-based systems are also covered. Appropriate laboratory exercises provide hands-on experience in two areas: microprocessor and microcontroller assembly language, and system interface hardware.
Prerequisite: EET 260 Digital Electronics
2 Class Hours, 2 Laboratory Hours
Learning Outcomes of the Course:
Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to:
1. Be familiar with the history of computers and computing including the increasing requirements of: speed, address/data lines, memory sizing, available emulation software, and typical applications.
2. Demonstrate the use of 8085, 8086, and 68000 assembler and simulator programming software to create working applications.
3. Use the Internet to find information and solutions related to tasks assigned to microcomputers.
4. Explain the operation of a basic microcomputer system such as the Prolog Single Board Computer from both a hardware and software view.
5. Write and demonstrate application programs based on the studied microprocessor chips.
6. Use a microcontroller to perform a task or application for a low cost solution.
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