This course is designed to provide the student with a basic understanding of microprocessor operation, programming, interfacing, interrupts, and troubleshooting. Topics include: Microprocessors: architecture- registers- types and function of address, data, and control buses-Clock- Input and output ports- modes of addressing- control unit RISC- Evolution and applications of microprocessors. Microprocessor interfacing: Characteristics of peripheral units- memory (EPROM & RAM) interface- decoders- peripheral programmable interface (8255) serial interface- RS232 protocol –A/D and D/A interface- stepper motor interface- serial to USB conversion- parallel to serial conversion. Includes lab.
Course ID: BIOEN 442
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