CET 335 Micro Processor Interfacing
Time:
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 10:00AM - 10:50AM
Location:
224 Frich
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Description:
This course deals with advanced concepts in the programming and the interfacing of microprocessors/microcontrollers to the outside world as demonstrated by a variety of application examples. It covers the advanced architecture of modern processors and the many I/O peripherals now commonly found on-board the device. Detailed studies of computer I/O and interrupt techniques as applied to analog-to-digital, digital-to-analog, timers, parallel and serial interfaces are included. Laboratory activities provide the student with experience in developing the hardware and software required to incorporate microprocessors into systems that solve real-world interfacing problems.
Corequisites:
CET270 Intro to Microprocessor Design
Credits:
3
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Created 8/21/2021
Updated 8/21/2021