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Microprocessor Based Systems: Course Outline

Objective: To acquaint the students with the organization, programming and applications of microprocessor-based systems.

Course Outline

  • Introduction to microprocessor and micro controllers
  • ​Basic concepts
  • Control unit
  • Internal registers
  • ALU of an 8-bit or 16-bit microprocessor
  • Timing and sequencing
  • Peripherals and interfacing
  • Memory and I/O synchronization
  • Wait state
  • Hardware single stepping
  • Memory speed requirements
  • Logic levels
  • Loading and buffering
  • Understanding the instruction set
  • Data transfer
  • Logic operations and branching
  • Programmed I/O interrupts
  • Microprocessor system design
  • Machine code and assembly language programming

Lab work outline

Complete design and hardware implementation of microprocessor-based systems and connecting to peripherals. Programming of microprocessor-based systems and debugging using Assembly language and related tools.

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