Microcontroller architecture including basic memory design, address decoding and internal register structure, and assembly language programming including addressing modes and instruction set. Laboratory work consists of programming and interfacing experiments. Projects focus on solving real world problems following a standard development process. Two hours lecture and three hours laboratory, course meets five hours per week.

Prerequisites: CS 213 or CS 151 or ROBO 110, and CET 363 all with a grade of C- or higher; or acceptance to the Graduate MSCIT or MSTM programs.

3 Credits

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