Introductory Microprocessor Laboratory (E C E 315) Syllabus
Course Learning Outcomes
Course Learning Outcome
Students will learn the basics of firmware development on an ARM based microprocessor
Students will learn how to configure key components of a microprocessor
Students will develop assembly programs to interface an ARM CPU with external devices
Students will learn how to handle asynchronous events using interrupt service routines
Students will learn how to read schematics and datasheets.
Introductory Microprocessor Laboratory
E C E 315
( 1 Credits )
Software and hardware experiments with a microcomputer system. Assembly language programming, simple input/output interfacing, and interrupt processing in microcomputer systems. Concurrent registration in 353 is allowed if 315 is taken second half of semester.
E C E 353
Department: ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGR College: College of Engineering