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Ece 4436 - Microprocessor Systems
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August 25 2014 Course Syllabus ECE 4436 Microprocessor Systems Fall 2014 Class Number Time Room Instructor Office Phone Email Office Hours 26767 w lab 26768 TTH 1 00 2 30 pm E323 D3 Dr John R Glover W308 D3 713 743 4430 glover uh edu TTH 2 30 3 30 pm or call email for appointment Class Number Time Room Instructor Office Phone Email Office Hours 11206 w lab 11207 TTH 4 00 5 30 pm E321 D3 Dr Xin Fu W344 D3 713 743 4400 xfu8 Central UH EDU TTH 5 30 6 00 pm or call email for appointment Catalog Description ECE 4436 Microprocessor Systems Cr 4 3 3 Prerequisites ECE 2300 and credit for or current enrollment in ECE 3331 new not shown in UH catalog yet Semiconductor memory devices and systems microcomputer architecture assembly language programming I O programming I O interface design I O peripheral devices data communications and data acquisition systems Several laboratory exercises will be assigned both in assembly language programming and hardware system design Course Topics Microprocessor architecture instruction set addressing modes Assembly language programming debugging Input output devices programming and interfacing Expected Course Outcomes Students who successfully complete this course are expected to meet the following course outcomes Students should be able to describe the architecture and organization of a microcontroller Students should be able to write structured well commented understandable programs in assembly language and in a higher level language Students should possess the skills to test and debug microcontroller programs in the laboratory Students should understand techniques for interfacing I O devices to the microcontroller including several specific standard I O devices Students should be able to write programs in the laboratory to perform I O using handshaking and interrupts Students should be able to use an Integrated Development Environment IDE as a modern software tool for application development Students should understand the hardware software



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