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Ee 138 - Introduction to Embedded Control System Design
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San Jos State University College of Engineering Electrical Engineering EE138 Introduction to Embedded Control System Design Section 01 Spring 2012 Instructor Tri Dinh Office Location Engineering E383 Telephone 408 579 2820 Email Tri Dinh sjsu edu Office Hours Half hour before classes or by appointment Class Code Days Time 26763 MW 18 00 19 15 Classroom Engineering E401 Labroom Engineering E244 Open Lab Prerequisites EE118 EE120 Course Description Embedded system design ESD challenge and metrics Processor and IC technologies Software and hardware architectures for ESD Design flow and tools The design of standard peripherals microcontrollers single purpose and general purpose processors Basic concepts of interfacing and communication protocols in ESD The course will utilize Verilog HDL as design entry and FPGA as design platform The topics include digital system design embedded systems architecture FPGA architecture FPGA base embedded processors memory system design FPGA based Signal Interfacing I O components and PCB design issues Student Learning Objectives Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to 1 Describe in reasonable details architect of an embedded system 2 To understand and be able to apply the digital design methodology 3 To be able to use Verilog HDL to design simulate debug test and evaluate the operation and performance of an FPGA based embedded system 4 To understand and be able to design a memory system with all types of memory component Introduction to Embedded Control System Design EE138 Spring 2012 Page 1 of 5 5 To understand and be able to apply the theory and operation characteristics of serial and parallel communication interfaces standard communication specifications and design techniques the control of communication interfaces and related peripherals 6 To understand and be able to design the I Os of an embedded system 7 To be able to design an embedded system and its interfaces 8 To understand and be able to read debug



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