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ECGR 4101/5101:Embedded SystemssSpring 2011tMaterials: There is no required text for this class; however, a QSK62P Plus board is re-quired to perform the labs. http://www.RenesasUniversity.com. You canalso find the board at http://www.digikey.com/. Also, you may be requiredto purchase various small components (an RS-232 serial cable, for example) tocomplete specific labs.Class Time: 120 WH, MW 3:30–4:45pmHome Page: http://www.rcs.uncc.edu/ rsass/courses/2011/Fall/4101/Instructor: Ron Sass) <[email protected]> ← bestr0nsass (AIM)% 704.687.8196 (Office) ← leastOffice Hours: 235F Woodward Hallwalk-in 11:00-11:45am, Tuesday and Thursday andby appointment (check schedule on web, email a proposed time)TA: Ashish Panday) <[email protected]> % no phone (in lab)T.A. is available from 3–5pm on Friday and T.B.D. He will be in WH 203 to takeLab demos and otherwise in room WH 200.Objectives: Introduction to designing microcontroller-based embedded computer systemsusing assembly and C programs. Topics include embedded system algorithms,low-level C (stack frames, pointers, etc.), interfacing to peripherals, polling,interrupts, and multiple threads of control.Prerequisite: Passing grade or better in ECGR 3183 or equivalent. Working knowledge of Cprogramming language.Attendance: Lecture attendance is optional. However, you are responsible for all materialpresented in lecture. Also, quizzes are not always announced in advance.Incom-pletes:The University and College policy for incomplete grades will apply. Specifically,a late submission of work is not justification for an incomplete grade.(continued on reverse side)Grading: PointsLab Exercises & Homework (≈6) 25Quizzes (about ≈8) 15Mid-Term Exam (Mon, February 28th) 25Final Exam (Wed, May 11, 2:00-4:30p.m.) 35100Points Grade90 A80 B70 C60 D• The mid-term exam date is tentative;final is determined by the Universityand is fixed.• The table to the right indicates theminimum points required to ensurea final University grade.• Students with special needs are en-couraged to visit the Disability Ser-vices Office. Please provide a letterof accommodation at the beginning ofsemester along with any request.• Academic dishonesty will resultin a zero for the specific workand, at the instructor’s discre-tion, failure for the course. Forgraduate students, the latter islikely.• Students enrolled in 5101 must alsocomplete a semester project worth 20points. The final grade (out of 120)will be normalized to 100% and thetable to right will be used to deter-mine the letter grade.Cheating: You are responsible for protecting your work. Do not leave printouts in publicplaces or leave the permissions on your files open for others to see. If two as-signments show signs of academic dishonesty, then all parties will be punished.Outline: A complete outline of the course, with an abridged set of lectures notes, is avail-able at the course web site. (Please note that the material provided online isnot complete: definitions, solutions, and other critical information has been se-lectively removed. Studies indicate that this is the best way to foster studentlearning.)revised: 19 January


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