Electrical and Electronic Engineering
|Lecturer:||A/Prof Thomas Bräunl|
Semester 2 - 4 points
Aims1. To understand the principle of a microprocessor/microcontroller
This unit includes the following topics:
Computer Systems; ALU design; CU design; CPU design; Board design; Communication Interfaces; Instruction Set MC68332; Adressing Modes MC68332; Assembly language programming MC68332; Programming tools; Combining C and Assembly Programs;
|Tutorials||12 hrs||daily||check table||--||check|
|Labs||18 hrs||daily||3 h, check||G02||check|
Tutorial and Lab assignments are available on the web.
Due dates are at the end of each lab session.
Unit Co-ordinator: Associate Professor Thomas Bräunl
Tutors / Lab Supervisors: Tyrone Fernando
TextbooksThomas Harman: The Motorola MC68332 Microcontroller, Prentice-Hall, 1991
Course Notes: on the web (pdf format)
Tutorials: see link
Tutorial Solutions: see link
Lab Assignments: see link
Previous Exams: see link
Further Web-Pages: see link
|Type||% of final mark||Week due in each semester|
|Lab 1||5%||due end of week 3|
|Lab 2||5%||due week 4+5|
|Lab 3||5%||due week 6+7|
|Lab 4||5%||due week 8+9|
|Lab 5||5%||due week 10+11|
|Lab 6||5%||due week 12+13|
(3 hours, open book)
Lab 1 will be run as a take-home assignment and must be completed by each student individually. Labs 2-6 will be done in groups of two students, all work submitted must be the group's own work.
Assignments and labs will receive a 20% penalty for each day late.
PlagiarismSee faculty policy on plagiarism.