EET 106 - Fundamentals of Microprocessors
2 Lecture Hours 2 Lab Hours
(Formerly MIT-103) This course introduces students to the assembly language used to control devices. Both machine language monitors and symbolic assemblers are presented. Laboratory work involves digital input and output, control of lights, relays, motors and analog to digital converters.
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will:
- Describe logical and indexing operators.
- Analyze simple input and output (I/O) programs to control devices connected to microprocessors.
- Apply structured programming techniques to plan programs.
- Employ teamwork and leadership best practices in laboratory environments.
- Document programming projects.
- Develop programs using the two-pass assembly process.
- Design and test software and systems.
- Operating systems and environments
- STAR environment
- Use of subroutines
- Math functions
- I/O techniques
- Two-pass assembler
- Logical operators
- Indexing operations
- Project development
Instructor-approved textbook and materials.
Approved By: Johnson, Alex Date Approved: 04/19/2011
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