CP316: Microprocessor Systems and Interfacing

I'm in the process of making significant changes to this course for Winter 2020. This website will be constantly changing over the next several months as I update the information.
My goal in this course is to discuss some hardware issues introduced in CP/PC320 in more detail.
This will involve less assembly language programming than in the past, but will rely on examination and understanding of what is happening at the assembly language level. -TS




Pages created and updated by Terry Sturtevant Date Posted: July 16, 2019


Week 1, Week 2, Week 3, Week 4, Week 5, Week 6, Week 7, Week 8, Week 9, Week 10, Week 11, Week 12


Introduction

Development Environment

Target Hardware

Arduino based on AVR Microcontroller

Reference Material

Course Material

Week of ... Lab/Lecture Reference Material
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Jan. 6  

 

Section numbers in the data sheet are written in red.

Lecture: Lecture: Lecture:



Jan. 13   Lecture: Lecture:
  • Lab followup : code examination - polling timer
    timer flag polling code
    testing flag, return, toggling bit, clearing flag

    flag polling
    more flag polling
    Look at bits in TIFRx to see why you want to write a single bit to clear a flag

  • ALC exercise: Timer 2 changes to program
Lecture:



Jan. 20   Lecture: Lecture:
  • Lab followup:
  • ALC exercise:
Lecture:



Jan. 27  

 

Lecture: Lecture:
  • Lab followup: code examination - interrupt vectors
Lecture:



Feb. 3  

 

Lecture:
  • Lab prep:
Lecture:
  • Lab followup:
Lecture:
  • ???
  • Lab Exercise: I2C displays



Feb. 10   Lecture:
  • UART [ Tuesday June 18, 2019 ]

  • SoftwareSerial uses PinChange interrupts
    AltSoftSerial uses Timer1

  • SPI [ Tuesday June 18, 2019 ]

  • ALC exercise: UART Initialization
    9600 baud, N81
  • ALC exercise: SPI Initialization
  • Lab prep:
  • Project discussion
    1. Two projects: Integration project and exploration project?
      Integration: Robots?


Lecture:
  • Lab followup:
Lecture:
  • ???



Feb. 17 READING WEEK  



Feb. 24  

 

Lecture: Lecture:
  • Lab followup:
Lecture:
  • ???



Mar. 3   Lecture: Lecture:
  • Lab followup:
Lecture:
  • ???



Mar. 10   blah
  • project
  • project



Mar. 17  

  • project



Mar. 24  
  • project
    course evaluation in lab April 1
  • project



Mar. 31  



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