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    Appalachian State University
  Feb 22, 2018
2017-2018 Graduate Bulletin

PHY 5735 - Microcontrollers (4)

When Offered: Spring
An in-depth study of the architecture, programming and interfacing of microcontrollers. Topics to be covered include: introduction to microcontrollers, architectures, internal hardware (such as timers, serial ports, A/Ds, D/As, I2C), instruction sets, assembly language programming, interrupt-driven code, and interfacing. Both stand-alone microcontrollers and single board computers will be used in lab. Most labs will involve interfacing microcontrollers to devices such as switches, LEDs, keypads, 7-segment displays, LCD displays, motors, sensors, etc. Microcontroller simulators and in-circuit-emulators (ICE) will be used for debugging.
Prerequisite: PHY 5330  or the equivalent
Lecture three hours, laboratory three hours