CE 351 - Microcontrollers
A study of the typical architecture and internal units of microcontrollers and their application to analog and digital embedded systems and FPGAs. Topics will include: Low-level programming in C, instruction and register sets and input/output for a given microcontroller family, interfacing of analog and digital signals and devices, serial communications, interrupts and service routines, process priority, and timing analysis.
Clock Hours - (Lect-Lab): (3-0)
Prerequisites: CE 122 (minimum grade of C-) AND ENGR 201 (minimum grade of C-) AND ENGR 337 (minimum grade of C-)
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