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Teams develop a working digital device (product) with real-world applications. Through a multimedia presentation, product demonstration, and documentation, the team demonstrates in detail its knowledge of microcontroller programming, simple circuitry, and product design and marketing. The [course_title] will teach you design and interfacing of microcontroller-based embedded systems. You will get the fundamental skills needed to understand, use, and design microcontroller-based systems.

Assessment

This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.

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Course Credit: Open Culture 

Course Curriculum

#1 — Course Introduction 00:51:00
#2 – MCU and lab 1 00:50:00
#3 — Timer example code 00:52:00
#4 – Timer and LCD examples 00:51:00
#5 — LCD code and button debounce 00:54:00
#6 — More Timer Examples 00:54:00
#7 — DMM lab 2 00:53:00
#8 — Lab 2 and ADC intro 00:51:00
#9 — Lab 2 circuitry 00:50:00
#10 — Lab 2, i/o ports, reading the ADC 00:51:00
module :1
#11 — Questions and Keypad scanning 00:51:00
#12 — ADC and DDS 00:50:00
#13 — Lab 3 FM audio synthesis 00:48:00
#14 — Audio synthesis 00:54:00
#15 — Noise Generator, DDS, PWM 00:50:00
#16 — Audio Synthesis and PWM 00:51:00
#17 — Keypad scan state machine 00:50:00
#18 — Motors and Lab 4 00:51:00
#19 — Premptive Kernel and Lab 4 00:52:00
#20 — Preemptive kernel example 00:50:00
module : 2
#21 — Lab 4 and PID control 00:50:00
#22 — Lab 4 motors and PID 00:53:00
#23 — Random thoughts before spring break 00:54:00
#24 — Final Project constraints 00:47:00
#25 — Project and USART 00:49:00
#26 — USART and RF 00:52:00
#27 — SPI 00:51:00
#28 — TWI (I2C) 00:49:00
#29 — Motor types 00:42:00
#30 — Sensors 00:49:00
#31 — Sensors and amplifiers 00:45:00
#32 — Safety discussion 00:54:00
#33 — Plagiarism discussion 00:47:00
#34 — Assembly language intro 00:45:00
Assessment
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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