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Digital II Microprocessors and Embedded Systems  Instructor: Dr. Robi Polikar (Lecture), Dr. John Schmalzel (Laboratory)  Office: 136 Rowan / 214 Rowan.

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2 Digital II Microprocessors and Embedded Systems  Instructor: Dr. Robi Polikar (Lecture), Dr. John Schmalzel (Laboratory)  Office: 136 Rowan / 214 Rowan  Office Hours: Open office hours. Anytime we are available in our office (when the door is open), you are more than welcome to come in.  Phone: /  /  Meeting Times:  When: 9:30 – 10:20 AM & Fridays 08:00 – 10:45 AM  Where: Betty Rowan Auditorium & 204 Rowan  Text: Embedded System Design: A unified hardware/software introduction  Authors: Frank Vahid, Tony Givardis, List price: $77.00  This text is recommended (!), not required.  Required Hardware / Software: Z-World BL1800 JackRabbit, Developer’s Kit  Part No: , Cost: $139.00,  Higher end units (BL2100) are also acceptable

3 Tentative Course Content Embedded Systems Hardware Software Custom- Single Purpose Proc. Standard-Single Purpose Proc. Comb. Logic Transistors Logic Gates Sequential Logic Flip-Flops State machines Peripherals Timers Counters Watchdog Timers UART /PWM LCD Controllers Stepper Motor Cont. ADC Real-Time Clocks Inst. Execution Pipelining Registers I/O Interrupts Design Flow Testing / Debugging General Purpose Proc. Interfacing Memory ROM EPROM EEPROM RAM SRAM DRAM I/O Addressing Port I/O Bus I/O Interrupt Arbitration Parallel / Serial Wireless Comm.

4 Tentative Course Content  Introduction and review: Embedded systems overview, design challenges, processor selection, IC technologies and design trade-offs. Review of combinational logic, logic gates, sequential logic design, flip-flops, state machines.  General purpose processors: Software. Basic architecture, instruction execution, pipelining, registers, I/O, interrupts, debugging, Rabbit architecture  Standard single purpose processors: Peripherals. Timers, counters, watch-dog timers, pulse width modulators, LCD controllers, keypad controllers, stepper motor controllers, real-time clocks.  Interfacing. Terminology and basic protocol concepts, microprocessor interfacing, I/O addressing, port and bus I/O, interrupts, direct memory access, parallel, serial and wireless communication.  Memory. ROM, EPROM, EEPROM, RAM, SRAM, DRAM, NVRAM, Rabbit memory resources.  Application: Control Systems. Open and closed loop systems, PID controllers.

5 Concept Maps  Concept maps are tools for organizing and representing knowledge 1  Concept maps include “concepts” which are connected by lines to form “propositions”. The lines are labeled to specify the relationship between the concepts.  They are typically represented in a hierarchical fashion, with more general concepts at the top / center, and more specific, less general ones at the the bottom or extremities.  The hierarchy depends on some context in which the knowledge is applied, such as with respect to a specific question.  Cross links may connect concepts that are at different geographical locations of the map. Such links represent the multidisciplinary nature of the topic and the creative thinking ability of the person preparing the map.  Creating concept maps is not very easy, and requires some amount of familiarity with the technique as well as the context. No concept map is ever final, as it can be continually improved. One should be careful however, against frivilously creating concepts and/or links between them (which result in invalid propositions).  Concept maps provide a very powerful mechanism for presenting the relationships between concepts as well as the preparer level of understanding of these concepts. 1. J.D. Novak,

6 Sample Concept Maps (Not Complete) What is a plant? Concepts Cross link Links Link labels

7 Sample Concept Maps

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9 Concept Map of Embedded Systems Embedded Systems Hardware Software Custom- Single Purpose Proc. Standard-Single Purpose Proc. Comb. Logic Transistors Logic Gates Sequential Logic Flip-Flops State machines Peripherals Timers Counters Watchdog Timers UART /PWM LCD Controllers Stepper Motor Cont. ADC Real-Time Clocks Inst. Execution Pipelining Registers I/O Interrupts Design Flow Testing / Debugging General Purpose Proc. Interfacing Memory ROM EPROM EEPROM RAM SRAM DRAM I/O Addressing Port I/O Bus I/O Interrupt Arbitration Parallel / Serial Wireless Comm. Comprised of includes is required for may include built from are connected to others via contains is controlled by is a form of is a form of HW1: Draw your own concept map of Embedded Systems


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