PEI308: MICROCONTROLLER BASED SYSTEM DESIGN

 


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Course Objectives: To understand the concepts of microcontroller based system, to enable design and programming of microcontroller based system

Review of 8Bit Microcontrollers: Introduction to 16bit microcontrollers, Introduction to 32-bit ARM microcontrollers Architecture, Functional blocks, Programmerís model, Timer, Counter, Interrupts, ISR, GPIO. A/D configuration and interfacing.

Assembly and C Programming:  ARM microcontrollers, Programming for Timer, Delays, Port interfacing, LED, A/D, LCD and Keypad programming. Introduction to Rs232, Rs485, CAN, Ethernet, Wireless 802.11 standards/protocols. MODBUS

Data Communication and Interfacing: communication using I2C, SPI, RS232, RS485, CAN, and CAN, USB, Bluetooth, protocols. Interfacing with Optocoupler/Relay, RTC, EEPROM, GPS, GPRS, Ethernet interface design principles.

Introduction to RTOS: A case study based on 32-bit ARM Cortex microcontrollers for Web monitoring of a system using transducers and display running free RTOS.

 

Laboratory Work:

Basic programming of ARM microcontroller, Programming of Timer/counters, Port interfacing, LED, A/D, LCD and Keypad. Interfacing with I2C, SPI, RS232, RS485, CAN, RTC, EEPROM, GPS, Ethernet and CANBUS.

 

Minor Project (if any):

Designing of signal and data acquisition circuits related to sensors and control

 

Course Learning Outcomes (CLO):

1.      Review 8bit microcontrollers

2.      USe assembly and c programming of ARM microcontrollers.

3.      Design of basic circuits for ARM microcontroller.

4.      Design interfacing circuits for ARM microcontroller.

 

Recommended Books:

1.      Elahi, A., Arjeski, T., ARM Assembly Language with Hardware Experiments, Springer (2014).

2.      Hintenaus, P., Engineering Embedded Systems, Springer (2015).