This course introduces the use of microcontrollers in electronic circuits and covers concepts of computer architecture such as CPUs, memory, digital input/output, interrupts, and A/D conversion. The student uses microcontrollers with applications such as PWM motor control, OLED displays, analog sensors, pulse counting, switch, and keypad inputs and advances their ability to program embedded electronic devices using state machines and timing considerations.
School of Engineering and Computing
Electrical Engineering Technology (ELT)
3 hours of lecture, 3 hours of lab per week
- CIS 2025 or CIS 2262 or CIS 2271
- ELT 1110 or ELT 2072