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CME 331: Microprocessor Based Embedded Systems

Description
Covers the architecture and operation of microcontrollers used in embedded systems. The course focuses on hardware and software techniques used to program a microcontroller and interface it with external devices. Emphasis is placed on using both assembly language and C to program the microcontrollers. Microcontroller architecture is discussed in general with certain internal peripherals discussed in detail.
Credit units
3
Term description
1(3L-3P alt weeks)
College
Engineering
Department
Electrical and Cmptr Engin
Formerly
EE 331
Prerequisite(s)
CMPT 116 or CMPT 141; and EE 232
Note:
Students with credit for EE 331 will not receive credit for this course.