EETC 2371 - Microprocessor-based Control Systems(3)
This course covers the principles of microprocessor/microcontroller programming and low-level programming languages. Students will learn program downloading, debugging; interfaces to various I/O devices and appropriate control software development; timing waveforms generated by microcontroller using programmable interrupts to control servos, stepper motors, and DC motors; on-chip analog-to-digital convertor and multiplexer to acquire, store , and process analog signals. Class: 2 hrs; lab: 3 hrs. Contact hrs: 5. Prereq(s): EETC 1311, Electrical Circuits 1 [F] Note(s): Student much be AT COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS to take this course.
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