Microproc. & Microcontrollers | Department of Electrical Engineering

Microproc. & Microcontrollers

Evolution of Digital Design Methodology through SSI, MSI, LSI and VLSI technologies; Emergence of Programmable Digital Systems based on Standard Hardware; Microprocessor as the Basic Building Block for Digital design; Essential Ingredients of a Microprocessor; Datapath Design; Control Unit design; Microprogramming; Pipelining; Memory Organization – Cache and Virtual Memory; Input/Output Organization; Interrupts and DMA; Architecture and Programming of the 8051 Microcontroller.
Experiments will include Microprocessor building blocks – both in actual hardware and in verilog simulation; 8051 trainer kits and simulators along with basic hands-on training of MPU/MCU, programming and their use in real world problems.

Course Code: 
EED303
Course Credits: 
4.00
Course Level: