Introduction to microprocessor architecture. Instruction
sets, addressing modes,
and programming. Memories, I/O systems, and interfacing. Developmental systems.
Application to engineering systems. Prerequisites CENG 290 and CSC 230.
CENG 355 Course Readings available from bookstore.
CENG 355 Lab Manual available from bookstore.
M68HC11 Reference Manual. Motorola Semiconductors. Available in the lab.
Motorola 68000 and Motorola 68HC11 data available at motorola.com.
Tue, Wed and Fri 10:30 in COR A120.
Two labs to be done during four 3 hour lab sessions.
LF01 M 11:30-2:20 ELW B328
LF02 M 11:30-2:20 ELW B328
LF03 R 2:30-5:20 ELW B328
LF04 R 2:30-5:20 ELW B328
LF05 T 2:00-5:00 ELW B328
LF06 T 2:00-5:00 ELW B328
LF07 F 2:00 -5:00 ELW B328
Final exam 50%
Term test #1, Tue Oct 1 15%
Term test #2, Tue Nov 5 15%
Percentage marks will be converted to letter grades as follows:
90 2 A+ 2 100
85 2 A < 90
80 2 A- < 85
75 2 B+ < 80
70 2 B < 75
65 2 B- < 70
60 2 C+ < 65
55 2 C < 60
50 2 D < 55
35 2 E < 50 Fail, conditional supplemental.
F < 35 Fail, no supplemental
N Fail, did not write examination or
otherwise complete course requirements
by the end of the term or session; no
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