lecture14 - FoundationsofEmbeddedSystems ATermFall2008

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Foundations of Embedded Systems A Term Fall 2008 Lecture #14:  More ADC Examples Reading for Today: TI example code, ADXL330 data sheet Reading for Next Class: SPI Articles, User's Manual Ch 15 Lab #2 (on web): Report due 9/30/2008 HW #4 (on web):            Due MONDAY 9/29/2008                     Exam #2 – Tuesday 9/30/2008 Last Class:   Basic settings for the ADC12 registers for a simple single channel, single  conversion measurement >> Use code examples >> Add new required elements as needed starting from working code Let's stand back and take stock. .. >> All  of the interfacing to and programming of peripherals is just IO !       --> In general purpose computing this is automagically handled by OS. ..   In General Purpose (PC-style) Computing Applications Operating System = User Interface System SW = Interface to HW HW Layer = CPU, Mem., peripherals Our Embedded Systems programming this term has been Application HW Layer = CPU, Memory, Peripherals
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This term you have been building 1. An appreciation for architecture of a microcontroller (what functionalities they are 
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