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Final Review Fundamentals of Mechatronics Engineering 12/09/08
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(Pre lecture Comments) Final is December 15 th at 12:15pm, same room. A standard note sheet and calculator allowed. Cumulative Final covering everything.
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Course Review Understanding the capabilities of a microcontroller and what are the basic features (registers, program counter, stack pointer, ALU, SRAM, Flash RAM). The code, whether assembly or C, requires above mentioned knowledge of the hardware by necessity. When dealing with control systems, the nature of what we are doing is controlling the microcontroller components and interfacing to other real components. This is not C executing in a pure software environment on a PC.
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Course Review Because we use microcontrollers, a digital device, one of the most relevant control techniques is with Pulse Width Modulation. Inherent within PWM is the idea that we are purposely exceeding the system response (bandwidth) so that the device sees the average (effective) voltage. The ideas of system response and bandwidth our interwoven.
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