Tut_2 - EEE3017W - Tutorial 2 System Design Total marks: 40...

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1 EEE3017W - Tutorial 2 System Design Total marks: 40 Tuts are done in individually . Submit your completed tut as either a MS Word document (.doc/.docx) or pdf together with your code/circuits in a zipped archive on Vula by the appropriate date. If you have drawn circuits/flow charts in another program or have screen shots of your program outputs please include these in your word document under the appropriate headings. If you have written code, please only submit your main.asm file or main.c file. Ensure that the code is well commented and your document is neat or you will lose marks. Introduction In this tut you will design two practical systems. Before you begin your tut: Create a word document called: Tut2-STUDENTNUMBER1.docx where STUDENTNUMBER1 is your student number. Draw your block diagrams and flow charts in word or an appropriate program and insert them into your word document. Part A: Low cost game [18 Marks] You wish to design and produce a cheap consumer game. You expect to sell tens of thousands of units, in other words you need to keep your production costs low. The game is a “who was first” game. There are four players and a referee, who starts the game. Your product will need to have a button for each player, and an indicator LED which will show who won
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