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Unformatted text preview: Interfacing Projects Introduction These projects are to give computer-engineering teachers some ideas for possible projects or culminating activities. All the projects involve interfacing through the parallel port. The projects have used the components from the Classic Technology Kit (see suppliers). Included are: teachers notes, student handouts, diagrams, exemplars, worked solutions and marking schemes for most of the projects. The projects are available to download as a one .pdf file or in separate files (also .pdf format). The Turing solutions have been zipped with any picture files used. These projects satisfy the interfacing expectations for all the computer- engineering courses, but are most appropriate for the grade 10 or 11 level. The interfacing concepts in each project are all pretty much the same; the limiting factors are time, construction and program difficulty. Included is a difficulty scheme. This should give you an idea of the challenge posed by each project....
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- Spring '11