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Unformatted text preview: 9y [LIST 1 ' O #5 0000 i if owl 4 {5f owe 3 PK 00“ °\ X/j iOU\ '2 5 Moo 7’ ‘5’ Oll\ 1‘3” .91- Ho! if ’(A/ ml :7: fl“ 41/» z w, (1/! Q13 A threshold student (40%) should be able to demonstrate knowledge of the following: 0 Current applications of microprocessors and FPGAS o What a microprocessor and FPGA are. 0 That modern FPGAs can contain microprocessor cores. 0 Recognition of different types of microprocessor. Typically DSP, microcontroller and general purpose microprocessors and examples of the use of each. 0 The requirement of a microprocessor system to have memory and i/o particularly a/d and d/a At this level, I would not expect much evidence of background reading. A good student (65%) should be able to demonstrate a deeper knowledge and understanding of the above plus: 0 An understanding of the complementary nature of microprocessors and FPGAs 0 An understanding of several examples of the use of microprocessors and FPGAs. Particularly in the fields of mobile comms (perhaps Ti OMAP) and consumer products. 0 An understanding (at an appropriate level for year 2) of the architectures of different types of microprocessor. 0 An excellent student will also be able to relate this to applications in other engineering disciplines. I would expect evidence of considerable reading beyond lectures to be demonstrated. Appropriate diagrams are expected. CCCCC [71 yam W ‘ W410“; . _ W" [m fluff“ WW1: ...
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