ELEC30x0_Syllabus_Fall2011

ELEC30x0_Syllabus_Fall2011 - COURSE SYLLABUS ELEC 3040...

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COURSE SYLLABUS ELEC 3040 – ELECTRICAL SYSTEM DESIGN LABORATORY ELEC 3050 – EMBEDDED SYSTEM DESIGN LABORATORY FALL SEMESTER, 2011 INSTRUCTORS: Victor P. Nelson, Office: Broun 326, Email: nelsovp@auburn.edu John Y. Hung, Office: Broun 227, Email: hungjoh@auburn.edu LAB OVERVIEW MEETINGS: 3-3:50 p.m. Monday in Broun 239 LABORATORY SESSIONS (in Broun 320) and Graduate Teaching Assistants: Section 001: 3:30-5:20 p.m. Thursday; GTA Michael Wooten, jmw0004@auburn.edu Section 002: 3:00-4:50 p.m. Wednesday; GTA James Tacey, jmt0023@tigermail.auburn.edu Section 003: 3:30-5:20 p.m. Tuesday; GTA James Tacey, jmt0023@tigermail.auburn.edu Section 004: 12:30-2:20 p.m. Thursday GTA Michael Wooten, jmw0004@auburn.edu PREREQUISITES: ELEC 3050: ELEC 2210 – Digital Electronics (with lab) – or old ELEC 2020 ELEC 2220 - Computer Systems ELEC 3040: ELEC 2220 - Computer Systems ELEC 3030 – RF Systems Lab (EE Lab III) ELEC 3500 – Control Systems (Co-requisite) TEXTBOOK: On-line at http://www.eng.auburn.edu/~nelsovp/courses/elec3040_3050 REFERENCE: Frederick M. Cady, Software and Hardware Engineering: Assembly and C Programming for the Freescale HCS12 Microcontroller, 2 nd Ed. , Oxford University Press, 2008, ISBN-13: 978-0-19-530826-6. (ELEC 2220 text) BREADBOARDS & PARTS: Purchase at Scientific Supply Store, 211 Science Center Lab Building. Link to a list of available parts can be found at: http://eng.auburn.edu/programs/ece/students/ Course Goals: Design an electronic system containing both hardware and software elements. Interface devices to a computer system and integrate hardware and software in the design and application of an embedded computer system. The application will be digital control of dc motor speed, including user interface, motor driver, speed measurement, control algorithms and implementation issues. Practice in written and oral technical communication, development and documentation of an engineering design, and exposure to cross-functional issues including teaming and ethical decision making.
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Laboratory Schedule and Exercises: 1. Software development and debugging with CodeWarrior for the MC9SC128 “DragonFly12 Plus” module; EEBOARD platform; engineering documentation. 2.
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