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Unformatted text preview: Electrical, Computer, & Telecommunications Engineering Technology Microcomputers 20073 0618-303 Lab #5 Lab # 5: Bump-Bot Educational Objective: The educational objective of this laboratory is to interface the mega128.2 board to the TekBots Motor Controller Board and Sensor Board. For this lab exercise you will be working with a lab partner. You will be submitting one pre-lab and one lab report for the pair. Pre-Laboratory: 1. Using the attached schematics and block diagram as a reference, connect the mega128.2 board to your TekBot. EXCEPTION: wire the bump sensors to portD instead of portE. 2. Using the AVR Studio 4 tool; write, build and simulate a simple test program to verify that the Sensor Board is working and correctly interfaced to the mega128.2 board. This test program should continuously poll the sensor switch and reflect their status on the LEDs. For example, if the left sensor is pressed have LED L1 turn-on, if it is not pressed; have LED L1 be off. Be sure to test both sensors. 3. Using the AVR Studio 4 tool; write, build and simulate a simple test program to verify that the Motor Controller Board is working and correctly interfaced to the mega128.2 board. is working and correctly interfaced to the mega128....
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This note was uploaded on 01/10/2012 for the course ENG 0618-303 taught by Professor Christman during the Spring '07 term at RIT.
- Spring '07