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Unformatted text preview: Northeastern University ECE U535 Microprocessor Lab Lab Report Guide Michael Benjamin January 18, 2006 The purpose of the labs are to reinforce your understanding of the material presented in the lectures, textbook, references, etc. and to strengthen your ability to convey technical concepts and experimental results in concise English. Before each lab there will be a quick pre-lab quiz to demonstrate your preparation and differentiate grades between students of the same group. Each report should present clearly and concisely the work your group performed. The following format should be used for all reports. Each report should be typed and any equations or schematics can be neatly drawn by hand if your group choses not to use an equation editor or drawing program. There is no minimum / maximum page or typesetting requirements. It is up to you and your group to make the reports look neat and read well. If needed, requirements may be specified later in the semester. Using a T E X or L A T E X editor (such as TexShop, LEd, LyX, etc.) is recommended. Each lab report should have a cover page which contains the following infor- mation: Course Number and Title, Instructors Name and T.A. Name, Lab Title, Names of Students, Due Date, and Date Submitted....
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This note was uploaded on 02/02/2012 for the course ELECTRICAL EECE4572 taught by Professor Salehi during the Spring '11 term at Northeastern.
- Spring '11