Lab 03 - Blinky

Lab 03 - Blinky - Lab 3: Blinky Lab Lab 3: Blinky Modify...

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BYU CS/ECEn Blinky Lab 1 Lab 3: Blinky Lab Lab 3: Blinky Modify the blinky.asm assembly program from Lab 1 to blink the LaunchPad red LED quickly on and off at exactly 10 second intervals. Calculate the number of instructions and instruction cycles used by the processor during the 10 second interval. Use these numbers to determine the Main System Clock frequency (MCLK), the average number of clock cycles required by the MSP430 processor to execute an instruction (CPI), and the resulting power of the processor as measured in millions of instructions per second (MIPS).
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BYU CS/ECEn Blinky Lab 2 2 points Your blinky program quickly blinks the red LED on and off every 10 seconds (accurate to plus or minus 1 second per minute). 1 point The assembler directive .equ is used to define all delay counts and constants. 2 points The correct number of clock cycles for every assembly instruction is found in the comment field of each instruction. 2 points The clock speed (MCLK) of your LaunchPad processor is determined by dividing the number of instruction cycles in the 10 second timing interval (both
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