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Fall 2011- Syllabus
Microprocessors Laboratory
ECE330L
ECE 330L - Syllabus
Instructor:
Arlen Planting
Office Hours:
Mon/Wed 1:00-3:00pm, Tues/Thurs 3:00-5:00, or by appointment
Lab Assistant:
Vikram Patel
Office: ET 227
Phone: 426-4826
Email: [email protected]
Course Description:
Lab work on microprocessor using a macroassembler and a hardware experimentation kit. Coreq: ECE 330.
Lab Meeting Times:
Tuesday / Thursday 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM, ET 312 (instructor and/or lab assistant will be
available in the lab at these times only, or by appointment)
Required text:
ECE 330 Microprocessors Course Reference. Additional laboratory instructions are
provided on course/laboratory webpage.
Course/Lab Webpage: http://coen.boisestate.edu/aplanting/ece330fall2011/
Laboratory Objectives: After taking this laboratory, the students should be able to:
• Design and build the functions described by given specifications, using assembly or C programming
languages in Nios II processor
• Understand the features of a processor
• Interface to different devices (serial and parallel)
• Employ the instruction set simulator to verify functions of the source code
Schedule:
Week
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Topic
Introduction
Lab 0: Getting Started
Lab 1: Memory
Lab 2: PIO Devices
Lab 3: Assembly Subroutines
Nios II Introduction
Lab 4 TBD
Lab 5 TBD
Lab 6 TBD
Week
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
Topic
Lab 7: Seven segment display
Lab 8a: Exceptions 1
Lab 8b: Exceptions 2
Project: Software PWM
Thanksgiving
Final Project
Final Project
Final Project
Final: Tues, December 13, 6:00-8:00 pm
Grading: For labs, check-off will be 70% of grade and lab report will be 30%. (All team members must be
present for check-off. Absent or late team member will receive a zero for that lab.) Labs must be checked off
before 8:00 p.m. Thursday of week due. For projects, check-off will be 60% of grade and report will be 40%.
Lab Reports and Lab Quizzes: Lab Reports are a collaborative effort between you and your lab
partner. All lab reports are to be submitted by midnight on Friday the week of the lab check off. All
lab quizzes are an individual effort, to gauge your understanding of lab concepts.
Labs and Projects:
In addition to the labs (with well-defined steps), there will be lab projects that offer more opportunity for
problem-solving and creative approaches. See the course/laboratory website for project descriptions. The final
project will not be completely defined. We will go through a few negotiation sessions. You get to ask all the
questions you want.
Boise State University
Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
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