CET 3503 Syllabus

CET 3503- Microcomputer Technology I
Standard Course Outline (Updated: Fall 2006)
Catalog Description:
Goals/Objectives of the
Course Outcomes:
CET 3503- Microcomputer Technology I
(3 credits) Microcomputer assembly programming, including
overview of architecture and operating system environment. Course
prerequisites: High level language.
This course introduces the architectures of Microcomputers. Covers
the fundamentals of microcomputers based systems knowledge. This
course provides applied theory to the μC8051 (micro controller),
along with hands on experience of programming a commercial Micro
Controller development package.
 Students will be able to describe the architecture of a modern
computer, identifying its major components and their
functional relationship.
 Students will be able to employ the instruction set of the 8051
in programming simple applications in assembler and C
 Students will be able design modules to manipulate timers,
interrupts, serial interfaces and A/D and D/A converter within
a project.
 Specify, design and implement a basic operating system
solution with the μC8051
Relationship to ET
Program Outcomes:
CET 3503 contributes the following to the ENT program outcomes:
 CO1------------------------------(Outcomes 01, 03, 04, 05)
 CO2------------------------------(Outcomes 01, 02, 03, 04, 05)
 CO3------------------------------(Outcomes 01, 02, 03, 04, 05)
 CO4------------------------------(Outcomes 01, 02, 03, 04, 05)
The 8051 Microcontroller: Hardware Software and Interfacing. 2nd.
Edition. Stewart James W. and Kai X. Miao. Prentice Hall.
 C and the 8051. Thomas W. Shultz. Page Free Publisher, Otsego
 The 8051 Microcontroller. I Scott MacKenzie. 3rd Edition.
Prentice Hall.
 The 8051 Microcontroller and Embedded Systems. Mazidi and
Mazidi. Prentice Hall.
 Programming and customizing the 8051 microcontroller. Myke
Predko. McGraw Hill 1999.
1. Introduction to CET3503
2. Architecture of Microcomputers
3. Architecture and organization of 8051
4. Instructions set for 8051
5. 8051 Assembly Language
Topics Covered:
Computer Usage:
Laboratory Exercises:
C8051F020DK board
C Programming for 8051
C Programming for 8051 Examples
8051 Applications
System design Techniques/Project discussion
This class will utilize WebCT and FEEDS Video Streaming. All
announcements and news will be posted on WebCT.
All laboratory exercises will be performed at the student’s home using
the hardware and software purchased for this course.
Required Equipment:
Silicon Laboratories C8051F020DK-U Microcontroller Development
Kit. Available through Website http://www.silabs.com. An IBM PC
(under Windows 95, 98, 2000, XP), with USB or Comm. port, CDDrive is required.
Course Grading:
There will be two term exam, a final comprehensive exam and a
project. There will be homework assignments to be completed
through WebCT.
1st Exam
15 %
2nd Exam
Final Exam
20 %
Homework Assignments
30 %
20 %
Library Usage:
Students are encouraged to consult library and Internet references to
aid in researching course material, complete written projects, and
prepare oral presentations.
Course Assessment:
Useful methods for assessing the success of this course in achieving
the intended outcomes listed above:
 CO1: Homework and exams.
 CO2: Homework, exam and assignments with the DK
C8051F020DK board.
 CO3: Homework, exam and assignments with the DK
C8051F020DK board.
 CO4: Specify, design and implement a basic operating
system solution with the μC8051
Course Policies:
Additional Course
Information, Policies
and Expectations:
Professionalism and Ethics:
Academic dishonesty in any form will not be tolerated!!! Violations
of student academic behavior standards are outlined in The Golden
Rule, the University of Central Florida's Student Handbook. See
ttp://www.goldenrule.sdes.ucf.edu/ for further details.
Per university policy and plain classroom etiquette, mobile phones,
pagers, etc. MUST be silenced during all classroom lectures and
exams. Those not heeding this rule will be asked to leave the
classroom immediately so as to not disrupt the learning environment.
Computer Skills/Usage
• WebCT and e-mail will be used to communicate with students
and disseminate materials and assignments throughout the
course. So LIVE and FEEDS students should check WebCT and
their e-mail at least once per day.
Course Assignments
• All assignments are due on or BEFORE the scheduled due date and
time. Absolutely NO late assignments will be accepted.
• All assignments must be submitted via WebCT, unless specified
• All assignments must be submitted in a high-quality and
professional manner. They should be well-written and understandable.
The steps/methods of solving the problems should be clearly stated.
• Students are encouraged to collaborate outside of class to discuss
and debate course concepts. However, all assignments MUST be
completed and written up individually. Each student is required to turn
in his or her own solutions. If the assignment has been designated a
team assignment by the instructor, one copy of the assignment
solutions containing the names of all team members is required.
All exams will be on line. Students will be given a time window
during which the exam can be taken. If students have problems
submitting their exam for any reason (system is down etc.), they need
to get in touch with Kim Okamoto, the WebCT specialist for the
college at 407-823-5248 or email her at [email protected]
Any other question about the exam should be directed to the
Makeup Assignments and Examinations
• Make-up exams will only be permitted under extreme
circumstances. There will be material that is not covered in the
textbook. The student will have to be responsible to correspond with
the instructor via WebCT or email.
Course Coordinator:
Dr. Alireza Rahroo
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