Course Introduction - University of Manitoba

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Course Introduction - University of Manitoba
Department of Electrical and
Computer Engineering
Faculty of Engineering
University of Manitoba
January, 2015
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• Prof. Ken Ferens, Ph.D., P.Eng.
• Room: E1-544 EITC
• Telephone: (204) 474-8517
• Email: [email protected]
• Office Hours: Anytime, anywhere.
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• Required Textbook
– Microprocessing Systems - Ken Ferens (distributed in class)
– Cost is $30.
• Other References
– 68000 Family Assembly Language, by Alan Clements
– Using Microprocessors and Microcomputers: The
Motorola Family, by Greenfield and Wray
– The 68HC11 Microcontroller, by J. D. Greenfield
– The Motorola MC68000, by Jean Bacon
– Microprocessor Systems Design, by A. Clements
– Microcontroller Technology, the 68HC11, by Peter Spasov
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Please bring $30 to next class
Tuesday January 12, and pick up
the course book.
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• Pay $30 for your course text book.
• Line up as shown.
• If you don’t have $30, please get
book and pay later.
Last Name: A-K
Last Name: L-Z
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http://ece.eng.umanitoba.ca/undergraduate/EC
E3610/
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DATE
JAN. 06
TIME
TOPIC
EVAL
11:30 – 12:45 μP Systems
First day of class
JAN. 18 – 22 2:30 – 5:25
Lab #1
2%
FEB. 03
Test #1
10 %
6:00 – 8:00
FEB. 01 – 05 2:30 – 5:25
FEB. 15
FEB. 15 – 19
Lab #2
DESCRIPTION
2%
A Tiny Operation Set
Calculator: Verilog and
FPGA
Coverage: Lab #1 &
Lectures
Programming The
HCS12 μP Using The
MetroWerks
CodeWarrior
Development
Environment
Louis Riel Day.
University closed
Mid-Term break: No
classes or examinations
LOCATION
E2-110
E3-528: BO1,
BO6, B07
E3-558: BO2,
BO3, BO4, BO5
E2-110 (A-K);
E2-105 (L-Z)
E3-528: BO1,
BO6, B07
E3-558: BO2,
BO3, BO4,
BO5
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DATE
FEB. 22 – 26
TIME
TOPIC EVAL
2:30 – 5:25 Lab #3
2%
MAR. 02
6:00 – 8:00 Test #2 10 %
MAR. 07 –
111
2:30 – 5:25 Lab #4
MAR. 18
2%
DESCRIPTION
LOCATION
Programming The
HCS12 μP to
Compute Square Root
and Multiple
Precision Unsigned
Arithmetic
Coverage: Lab #2 &
Lectures
E3-528: BO1,
BO6, B07
E3-558: BO2,
BO3, BO4,
BO5
E2-130 (A-K);
E3-270 (L-Z)
Assembler Directives, E3-528: BO1,
BO6, B07
The Stack,
E3-558: BO2,
Subroutines, and
BO3, BO4,
Bubble Sorting
BO5
Last day for Voluntary
Withdrawal
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WORK SCHEDULE (3)
DATE
TIME
TOPIC EVAL
MAR. 21 – 25 2:30 – 5:25 Lab #5 2 %
APR. 04
APR. 10
TBA
11:59:59 PM
20%
Monday
11:30 – 12:45
Final
Exam
50 %
DESCRIPTION
General Purpose IO (GPIO),
Push-Button (PB) Switch, and
Light Emitting Diode (LED)
References
LOCATION
E3-528: BO1,
BO6, B07
E3-558: BO2,
BO3, BO4,
BO5
Project due date
Last day of classes Apr. 10, but our last class
will be April 9, 2015.
Coverage: Lectures, labs, and
TBA
Projects
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Evaluation
COMPONENT
Labs
Project
Term Test 1
Term Test 2
Final
Examination
VALUE
10%
20%
10%
10%
DETAILS
Answer Questions in the lab and Points to Ponder
Due: April 04, 11:59:59 PM Monday
February 3;
6:00 –8:00pm;
E2-110/E2-105
March 2;
6:00 –8:00pm;
E2-110/E2-105
50%
TBA
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PROJECT (1)
# PROJECT
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Data
Communications
Part 4
Data
Communications
Part 3
Data
Communications
Part 1
Data
Communications
Part 2
DESCRIPTION
μC1 sends data to μC2 using a dual-port FIFO, using DMA. The system
uses the direct memory access (DMA) method to send the data.
μC1 receives data to μC2 using a dual-port FIFO, using DMA. The system
uses the direct memory access (DMA) method to send the data.
μC1 sends data to μC2 using a dual-port FIFO, using DMA. The system
uses the indirect memory access (IDMA) method to send the data.
μC1 receives data to μC2 using a dual-port FIFO, using DMA. The system
uses the indirect memory access (IDMA) method to send the data.
2 Digital Stop Watch A microprocessor based digital stop watch.
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Digital Waveform
A microprocessor based waveform generator.
Generator
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PROJECT (2)
#
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PROJECT
DESCRIPTION
A Microprocessing system to control the direction and speed of a
robot. The robot is to be programmed to follow a strip of white tape
placed on a black background.
A digital TV router. A microprocessor inputs digital video packets
from a digital TV data server, and routes the packets to one of two
A Digital TV Router
TV stations. The TV data packets are switched based on the Channel
ID (CID) descriptor of a data packet.
A sound-detection based security system. A microprocessor
Sound-Detection monitors sound in a given room. If the sound exceeds a certain
Based Security threshold, an alarm is sounded. The system sound the alarm if
every 8-bit sample of a 1ms sequence of sound samples is higher
System
than a given amplitude. The given amplitude is user selectable.
Simple Robot
Control
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PROJECT (3)
#
PROJECT
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A Multitone Buzzer
A microprocessing system to implement a multitoned buzzer.
LED pattern display
system
A Eye-foot
Coordination Video
Game/System
A microprocessing system to implement an LED pattern display
system.
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Stepper Motor
DESCRIPTION
A microprocessing system to implement an eye-foot coordination
game/exercise.
A Microprocessing system to control a stepper motor.
Nitrogen monitoring A Microprocessing system to monitor nitrogen pollution in a lake.
Rotary switch
A Microprocessing system to implement a rotary switch.
A Microprocessing system to implement a wireless position and
Wireless position and tracking system. The system uses a GPS device to obtain real-time
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tracking system
coordinates of an automobile to report to a central data gathering
station.
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COURSE OUTLINE
• Review of number systems, logical operations,
and digital circuits
• Tiny operation set computer
• The basic 8-bit microprocessor
• Macro/micro-instruction programmability and
animation
• Condition code register
• Assembly language programming
– Addressing modes, computer decisions and branch
instructions, transfer, arithmetic, and logic instruction,
the stack and subroutines, interrupt service routines.
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COURSE OUTLINE
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Assemblers
Integrated development environment
Basic microprocessor interfacing
Address decoding in memory mapped systems
Memory mapped I/O and interrupts
Multiple sources of IRQs and interrupt priority
Peripheral interface adapter
Memory accessing techniques and direct memory
access
• Design examples
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MICROPROCESSOR HIERARCHY
Basic
Microprocessor
Digital Signal
Processor
Microcontroller
MultiProcessing
Systems
Distributed
Systems
Multi-Core
Processors
Soft MultiCore
Processors
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MICROPROCESSOR MANUFACTURERS
AMD
Hagenuk
Microchip
QED
Synertek
AMI
Harris
Mitsubishi
RCA
Temic (MHS)
C-Cube
Hitachi
MME
Rise
Tesla
CHIPS
HP
MIL
Renesas
TI
CMDMicro
Hughes
MOS
Samsung
Toshiba
Cypress
IBM
Mostek
SGS
ULSI
Cyrix
IDT
Motorola
Sharp
UMC
Dallas
IIT
National Semi.
Siemens
VIA
DEC
Inmos
NCR
Signetics
VLSI
Electronic Arrays
Intel
NEC
Sony
Weitek
Fairchild
Intersil
NexGen
SSS
WD
Fujitsu
LC Tech
OKI
ST
WDC
GTEu
LSI
Philips
Sun Micro.
Zilog
SCL
Unitra Cemi
Pravetz
DDR-MME
Atmel
MHS
NKK
Performance Semi. SiLabs
Transmeta
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MICROPROCESSOR MANUFACTURERS
• Freescale (Motorola spinoff, but now acquired by NXP)
– Number 1 in market share for automotive applications
– Number 2 in market share for microcontrollers
• Microchip
– No. 1 supplier of 8-bit microcontrollers
• Others
– Analog Devices, Texas Instruments, Fujitsu, Hitachi, Intel,
National Semiconductor, etc.
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Source: https://www.databeans.net/
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APPLICATIONS OF MICROPROCESSORS
• Audio & Speech
• Displays
– Wireless Audio
– Graphical Displays
– Segmented LCD
• Automotive
– Automotive
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Battery Management
CAN
Computers
Digital Entertainment
Units
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Ethernet
High Temperature
Home Appliance
Lighting
LIN
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APPLICATIONS OF MICROPROCESSORS
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Low Power
Medical
Metering
Motor Control & Drive
Industrial & Embedded
Systems
• Portable Consumer Electronics
• Power Management
– Intelligent Power
• Printing & Other Consumer
Electronics
• Security & Authentication
• Smart Energy
• Smartphone Accessories
• Touch and Input Sensing
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Proximity, Keys and Sliders
Touch Screens and Touch Pads
3D Tracking and Gesture Sensing
Haptics
• USB
• Wireless Connectivity
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Bluetooth®
Infrared
MiWi™
WiFi®
ZigBee®
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• All of the lecture slides I present in class are available on the
web site: http://ece.eng.umanitoba.ca/undergraduate/ECE3610/
• I always update the lecture slides prior to the lecture period
– Therefore, the best time to download the lecture slides is after
the lecture period.
– You can download a copy before the lecture period to familiarize
yourself with the content that will be presented, but you should
get an updated copy after the lecture period.
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Ways to Study for this Course
and Get Grade A
• During class periods
– Attend all class periods
– Listen mostly, but you can take notes in the pages of the book
• After class
– Download and read the lecture slides, and ensure you understand everything.
– Read the associated section in the book for this course. This will solidify your
understanding.
• Homework assignments
– Do all of the homework assignments given in the lecture periods.
– Some test questions will be based on the homework assignments.
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Ways to Study for this Course
and Get Grade A
• Labs
– Attend and do all laboratories
– Answer all questions and the Points to Ponder questions in the lab manuals.
– Some test questions will be based on the labs.
• Tests
– Do the recommended practise test questions from tests of previous years.
• A list of recommend practise test questions will be given prior to the tests.
– The type, format, and example of the test questions will be given in the class period
prior to the scheduled test.
• Exam and course project
– Do a good job on the project for this course.
– The final exam will be similar to one of the projects.
– Actually, all of the projects have been final exams in previous years.
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