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Embedded System for Biomedical Applications for BME ( Fourth Year ) Term II 2010-2011

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  1. Embedded System for Biomedical Applications for BME(Fourth Year)Term II2010-2011 Assistant Prof \ Fadhl M. Alakwaa

  2. Course Description • Introduction to  microcontrollers.  Microprocessor registers, memory, and programmable input/output devices.  Interrupts.  Single chip controllers. Design and testing of software for  microcontrollers.  Hardware/software design tradeoffs and issues. Individual design projects.

  3. Our goals for this term: • ● Practical usage of Microcontrollers in the Biomedical Context • ●See examples of ongoing research in BME • ●Implementation of project ideas

  4. At the end of this course the students could: • Concepts and usage of microcontrollers ? • (2) Atmel microcontrollers + Tools ? • (3) Breadboard – circuits, Soldering, SMD ? • (4) Analog electronics ( OpAmps, Filtering ) ? • (5) Sampling and A/D Conversion ?

  5. Query the given skills • (6) Assembly & C-Programming, Keil ? • (7) Event-based firmware programming, interrupts ? • (8) Data Transmission using UART/RS232 ? • (9) Interfacing uC-firmware and PC (host-) software ? • (10) Design of PCBs using a CAD-Tool ? • (11) Usage of the Eagle-CAD Layout Editor ?

  6. Query the given skills • (12) Soldering and building up electronic circuits • (13) Reading datasheets, studying new parts • (14) Understand the PowerPC processor architecture • (15) Be able to program in assembly & C. • (16) Be able to understand how assembly is converted to machine code

  7. Query the given skills • (17) Do basic hardware and software debugging • (18) Be able to work with, program, and design basic embedded systems. • What are your ideas / expectations for this course ?

  8. Subjects • L1: ADC0808 and DAC0808 • L2: Addressing modes • L3: Serial communication • Micro to micro • Micro to PC • L4: Interfacing to external memory • Interfacing MICROCONTROLLER WITH MOBILE. • L5: STEEPER,DC AND SERVO MOTOR

  9. Subjects • L6: Interfacing with 8255 • L7:MID TERM EXAM • L8: Matlab and SIMULINK • L9: Labview • L10: Graphics processing unit • L11: FPGA • L12,13,14: VHDL

  10. Lab MUST proteus + hardwareMaybe Atmel, AVR, PIC,..Maybe C or Assembly • Experiment 1: ADC0808 • Experiment 2: DAC0808 +ADC0808 • Experiment3: stepper motor • Experiment4: micro -micro serial communication • Experiment5: micro- PC interfacing • Experiment6: SIMULINK1

  11. Lab proteous + hardware • Experiment7: SIMULINK2 • Experiment8: VHDL • Experiment9: VHDL • Experiment10: Soldering and PCB 1 • Experiment11: Soldering and PCB 2 • Experiment12: Soldering and PCB 3 • Experiment13: Soldering and PCB 4 • Experiment14: EXAM

  12. Books • The 8051 Microcontroller and Embedded Systems Using Assembly and C-2nd-ed BY Mazidi • The 8051 Microcontroller 3rd Edition Mackenzie • Introduction to Microprocessor &Microcontroller • Embedded systems design 2ed • Analog Interfacing to Embedded Microprocessors

  13. Course Evaluation Project 20 phase1 1/4 phase2 1/5 phase3 1/6 Midterm 20 Class participation 10 Lab 20 (Project +Midterm +Class participation +Lab )/70*50 Final 50 ONE QUASTION something like the project

  14. Course Projects: Project Micro-Controller 8051: data acquisition and control system

  15. Important Comments from the Previous Course • ALL of the term1 code are required in this term. • Not Excuses • Not degree explanation (fair assessment) • In time policy (one day late=one degree loss) • Join a group (mandatory) • Update your attendance and results daily.

  16. Group Activity: BME_UST http://www.facebook.com/search/?q=BME_UST&init=quick#!/group.php?gid=325135515239&ref=search&sid=1096082202.1772363120..1