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2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog 
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

EEN 2270 - Embedded Microprocessors

Credits: 4
Today’s computers fall into two categories. The first uses high performance microprocessors such as the Pentium Class of Processors. The second category focuses on issues of space, cost, low power and fast development in products such as wireless phones, automobiles, security systems, and washing machines. This course focuses on the second category and the Hardware and Software design of these controllers. Students will learn how to design embedded systems via both lecture and laboratory instruction. Laboratory projects will include designing, building and testing of these systems and evaluating the HW/SW tradeoffs.
Prerequisite(s): EEN 1200  and EEN 2250 . Alternatively, CSC 3720 or CSC 4720  can take the place of EEN 1200  and EEN 2250 .
Three hours of lecture a week and one three-hour laboratory a week.