Embedded System

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Department of Mechanical Engineering

Course:
Outline of Embedded Systems

Faculty of Engineering Technology


Course Number:
315073453

Al
-
Balqa’ Applied University

pre
-
req.: 315020315

Fall semester 2008/2009


Instructor:
:
Dr. Sayel M.

Fayyad



2007 Catalog Data: (ME 453), Microprocessor Hardware &Software Modules.
Microcontrollers HW & SW Architectures.
Microcontrollers Programming and Interface with Real
-
Time Autotronics Systems. Microprocessor &
Microcontrollers Applications in
Autotronics Systems.

Text book:

-
Byte Craft Limited book
, "
First Steps with
Embedded systems
", 1997.

Canada

Ref
e
rences
:
-
Dogan Ibrahim, microcontrollers projects in C, 2000,
1
ST

edition, Newnes

-
Peter Spavo, Microcontrollers t
echnology, 2
nd

edition, prentic Hall.

-
Kenneth Hintz and Daniel Tabak, "Microcontrollers:
architecture, implementation, & programming, Mc
-
Graw Hill.

Course Objectives:
This course will give the Autotronics students the theoretical background
and the abil
ity to use microprocessors and microcontrollers in different
Autotronics applications and this will be achieved through lecture
topics, homework problem assignments, exams, and an independent
projects
.

COURSE TOPICS:


No.

Main items

Week(s)

1

CH.1

1.1 In
troduction to embedded systems (ES's)

1.2 History of ES's
1.3 Review for


-
electronics



-

logic design

1.4 ES's examples and characteristics

3

2

CH.2

2.1 Microprocessors (hardware and software) arch
itecture

2.2 Microcontrollers (hardware and software) architecture

2.3 Computers and Routers

4

3

CH.3

3.1 Real time systems


3.2 Relationship between real time systems & ES's

3.3 Microcontrollers programming and interface with

Real time Autotronics systems (us
ing C language, C++, and
simulation using PROTEOUS+Microc)

4

4

CH.4

4.1 ES's applications in Autotronics Systems

4.2 Projec
ts (discussion and evaluation)


3

Examination and
G
rading: First
E
xam:

20%


Second
E
xam:


20%



Home works & projects:


10%


Final
E
xam:

50%