Microprocessors Laboratory

Microprocessors Laboratory (ENGR 307):
20 Workstations

This lab provides equipment and tools for students to explore the microprocessor architecture by writing, debugging and running simple programs in assembly and C languages. The programs provide students with hands-on experience in topics such as addressing mode, instruction set, memory and array manipulation, interrupts, and simple input/output operations. The lab also provides equipment and tools for students to practice the design and implementation of simple microprocessor-based system control and interface, as well as the use of digital logic analyzer for digital circuit design and testing.
 

  • Course:      EE120 - Microprocessor-Based System Design
  • Laboratory Director: Dr. Youngsoo Kim
  • Sponsor:    Electrical Engineering Department
 
Equipment Model Quantity
Function Generator Tektronix CFG250, CFG253 15
Oscilloscope Tektronix 2225, Rigol DS1104, Agilent DSO-X2022A, DSO3102A 15
DC Power Supply Agilent E3630A, HP E3630A 3
Experimental Board Atmel HP E3630A 16
Desktop Computer Dell Optiplex 9020 20