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XSEN 4180 - Real-Time Embedded Microcontroller Applications F,W (3-3) [0.50]

This course will concentrate on the chip functionality of the MCHCS6812 series of microcontrollers. The intent of the course will be to understand and implement the following chip functions in real time applications: Enhanced Capture Timer, Output Compare, Input Capture, Pulse Width Modulation, Serial Communications, Analog to Digital Conversion, Digital to Analog Conversion. Projects will make use of a PC based Human Machine Interface (HMI) design programmed by the student in Visual Basic or Visual C++ that is used to serially (via the SCI) collect data from and control functions in the microcontroller. This course is taught at Seneca College.