Mechatronics 2 (MTRX2700)
UNIT OF STUDY
The aim of the unit is to introduce students to microprocessor and microcomputer systems, emphasizing assembly language programming and building on the digital logic foundations from first year. In particular, the following subjects are addressed:
Introduction to microprocessors, stored-program computer architecture, instruction codes and addressing modes, instruction execution cycle; Memory devices. Computer architecture and assembly language programming. Microprocessor and microcontroller systems, memory and IO interfacing, interrupts and interrupt handling. Serial and parallel communications. System design, documentation, implementation, debugging and testing.
MTRX2700 is the introductory course in the basics of real Mechatronic systems. This course builds on knowledge obtained in the courses ENGG1801, MTRX1701, ELEC1103 and MTRX1702. This course extends this knowledge by introducing students to their first practical applications in Mechatronic Engineering. By passing this subject, the student will have obtained the necessary skills to undertake Mechatronics 3 (MTRX3700).
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Further unit of study information
Lecture 2.5 hrs/week; Laboratory 3 hrs/week.
Through semester assessment (60%) and Final Exam (40%)
Han-Way Huang/HC12/9S12 An introduction to Software and Hardware Interfacing/Second Edition/2010/ISBN-13: 978-1-435-42742-6//
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Unit of study rules
Prerequisites and assumed knowledge
MTRX1701. Students are assumed to know how to program using the 'C' programming language. Additionally, students should understand the basic concepts behind simple digital logic circuits.
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If you wish to undertake one or more units of study (subjects) for your own interest but not towards a degree, you may enrol in single units as a non-award student.
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