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A Course in Microprocessors Based on the 16/32 Bit 68000 ??P

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1 Author(s)
Rulph Chassaing ; Engineering and Technology Division, Roger Williams College, Bristol, RI 02809.

A junior year, second semester course in microprocessors (??P) was developed in the Computer Engineering Area at Roger Williams College in the Spring, 1984. A hands-on approach was emphasized, and many experiments were performed in conjunction with the popular Motorola Educational Computer Board (ECB) with a 68090 ??P to provide the students experiences in software and hardware interfacing. A final project required design, testing, and presentation by students in groups of three. The purpose of this paper is to give a detailed description of the experiments and the equipment used which can provide a guide for a second-level course in ??P.

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IEEE Transactions on Education  (Volume:E-30 ,  Issue: 3 )