CSE 171 Introduction to Digital Logic and Microprocessors

CSE 470/570
EE 470/570
System Design
Prof. Richard E. Haskell
115 Dodge Hall
CSE/EE 470/570
• Prerequisites:
CSE 470: CSE 378
EE 470: EE 378
CSE 570: BS in CE or CS
EE 570: BS in EE
CSE/EE 470/570
• Text:
MC9S12C32 : 16-Bit Microcontroller datasheets
Download 9S12C32_ZIP.ZIP from
CSE/EE 470/570
• Suggested references:
• 68HC12 Microcontroller: Theory and Applications, Daniel J. Pack
and Steven F. Barrett, Prentice Hall, 2002.
• Software and Hardware Engineering: Motorola M68HC12,
Fredrick M. Cady and James M. Sibigtroth, Oxford University
Press, 2000.
• MC68HC12: An Introduction – Software and Hardware Interfacing,
Han-Way Huang, Thomson, 2003.
• Embedded Microcomputer Systems: Real Time Interfacing,
Jonathan W. Valvano, Brooks/Cole, 2000.
• Design of Embedded Systems Using 68HC12/11 Microcontrollers,
Richard E. Haskell, Prentice Hall, 2000.
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• Development board:
• Each student must purchase a CML-12C32 development
board directly from Axiom Manufacturing,
www.axman.com. $78.00 with educational discount.
Course Contents
• The 68HC12 and HCS12 Families of
• 68HC12 instructions and addressing modes
• Parallel Interfacing
• Interrupts
• The Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI)
• Analog-to-Digital Converter
Course Contents (cont.)
Timers and PWM
The Serial Communication Interface (SCI)
Fuzzy Control
Program Development in assembly
language, C, and WHYP
Course Objectives
By the end of this course you should be able to:
• Write 68HC12 assembly language programs
• Implement and test programs on the
Motorola MC9S12C32 microcontroller
Course Objectives (cont.)
By the end of this course you should be able to:
• Design an HCS12-based embedded system that
Parallel ports
Synchronous (SPI) and asynchronous (SCI) serial ports
Timers (input capture and output compare)
A/D converters
Homework and Labs
• Individual homework assignments done on
CML-12C32 development board
• Group lab assignments done on CML-12C32
development board
• Homework and lab assignments checked off by
lab instructor during lab periods
Term Project
Each group will
• Design and implement a prototype of a
microcontroller-based product that will meet a
specific need (e.g. of a disabled person) and for
which there would be a market.
• Write a final report describing the design.
• Make an oral presentation and demonstration to
the class.
Term Project (cont.)
• Assume that your group is a small business that
wants to be successful
• What makes small businesses successful?
• “To borrow a phrase: It’s the idea, stupid”
– Doug Hall, host of Brain Brew Radio
• Wall Street Journal, p. R6, July 12, 2004
“…the most thriving entrepreneurs are the so-called
American dreamers – the ones who see a void in
American commerce and try to address it rather than
haphazardly chasing any inspiration. For instance, the
guy who can’t find a printer cartridge on a weekend
and is moved to open an office-supply store; or the
entrepreneur who goes to a dirty theme park and
decides he can do better. That, Mr. Hall suggests, is
where the Staples and Disneys of the world originate.”
Gwendolyn Bounds, “Lessons of Success – and Failure”
The Wall Street Journal, p. R1, R6, July 12, 2004
Engine Encoder Simulator
Dani Nadra
Mayur Patel
Nika Juncaj
Final Design
Internal Circuit Connections
Example - Encoder Pulse Signal
Current Simulation
Current Output
Exam 1
Exam 2
No Final Exam
Project presentations and demonstrations:
Mon., December 13, 7:00 - 10:00 p.m.
• Homework and Labs
• Projects
Hardware/Software Design
Written report
Oral presentation
• Exam 1
• Exam 2
Office Hours
Mon., Wed., 3:00 – 4:00 p.m.; 115 DH
Phone: 248-370-2861
email: [email protected]
Web site:
– www.cse.secs.oakland.edu/haskell
– click on HC12 Book and click CSE/EE 470/570

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