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EE308 Microcontrollers Lab


EE 308 Labs

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You are responsible for preparing for and completing the labs, including material which may not have been covered in class. This is a university environment, and you are expected to have the maturity to research and read all material you will need. If you don't understand something, ask for help. There are numerous resources available to you -- faculty, TA's, lab manager, etc. -- and we are all eager to help you succeed. However, you must take in initiative to seek help when you need it.

At the end of labs 3, 4, and 5 (final lab) you will have to turn in a formal report.  See the formal report guidelines on the information you need to put in the document.


Schedule for Spring 2008

Number Title Pre-Lab Supplementary Dates

Introduction to the MC9S12 MC

Pre-Lab   Jan. 28, 30

Assembly Programming

 and 9S12 Ports

Pre-Lab 1

Pre-Lab 2


  Feb 4, 6

Feb 11, 13

Feb 18, 20

3 C Programming, Interrupts and Timer Hardware Pre-Lab 1

Pre-Lab 2


  Feb 25, 27

Mar 3, 5

Mar 17, 19

4 MC9S12 Hardware: Timers, PWM, A/D Converter Pre-Lab 1

Pre-Lab 2

Pre-Lab 3

  Mar 24, 26

Mar 31, Apr 2

Apr 7, 9

5 Final Project: Interfacing and Motor Control Pre-Lab 1


  Apr 14, 16

Apr 21, 23

6 Makeup

D-Bug 12 commands

HCS12.inc (include file for assembly programs)

HCS12.h (include file for C programs)

Dbug12.h (include file for C programs)

Vectors12.h (vector interrupts)



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