Description of the Texas Lab
The TI Analog and Embedded systems laboratory was established for understanding and designing embedded systems and real-time systems. The laboratory introduces the use, characterization, analysis, troubleshooting methods and programming of micro-controllers and embedded systems with a focus on application.
The Micro-controllers and Embedded Systems laboratory aims to highlight the architecture attributes for an 8051 microcontroller and to provide the students with a basic understanding regarding on-chip peripherals, such as analog and digital I/O ports, ADCs, DACs, UARTs, Timers, etc. The students are required to develop a complete software & hardware application using an 8051 microcontroller and to develop assembly language programs using Keil software, interface with keyboard, LED's in lab
The laboratory helps students to
- Identify unique characteristics of real-time systems, explain the general structure of a real-time system, and define the unique design problems and challenges of real-time systems
- Apply real-time systems design techniques to various software programs
- Understand basics of an embedded system, program an embedded system design, implement and test an embedded system.
- ASLKV2010 STARTER KIT
- MSP 430 LAUNCH PAD KIT
- MSP-EXP-430F5529 KIT
- C200 PICCOLO LAUNCH PAD KIT
- C2000 PERIPHERAL EXPLORER KIT TMDSPREX28335