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ECET 330 ECET330 ECET/330 ENTIRE COURSE HELP – DEVRY UNIVERSITY

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ECET 330 ECET330 ECET/330 ENTIRE COURSE HELP – DEVRY UNIVERSITY

ECET 330 Week 1 iLab Part 1 Introduction to Memory Map

ECET 330 Week 1 iLab Part 2 Introduction to Assembly and Machine Language

ECET 330 Week 2 Homework

ECET 330 Week 2 iLab Introduction to CodeWarrior

ECET 330 Week 3 iLab Introduction to Loops and Subroutines in Assembly

ECET 330 Week 4 Homework

ECET 330 Week 4 iLab Introduction to Tower Module

ECET 330 Week 5 Homework

ECET 330 Week 5 iLab Data Manipulation in Assembly Language

ECET 330 Week 6 Homework

ECET 330 Week 6 iLab Embedded C Programming Part I

ECET 330 Week 7 Homework

ECET 330 Week 7 iLab Embedded C Programming Part II

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ECET 330 ECET330 ECET/330 ENTIRE COURSE HELP – DEVRY UNIVERSITY

ECET 330 Week 1 iLab Part 1 Introduction to Memory Map

ECET 330 Week 1 iLab Part 2 Introduction to Assembly and Machine Language

ECET 330 Week 2 Homework

ECET 330 Week 2 iLab Introduction to CodeWarrior

ECET 330 Week 3 iLab Introduction to Loops and Subroutines in Assembly

ECET 330 Week 4 Homework

ECET 330 Week 4 iLab Introduction to Tower Module

ECET 330 Week 5 Homework

ECET 330 Week 5 iLab Data Manipulation in Assembly Language

ECET 330 Week 6 Homework

ECET 330 Week 6 iLab Embedded C Programming Part I

ECET 330 Week 7 Homework

ECET 330 Week 7 iLab Embedded C Programming Part II

ECET 330 ECET330 ECET/330 ENTIRE COURSE HELP – DEVRY UNIVERSITY

ECET 330 Week 1 iLab Part 1 Introduction to Memory Map

Laboratory Title: Introduction to Memory Map

Submittal Date:Click here to enter a date.

Objectives:

The objective of this lab is familiarize ourselves with different factor for memory such as memory decoding and memory mapping

Give two differences between EEPROM and Flash memory.

Indicate the use of each memory in the microcontroller. In other words, state which one is used for code, program variables, and variables that must remain when the power is turned off.

State the number of address and data pins for 32Kx8 SRAM.

tate the number of address and data pins for 8Kx8 SRAM memory.

ECET 330 ECET330 ECET/330 ENTIRE COURSE HELP – DEVRY UNIVERSITY

ECET 330 Week 1 iLab Part 2 Introduction to Assembly and Machine Language

Laboratory Number: 1 (Part 2)

Laboratory Title: Introduction to Assembly and Machine Language

Submittal Date:Click here to enter a date.

Objectives:

The objectives of this part of lab 1 are to become familiarized with the cpu function as well as being exposed to basic assembly language and understanding machine language.

ECET 330 ECET330 ECET/330 ENTIRE COURSE HELP – DEVRY UNIVERSITY

ECET 330 Week 2 Homework

1. Write a simple program in which the value, $55, is added three time

2. Which of the following instructions is (are) illegal?

I. LDAA #500
II. LDAA #50
III. LDAA #$255
IV. STAA #50
V. STAA $50
VI. LDAA 6, X

3. Identify the addressing mode for each of the following.

I. STAA $2005
II. LDAA #$55
III. STAA $55
IV. CLRA

V. ADDA 0, X

4. Show the status of C and Z flags after each of the following codes.

I. LDAA #$54
ADDA #$C4

II. LDAA #01

ADDA #$FF

5. Show the status of H and N flags after the following code.

LDAA #$A1

ADDA #$0F

6. Define a byte-size and word-size variable starting at address $2000. Initialize both variables to $55. You should use ORG, DC.B, and DC.W directives.

ECET 330 ECET330 ECET/330 ENTIRE COURSE HELP – DEVRY UNIVERSITY

ECET 330 Week 2 iLab Introduction to CodeWarrior

  1. To Install CodeWarrior
  2. Explore the CodeWarrior IDE and the operations
  3. Become familiar with how an assembly language program is entered and simulated using CodeWarrior
  4. To learn how to generate a list file

Assume that the value of Register A is $FF and Register B is 00. What will be the value of zero flag, carry flag, Register A, Register B, and Register D after executing the instruction?

Assume that the value of Register A is $FF and Register B is 00. What will be the value of zero flag, carry flag, Register A, Register B, and Register D after executing the instruction?

Assume that the value of Register A is $FF and Register B is 00. What will be the value of zero flag, carry flag, Register A, Register B, and Register D after executing the instruction?
Assume that the value of Register D is $00FF. What will be the value of Registers A, B, and D after executing the instruction?