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Essentials of Microprocessors

Learn what makes microprocessors tick! This class offers insights into all major aspects of microprocessors, from registers through coprocessors and everything in between. Differences between RISC and CISC architectures are explored as well as the concept of interrupts. A generic microprocessor is programmed and run in simulation to reinforce the principles learned in the lecture modules. The student will leave the class well prepared for the Xilinx Zynq training curriculum.

 

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Who Should Attend

 

 

Novices to microprocessors or those who just need a refresher on microprocessor architecture.


At-A-Glance

Schedule

  • Course No:  EMBD 11000-13-ILT
  • Course Duration:  1 Day
  • Price:  USD $700
    or 7 Xilinx Training Credits
  • Level: Embedded 1
  • Prerequisites

    NONE

  • Software Tools

     

    Microprocessor simulator provided with the lab materials

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COURSE OUTLINE

Overview of a Generic Microprocessor

Exercise 1 – Generic Microprocessor Block Diagram
Generic Assembly Language
Exercise 2 – Playing Computer
Lab 1: Programming the Generic Microprocessor
Generic Interrupts
Lab 2: Write an Interrupt-Driven Program
Interfacing with Memory
Advanced Microprocessor Features
Processor Architecture Comparison

LAB DESCRIPTION

Lab 1: Programming the Generic Microprocessor- Explore how to control a basic microprocessor and move data to and from memory by using assembly language.

Lab 2: Write an Interrupt-Driven Program – Examine the benefits of coding by using interrupts to detect external activities. Special interrupt instructions are covered, including enabling and disabling interrupts, writing interrupt handlers, and how the stack and registers are affected during an interrupt


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