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Personal computers are used to host an integrated hardware/software development system for applications with embedded Microcontrollers. A system level approach to the specification, decomposition, hardware/software development, and system integration for the implementation of embedded systems is covered through lecture and laboratory experiments. Topics covered include microprocessor architecture, instruction sets, interfacing, and real-time programming techniques in assembly language. Laboratory exercises consist of system level development in serial and parallel data transfer, data acquisition, and analog input and output signal processing. (Prerequisites: CPET 107C, ELET 101C and ELET 115C or permission of department chair of Electronic Engineering Technology)