Microprocessors may be integrated within self‐contained single‐chip microcontrollers and include all the resources to execute programs. However, in many designs, resources such as read‐only memory, random access memory, peripheral controllers, analogue‐to‐digital converters etc. need to be selected for specific reasons and connected to a microprocessor. This is often necessary to satisfy space, cost, performance, and data acquisition constraints. This course aims to provide you with a fundamental understanding of designing microprocessor‐based systems. This includes understanding the range of components available in a microprocessor‐based system, how they are connected and used for reliable operation.
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