ETE 165 - Introduction to Programming and Interfacing: Microcontroller Computer
Formerly: ETE 230
This course introduces students to programming a microcontroller computer using the BASIC computer programming language. A microcontroller computer is the size of a deck of cards and is able to command other attached electronic devices. Programs will be written on a classroom computer and downloaded to the microcontroller computer. Students will learn to write computer code that interfaces with these sensors; light, touch, infrared, and ultrasonic. Students will also write code to control LED lights, 7-segment displays, sound speakers, and servo-motors. No previous electronic or computer programming experience is necessary.
4 credits plus 2 contact hours = 3 lecture, 3 laboratory
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