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This page is no longer in use for ECE4760!
Students should refer to the new page (coming soon).
The material is for reference only! The new page uses DIFFERENT hardware and software!

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ECE 4760 deals with microcontrollers as components in electronic design and embedded control. The course is taught by Hunter Adams, who is a staff member in Electrical and Computer Engineering. The course is currently taught using PIC32MX processors.

Final Projects | Assignments| Links | Lectures s2021, f2017

Assignments   Lab exercises | Reading | Policy

Homework and Final Project Proposal

Lab Exercises

--See policy page for writeup examples. Possible new labs.

Reading


General:

youtube PIC32 Lectures (from Fall 2015, 2016, 2017) and PIC32 projects
youtube AVR Lectures (from Spring 2012) and AVR final projects. (hackaday, hackedgadgets)
Old AVR-based home page (Fall 2014), Old Homework, Old Lab exercises.
Old PIC32 home page (Fall 2019)

Links  Cornell | C-language | History