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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