Jul 06, 2022  
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ELEC 1221 - Microcontrollers With Robotic Application

Credit Hours: 3.00
Prerequisites: ELEC 1211 

This course will provide students with the knowledge required to understand, program, and apply microcontrollers (pic chips) to robotic applications using the Basic Stamp. The first half of the class will be spent learning to program and interface simple circuitry using the Basic Stamp interface board. The second half of the class will be spent applying this knowledge to a mobile robot with onboard sensors. Among the topics discussed are pic chip programming, controlling inputs and outputs, motion and rotational control, digital displays, measurement of light, frequency and sound, controlling servo motors, robotic navigation, tactile sensing, light sensitive navigation, and robotic control with distance detection. Knowledge will be gained through lecture, textbook assignments, hands-on laboratory experiments, and project troubleshooting.

Contact Hours: 4

South Campus

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