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Fall 2017
May 08, 2021
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CS 48900 - Embedded Systems
Associated Term: Fall 2017
Learning Outcomes: 1. Understand basics of embedded systems. 2. Understand how and why many Internet of Things (loT) devices use the cloud. 3. Understand how embedded systems are employed in a variety of situations, including smart homes and buildings, security systems, cars, and planes. 4. Understand the three basic programming models, and when each is appropriate. 5. Understand how synchronous and asynchronous serial devices operate. 6. General characteristics of batteries and which type of battery is appropriate for various embedded designs. 7. Understand the use of relays and how embedded logic that operates on low voltage can control high voltage peripherals. 8. Understand why systems that use sensors and actuators must be calibrated. 9. Understand how to build and demonstrate a working embedded system.
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