Microprocessors Laboratory

This lab provides equipment and tools for students to explore the microprocessor architecture by writing, debugging, and running simple programs in Assembly and C languages. The programs provide students with hands-on experience in addressing mode, instruction set, memory and array manipulation, interrupts, and simple input/output operations. The lab also includes equipment for students to practice using digital logic analyzer for digital circuit design and testing and designing and implementing simple microprocessor-based system control and interface.

Laboratory Sponsor: Texas Instruments

Room Number: ENGR 307

Maximum Room Capacity: 25

Desks with computers and bright green office chairs.

Faculty Lab Directors
Thuy T. Le

EE 120 - Microprocessor-Based System Design

Available Equipment

Equipment Model Quantity
Function Generator Agilent 33220A, HP 33120 10
Oscilloscope Tektronix 2225, Rigol DS1104, Agilent DSO-X2022A, DSO3102A, Agilent 5462A 10
DC Power Supply Agilent E3630A, HP E3630A 10
Launch Pad MSP 432 27
Experimental Board TI-Robotics-System-Learning-Kit 20
Desktop Computer Dell Optiplex 9020 20