Microcontroller MC68HC11

  • General mission:

    To learn to program and to develop electronic systems using microcontroller MC68HC11 of Motorola

  • Specific objectives:

    • To learn to program in assembly language in general form
    • To learn to program and to purify programs in the assembly language of the MC68HC11
    • To obtain the capacity to create systems that use this microcontroller
    • To know different forms to realise interphases with sensors and controller of power
    • To learn basic techniques of control
    • To know how interphases can be developed to communicate with applications in Linux and Windows
    • To realise practices so that the participant evolves with confidence in the design and implementation of systems with this microcontolador
  • Methodology:

    • Theoretical exhibitions
    • Learning reasoned with active interventions of the participants
    • Practices with personal computers
  • Duration:

    • 40 hours (30% theory, 70% practice)
  • Thematic content:

    1. Introduction:
      • What is a system of calculation and its basic architecture
      • What are and why they serve the interruptions
      • Differences between microprocessors and microcontrollers
      • Bases of programming
        • Algorithms
        • Flow charts
        • Codification
      • Different brands from microcontrollers
      • Introduction to the family of microcontrollers AVR:
        • Interphases including
        • Memory map
        • Address of memory
        • Game of instructions
    2. Programming in assembly language
      • Necessary steps for the creation of a program
      • Directives of the compiler
      • The structure of a program in assembly language
        • Definitions
        • Variables
        • Configuration
        • Main program
        • Subroutines
        • Service to interruptions
        • Interrupt vectors
      • Tools available for the development of programs
        • The compiler
        • The simulator
        • The programmer
      • Development of programs and practices
    3. Design of interphases
      • Signals
        • Analogical digitalises and
        • Analog-to-digital converter
        • Digitalis-analogical conversion
      • Some forms of connection of sensors
      • Power control in AC and DC
      • Principles of control ON-OFF, proportional and PID
      • Forms of communication between microcontrollers
    4. Development of diverse practices

      • How to handle a keyboard
      • How to handle a LCD
      • Digital thermometer
      • Control of temperature
  • Directed a:

    All that one related to electronic systems: Interested engineers, Technicians, assistants, students or, that they wish to acutalizar itself in the field of the microcontrollers

  • Requirements

    • Basic knowledge of computation
    • Basic knowledge of electronics