Video lectures

Some of the textbook material is now available as a video lecture, supplementing the existing slides. Not all topics in the book are covered; just what is covered in our ECE 3724 course taken by sophomore/junior computer engineering, electrical engineering, software engineering and computer science students.

Chapter 1 Digital Logic Review

These video lectures are based on these chapter 1 slides.

Part 1: Number Systems .   [direct download]
Part 2: Digital System Review . [direct download]

Chapter 2 The Stored Program Machine

These video lectures are based on these chapter 2 slides.

Part 1: FSM Implementation[direct download]
Part 2: Processor Implementation[direct download]
Part 3: Sample Problems[direct download]

Lab #1 related videos:

Chapter 3 PIC24 Introduction

These video lectures are based on these chapter 3 slides. Table 19-1, 19-2 of this datasheet is referenced in the part 2 video.

Part 1: PIC24 architecture, MOV instruction forms, addressing modes . [direct download]
Part 2: add, sub, inc, dec, goto instructions   [direct download]
Part 3: Converting a C program to PIC24 assembly language  [direct download]
Part 4: Sample Problems    [direct download]    FYI: This video is now redundant; these problems have been placed at the end of the appropriate Part 1, 2, or 3 video.             

Lab #2 related videos:

Chapter 4 Unsigned 8/16 bit Arithmetic, Logical, Conditional Operations

These video lectures are based on these chapter 4 slides. Table 19-2 of this datasheet is referenced in the videos.

Part 1: PIC24 bitwise logical, shift instructions; C, Z flag operation . [direct download]
Part 2: Conditional execution using simple branches   [direct download]
Part 3: Use of compare, unsigned branch instructions; loop structures  [direct download]
Part 4: Sample Problems    [direct download]    FYI: This video is now redundant; these problems have been placed at the end of the appropriate Part 1, 2, or 3 video.

Lab #3 related videos: 

Chapter 5 Extended Precision and Signed Data Operations

These video lectures are based on these chapter 5 slides.

Part 1: Introduction to 32-bit operations  [direct download]
Part 2: 32-bit Zero/Non-zero test, Introduction to signed data representation   [direct download]
Part 3: Signed data shift right, signed branches  [direct download]
Part 4: Sample Problems    [direct download]

Lab #4 related videos:

Chapter 6 Pointers and Subroutines

These video lectures are based on these chapter 6 slides

Part 1: PIC24 indirect addressing modes, C pointer operation, implementing C pointers in PIC24 assembly  , [direct download]
Part 2: C arrays, implementation of C array code in PIC24 assembly , [direct download]
Part 3: Subroutine call/return, the PIC24 stack, use of registers for subroutine parameter passing, local variables[direct download]
Sample Problems: PIC24 indirect addressing modes; practice with C pointers, arrays[direct download]
Sample Problems: PIC24 stack operations, C functions implemented in PIC24 assembly  [direct download]

Chapter 8

PIC24 Hardware Introduction

These video lectures are based on these chapter 8 slides.

Part 1: PIC24 C compiler, PIC24 initial hookup schematic, PIC24 clocking  [direct download]
Part 2: The ledflash_nomacros.c, ledflash.c, echo.c programs  [direct download]
Part 3: System reset, watchdog timer, power saving modes, reset.c program  [direct download]

Lab #6 related videos:

Parallel Port Operation

These video lectures are based on these chapter 8 slides.

Part 4: Parallel port operation . [direct download]
Part 5: Led/Switch I/O basics, FSM approach.      [direct download]            
Part 6: ledtoggle.c variations, a more complex LED/Switch I/O example   [direct download]         

Lab #7 related videos:


Chapter 9 Interrupts and a First Look at Timers

These video lectures are based on these chapter 9 slides.

Part 1: Introduction to PIC24 interrupts, traps[direct download] 
Part 2: Change notification, INTx interrupts      [direct download]       
Part 3: PIC24 Timer2 usage, squarewave.c example     [direct download]  
Part 4: Using a periodic interrupt for switch sampling   [direct download]
Part 5: Sample Problems     [direct download]


Chapter 10

Asynchronous Serial

These lectures are based on these accompanying slides.

Part 1: The asynchronous serial protocol   [direct download] 
Part 2:  PIC24 UART module, UART library functions   [direct download]          
Part 3: Use of interrupts with the UART module     [direct download]  

The Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI)

These lectures are based on the accompanying slides.

Part 4: The SPI protocol, PIC24 SPI Module, PIC24 to DS1722 Temp sensor example    [direct download]       

I2C

These lectures are based on the accompanying slides.

Part 5: The protocol.    [direct dowload]

Supplementary material:

Part 6: An I2C digital thermometer.   [direct download]

Supplementary material:

Part 7: An I2C EEPROM.     [direct download]

Supplementary material:

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Bryan Jones,
Apr 13, 2010, 12:43 PM
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