LECTURE AND LAB
Office: VLGE 8110
TBA (office hours will be posted by the 2nd week of class)
Required: "The Primer Trainer Application
Manual" Free at: http://www.emacinc.com/trainers/primer.htm
Microprocessor Architecture, Programming, and Applications with the
8085 by Ramesh S. Gaonkar, 4th or 5th edition.
Program Web Address:
Electronics 72A and 72B
Electronics 74A and 74B
Sample Student Learning Outcomes:
Write a program that waits for a switch closure and
opening at a specific input port bit location, using the zero flag,
bits masked, and draw the flow chart.
Write a 1ms delay loop to facilitate de-bouncing.
Write a program that displays the contents of a
specific memory location on light emitting diodes attached to an output
3. Write a
programming to delay one hundred milliseconds using a 1 millisecond
starting loop and nested delay loops to lengthen the delay, based on a
megahertz system crystal.
to the Pierce College Electronics
Department. If for any reason you have to drop this
class, please follow the drop procedures. Students that stop
coming to class are NOT automatically excluded.
If you plan to stop attending, it is your responsibility to drop the
to avoid a failing grade.
2. Expect a
quiz each week with material taken from both lecture and lab.
3. NO MAKEUP
QUIZZES. One missed quiz due to justifiable absence will be
dropped. Other missed quizzes count as 0. Instructor MAY drop
other missed quizzes for serious and unavoidable reasons beyond the
control of the student.
grade: All hardware and software assigned labs must be completed,
demonstrated to, and signed by the instructor, and a report showing
machine language programs, flow charts and comments must be submitted
for a lab
grade as follows:
Complete a lab
notebook as described in the handout
entitled "Lab Documentation Requirements," and complete the following:
A: Hardware, plus software
labs 0 thru 8
To succeed in lab, you must prepare by reading the
lab text and writing most programs before coming to lab.
The lab report presentation (neatness, organization,
completeness, and program flow charts & comments) must follow the
described above. The lab notebook is worth one grade.
Grade: 75% quiz average, 25% final exam. If the final exam is not
taken at the scheduled time, the final grade will be a failure.
Each missed homework assignment reduces the final average by
2%. Late homework is not accepted. Homework is collected at
the beginning of class. Keep all quizzes and handouts.
Please consult the Pierce College Electronics Program web page for
catalog descriptions, course outlines, copies of syllabi and
7. Enjoy the
class! This class can be difficult if you do not spend
preparing for each class. You must study your notes and read the
text books in order to get the most out of this class. Do not
allow yourself to get behind in your studies because it can be
difficult to catch up.