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Learning outcomes of the course
The student understands the limitations of embedded programming and is able to design a simple embedded device. The student is able to study and analyze the technical readiness of the device and develop it further.
The course contains programming of a microcontroller’s basic functions and control of actuators utilizing a processor.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Electrical engineering, Electronics and Basics of Programming
Assessment criteria - grade 1 and 2
Excellent 5: In addition to the aforementioned, the student has read up on memory structures of microcontroller and is able to utilize them in his/her work.
Very good 4: The student has a good command of the basics of modular design and is able to produce right kind of architecture related program.
Good 3: In addition to the aforementioned, the student has read up on the structure of microcontroller and actuators versatilely and is able to utilize them in practice.
Satisfactory 2: In addition to the aforementioned, the student is able to develop the features of the built device in program related way.
Sufficient 1: The student is able to build, program and make an embedded device function. In this case, the device is small-scale and the program code only indicates the basic function of the device.
Fail 0: The student does not meet the minimum criteria set for the course.