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BMT413 Biomedical Electronics V

First Semester 1428H 

Syllabus

-      Program code and number: BMT 413

-      Faculty member responsible for the program: Dr. Ali S. AlMejrad

-      Qualification required for faculty member: Ph.D. or M.Sc.

-      No. of units/Credit hours: 3 hrs.

-      level at which this course is offered: 8th level

-      Pre-requisites: BMT314

-      Co-requisites: NA

-      General Goal of program:

Understanding of the construction and operation of the microprocessor and its use in Biomedical Instrumentation.

-  Short Description of the course:

Review of digital principles; introduction to general processor based system with definitions to the different units and buses; organization and internal structure of the microprocessor; the operation of the microprocessor; memory: types, size and organization; Input/Output ( I/O) devices; address decoding for memory and I/O; Introduction to programming techniques: program development, program design and program running; Introduction to assembly programming: basic definitions, instruction definition & categories and addressing modes; assembly programming: data transfer, data processing, flow control, I/O and other microprocessor control; software applications; applications on the use of microprocessor in Biomedical Instrumentation with discussion of microprocessor based Biomedical Instrumentation faults.

 

- Topics to be covered

Topics

# weeks

Total(hrs)

Lecture

Ex/pract

Review of digital principles

1

3

2

1

Introduction to general processor based system with definitions to the different units and buses

1

3

2

1

Organization and internal structure of the microprocessor

1

4

3

1

Operation of the microprocessor

1

4

3

1

Memory: types, size and organization; Input/Output ( I/O) devices

2

8

6

2

Address decoding for memory and I/O

1

4

3

1

Introduction to programming techniques: program development, program design and program running

1

4

3

2

Introduction to assembly programming: basic definitions, instruction definition & categories and addressing modes

1

4

3

1

Assembly programming: data transfer, data processing,

1

4

3

1

Assembly programming: flow control, I/O and other microprocessor control

1

4

3

1

Software applications

1

4

3

1

Applications on the use of microprocessor in Biomedical Instrumentation with discussion of microprocessor based Biomedical Instrumentation faults.

1

4

3

1

 

- Teaching Strategies, program Outcomes, and methods of Assessment:

 

Knowledge

Cognitive Skills

Interpersonal Skills and Responsibility

Analytic and Communication skills.

Teaching Strategies

% 50

%35

%10

%5

program Outcomes

% 50

%35

%10

%5

methods of Assessment

% 50

%35

%10

%5

 

- Teaching Sources:

a)      Books or notes:  .Microprocessor Based systems By Boniface

b)      Extra references: Notes and Handouts

c)      Electronic sources: Microprocessor Simulators

d)     Teaching aids: Microprocessor Kits

 
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