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This course provides an overview of software and hardware design for embedded systems. Software and hardware aspects, system integration, design and validation tools are studied. The main goal is to reach a sufficient level of understanding to design alone a prototype system embedding one or several digital hardware operators for the processing, a micro-processor and its peripherals for the control. A hands-on approach is taken, with the aid of state-of-the-art laboratory equipment. During the final project the students design an actual embedded system on a FPGA-based prototyping board, design the embedded software, connect the board to a host PC and test their application.

A two hours written exam, with all documents you want, accounts for 50% of the overall mark. The final project accounts for the remaining 50% Example past exams:

Please do not ask for the official answers of these past exams, there are no official answers.

Recommendations for the lab sessions

All labs are distributed and managed using git and GitLab.

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