Laboratory exercises (Digital Systems)
From Spivey's Corner
Instructions for the laboratory exercises in the course.
- Lab zero: getting started. Follow the instructions for building, loading and running a simple program that echoes input sent over the serial port.
- Lab one: assembly languageA symbolic representation of the machine code for a program.. Implement various arithmetic operations in assembly language.
- Lab two: general purpose I/O. Enhance an electronic Valentine's card to respond to button presses.
- Lab three: interrupts. A program that uses interrupts to overlap computing a list of primes with printing it.
- Lab four: Phōs. An embedded operating systems that supports concurrent processes communicating by messages.
Other pages contain information about programming the micro:bit and using the Linux-hosted toolchain to compile programs.