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Embedded and Ambient Systems Laboratory
A tantárgy neve magyarul / Name of the subject in Hungarian: Beágyazott és ambiens rendszerek laboratórium
Last updated: 2016. június 6.
A fenti forma a Neptun sajátja, ezen technikai okokból nem változtattunk.
A kötelező előtanulmányi rendek grafikus formában itt láthatók.
of the theoretical and practical knowledge of the students in the field of
digital system design, in particular the implementation of embedded and ambient
systems. During the course students will became familiar with modern design
methods, usage of development environments. Executing the thematic measurements,
the students will gain hands-on experience related to the field of embedded and
ambient systems through representative examples of the automotive and signal
Skills: Students will learn about the architectures
and applications of modern, highly complex programmable logic circuits (FPGAs),
how to use the tools in the implementation of specific design tasks, optimization,
simulation and debug with logic analyzer and in-circuit monitoring. Other
measurements support the analysis of complex embedded systems of automotive
communication units, and distributed sensor networks.
1.-2.-3. Design of methodologies and
application of FPGAs
In the design of modern embedded systems the
application of programmable logic elements becoming more important. The complex
design environment offer good conditions for rapid prototyping and reliable
methods of monitoring the implementation of digital systems. During the
measurement the students become familiar with the toolkit properties, modeling
and synthesis options of hardware description languages, while they are
realizing a simple ALU unit.
4.-5.-6. Design of complex embedded systems
During the measurement, the students specify an
embedded microprocessor-based system that includes a configurable soft-core
32-bit microprocessor and various peripheral components using the Xilinx EDK
development environment. The specification of the full system includes the
selection of the necessary properties of the processor, the configuration of
the memory controller, and the parameters of peripheral modules. The software application
is developed in high-level C language environment, using the open source Eclipse
development technology. Students become familiar with the advanced troubleshooting
and debugging methods during HW-SW co-development process.
7. CAN communication
In this measurement, the students learn to the
basics CAN protocol using an CAN analyzer. They examine the CAN physical layer
(signal levels, waveforms) and then analyze the frame format of the data link
layer. The application layer - a car's internal communication system – is also
tested by the protocol analyzer. At the end of the measurement they built-up a
drive-by-wire car model using real and simulated components. They will
monitoring and logging the operation of the system.
8. LIN communication
In the modern embedded systems, and especially
in today's cars, the LIN communication technology is used for simple tasks.
During the measurement, the students will be familiar with the LIN network protocol
and the main properties of the interfaces, and built-up a real master-slave LIN
communication system. They will connect it to a CAN network using gateway component,
and analyze the process of communication.
-10. Distributed systems and sensor networks
Signal transmission radio channel. Synchronous
sampling. Acoustic signal sampling using wireless sensor motes and DSP sensor
Determining the direction of the sound source in a
complex distributed system including sensor nodes and DSP processor. Analysis
of feedback in sensor network.
is composed from 10 measurements, each is 4 hours long. The measurement are
held in the different laboratories of the department.
During the study period the students to carry out the measurement, and
executes the required design tasks. After the measurements they submit they
report. Grade will be calculated on the base
of the entry questions, the execution of the measurements, and the quality of
the report submitted after the measurements. Final grade will be the average of
the individual results, rounded up from x.50
The condition of the valid mark at
the end of the semester is the execution of each individual measurement at
least in a satisfactory level. -
During the semester maximum 2 measurements can be re-executed
independently from the reason of or the number of failed occasions.
Dr. Béla Fehér
Dr. László Sujbert
Dr. Csaba Tóth