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Development of pic micro research

  1. 1. Presenter Muhammad Mujtaba Asad Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia, 86400 Batu Pahat, Johor, Malaysia. Supervisor Prof. Dr. Razali Hassan © Embedded Computing Systems Research Cluster he100047@uthm.edu.my mhmd_abu76@yahoo.com 1
  2. 2. Proposal Title
  3. 3. Introduction This PIC trainer is aimed at developing a number of application modules that can give students a hands-on knowing the hardware and the associated interfacing concepts in one Educational Trainer. This work covers the related theory, the design and implementation of the hardware and developing the required software for driving the PIC trainer. This project is implemented with an educational application in mind to help the students become quickly familiar with the microcontroller application from one complete resource without referring to others. © Embedded Computing Systems Research Cluster he100047@uthm.edu.my mhmd_abu76@yahoo.com
  4. 4. Problem Statement Research problem © Embedded Computing Systems Research Cluster he100047@uthm.edu.my mhmd_abu76@yahoo.com 3
  5. 5. Objective The objective of this Project is to develop a PIC Based Education trainer that can support the teaching of Microprocessor System or Embedded System Design. This is in parallel with the approach of teaching that requires students to experience with the method of design, build and test their own circuit. The module to be developed should support the good process of learning and time since its portable so that students can bring it home and continue work at their own pace. © Embedded Computing Systems Research Cluster he100047@uthm.edu.my mhmd_abu76@yahoo.com 3
  6. 6. Scope and Limitation Scope and limitation. © Embedded Computing Systems Research Cluster he100047@uthm.edu.my mhmd_abu76@yahoo.com 3
  7. 7. Theoretical Framework Theoretical frame work © Embedded Computing Systems Research Cluster he100047@uthm.edu.my mhmd_abu76@yahoo.com 3
  8. 8. LITERATURE REVIEW Operational definition © Embedded Computing Systems Research Cluster he100047@uthm.edu.my mhmd_abu76@yahoo.com 3
  9. 9. LITERATURE REVIEW literature © Embedded Computing Systems Research Cluster he100047@uthm.edu.my mhmd_abu76@yahoo.com 3
  10. 10. Methodology methodology © Embedded Computing Systems Research Cluster he100047@uthm.edu.my mhmd_abu76@yahoo.com 3
  11. 11. Expected Findings Expected result © Embedded Computing Systems Research Cluster he100047@uthm.edu.my mhmd_abu76@yahoo.com 3
  12. 12. Introduction Start Image data collection Loading image Adding noise Determine noise type Comparing between output image and original image End © Embedded Computing Systems Research Cluster he100047@uthm.edu.my mhmd_abu76@yahoo.com 3
  13. 13. …with wisdom we explore…

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