A Microprocessor Subsystem for Automatic Testing.
Final rept. 15 Oct 75-14 Jun 76,
ALABAMA UNIV IN HUNTSVILLE DEPT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
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The research effort has progressed in four parts 1. Study existing and projected measurement requirements of the LCSS relative to a resident microprocessor. 2. Design and fabricate a microprocessor system capable of controlling the administrative and logic functions of the LCSS. 3. Develop corresponding software subroutines to support item 2 above. 4. Interface the microprocessor and perform functional testing. This research can be adequately described in two categories - hardware and software. The hardware portion of this Report relates that effort of providing diagrams, descriptions, and prototype models necessary to execute the program as specified by the user. The software that is provided compliments the hardware and provides the execution of logic and arithmetic functions under program control. These large categories will be discussed in detail. Author
- Computer Programming and Software
- Computer Hardware
- Test Facilities, Equipment and Methods