ECE 432L (Microprocessor II Lab)

Prerequisite: ECE 343/343L or ECE 341/341L
Concurrent: ECE 432


Lab Performance 65%
Oral Exam 10%
Lab Report 25%
Total 100%
Week# Topic
1 Introduction
2,3,4  Assemble and execute Pentium programs of examples from the text using MASM 32/Olly debugger.
5,6,7 Design and build an 8086/2732/8255 ( Pentium real mode) based microcomputer. Draw a schematic using typical tools such as p-spice, or Orcad, or Wordpro.
Determine memory and I/O maps. Design clock and reset circuitry. Wire-wrap your design. Test (Continuity and power/ground) and demonstrate the circuit operation using switch/LED problem from the text
8,9 Using the microcomputer, demonstrate a second I/O problem of your choice.
10 Oral Exams and Lab Reports
Text: Rafiquzzaman, M. "Microprocessor Theory and Applications with 68000/68020 and Pentium", Wiley, 2008, ISBN: 978-0-470-38031-4
Major Parts List
You can order most of the parts online from
Part Name QTY
Intel 8086 1
Intel 8255 1
2732 EPROM
(Jameco part# 40125)
Intel 8284 1
74LS373 3
74LS04 1
74LS32 1
MP Crystal, 20PF, 6 MHz (2-pin)
(James part# 778533)
Push button Switch (two-pin) 1
Wire-wrap board
(Radio shack Cat# 276-1396A
Wire-wrap tool for 30 gauge wire
(Radio schack Cat# 276-570A
30g wires  
0.1 microfarad 1
1.88K Ohm Resistor 1
Jameco Catalog#
94503 IC Socket 40-pin  
313656 IC Socket 24-pin  
Determine number of each socket before ordering