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Hussin Ketout

Lecturer

Department of Computer Engineering
Kate Gleason College of Engineering

585-475-5292
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Hussin Ketout

Lecturer

Department of Computer Engineering
Kate Gleason College of Engineering

585-475-5292

Currently Teaching

CMPE-161
0 Credits
This course presents different approaches to digital system modeling and design with the use of VHDL. The lab sessions include specification and design of combinational and sequential systems. Industry-standard simulation tools will be used in the course, which will enable students gain hands-on experience.
CMPE-250
3 Credits
This course introduces embedded systems, along with fundamental computer organization, assembly language programming, and mixed language programming with C and assembly. Using a modern microcontroller and embedded systems IDE, such as the ARM Cortex-M0+ and Keil Microcontroller Development Kit, the course covers embedded programming concepts and interface modules, as well as addressing methods, machine instructions, assembler directives, macro definitions, code relocatability, subroutine linkage, data structures, I/O programming, exception processing, and interrupts. Program design techniques necessary to write efficient, maintainable device drivers are considered.
CMPE-460
4 Credits
This course covers various sensors, motors, signal conditioning circuits including amplification, filtering, level shifting, ADC, and DAC. Modern tools, such as Keil ARM MDK and PSpice will be used to simulate and debug modern microcontrollers, such as NXP Kinetis, analog active filters, and operational amplifier application circuits. Each team of two students is required to design a complete data acquisition system from sensors, amplification, filtering, ADC, and DAC to analog outputs through either wired transmission or wireless transmission circuits