Embedded System Practicum Module Design To Increase Student Comprehension Of Microcontroller-Based Embedded System Technology And Course

Indrianto, and Nur Indah Susanti, Meilia (2015) Embedded System Practicum Module Design To Increase Student Comprehension Of Microcontroller-Based Embedded System Technology And Course. ICo-ApICT 2015.

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Abstract

Many people in Indonesia use smart equipments (Hand phone, Remote etc), but none of those equipments are made by Indonesia. This is because most people in Indonesia are only acting as a consumer of the technology. University as the source of knowledge should overcome the problem by encouraging the students to crate a technology with learning about it first. Embedded System Practicum Module Design needs a prototype method so that the practicum module that is desired can be made. This method is often used in real life. It can be said that a prototype is a part of a product that expresses logic and physical of external interface that is being displayed. Because this method will fully depends on user contenment. Embedded System Practicum Module Design is made to increase student comprehension of embedded system course and to encourage students to innovate, so that many technology will be invented and also to help lecturers deliver course subjects. With this practicum it is hoped that the student comprehension will increase significantly. The result of this research is a decent practicum module, be it hardware or software, that can help students to know better about technology and the course subjects so that it encourage the students to create an embedded system technology.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Design, Embedded System, Student, Technology
Subjects: Prosiding > ICo-ApICT 2015
Divisions: Universitas Komputer Indonesia > Perpustakaan UNIKOM
Date Deposited: 10 Dec 2015 10:25
Last Modified: 31 Jan 2019 10:25
URI: https://repository.unikom.ac.id/id/eprint/59793

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