Program to generate waveforms connected, Assembly Language

Write a 68hc11 assembly language program which generation of the following waveforms connected to your DAC

i)   Square wave

ii)  Saw tooth waveform

iii) Sine wave

iv) User defined waveform - AM modulated waveform (fixed)

Note: You are required to write a functional modular program which will enable the user to select the different waveforms using the keyboard or for reduced marks an input/output box and produce the fastest, high quality waveform possible.

 

 

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