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Handbook of Microcontrollers

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Your complete selection and application guide! Four billion, and counting. That's the number of microcontrollers already shipped in products from toys to satellites. This much-needed reference is the first to cover all the most common types of 8-bit microcontrollers. With its from-the-bottom-up approach, this book/CD-ROM package gives you all the information you need to simplify the job of selecting the right microcontroller and writing your application. The Handbook of Microcontrollers: Introduces all common ...
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Overview

Your complete selection and application guide! Four billion, and counting. That's the number of microcontrollers already shipped in products from toys to satellites. This much-needed reference is the first to cover all the most common types of 8-bit microcontrollers. With its from-the-bottom-up approach, this book/CD-ROM package gives you all the information you need to simplify the job of selecting the right microcontroller and writing your application. The Handbook of Microcontrollers: Introduces all common microcontrollers and explains how they work; Fully describes each microcontroller's processor architecture; Gives the instruction set for the built-in processor, with each instruction fully defined; Clarifies microcontroller features and peripherals; Shows you common methods of interfacing microcontrollers with peripheral devices and PC hosts; Provides numerous application examples with source code; CD-ROM includes the source code for each application and development tools for each microcontroller. From the basics to hands-on applications, projects, and experiments, this book gives both professionals and high-level hobbyists real tools for choosing the right microcontroller and getting the most out of it. With a wealth of comparison charts, software tools, and state-of-the-art information, this reference is one that you'll turn to again and again.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780079137173
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
  • Publication date: 7/1/1998
  • Series: TAB Electronics Technician Library
  • Pages: 861
  • Product dimensions: 7.10 (w) x 9.70 (h) x 2.71 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction
Sect. 1 Introduction to Microcontrollers 1
1 Microcontrollers 3
2 Hardware Features 19
3 Software 75
4 Common Microcontroller Interfaces 101
5 Application/System Development 135
6 Example Applications 145
Sect. 2 8051 151
7 The 8051 Microcontroller 153
8 8051 Processor Architecture 157
9 8051 Hardware Features 175
10 8051 Application Design 189
11 8051 Development Tools 197
12 The 8051 Instruction Set 205
13 8051 Example Applications 247
14 8051 Summary 267
Sect. 3 Motorola 68HC05 271
15 Motorola 68HC05 Microcontrollers 273
16 The Motorola 68HC05 Processor Architecture 277
17 Motorola 68HC05 Hardware Features 295
18 68HC05 Application Design 317
19 68HC05 Development Tools 331
20 Motorola 68HC05 Instructions 341
21 68HC05 Example Applications 379
22 68HC05 Summary 387
Sect. 4 Microchip PICMicro 391
23 PICMicro Microcontrollers 393
24 The PICMicro Processor Architecture 397
25 PICMicro Hardware Features 417
26 PICMicro Application Design 451
27 Microchip PICMicro Development Tools 461
28 The PICMicro Instruction Set 487
29 Example PICMicro Applications 531
30 PICMicro Summary 553
Sect. 5 Atmel "AVR" 557
31 The AVR Microcontroller 559
32 AVR Processor Architecture 561
33 AVR Hardware Features 577
34 AVR Application Design 597
35 AVR Development Tools 605
36 AVR Instruction Set 615
37 AVR Example Applications 665
38 AVR Summary 677
Sect. 6 Parallax "BASIC Stamp" 681
39 Parallax BASIC Stamp 683
40 Stamp PBASIC Programming 695
41 Stamp Application Design 709
42 Stamp PBASIC Functions 713
43 Example Stamp Applications 771
44 Stamp Summary 781
Sect. 7 In Closing 785
45 Final Words 787
App. A 8-Bit Embedded Microcontroller Comparison Chart 789
App. B: Resources 793
App. C Common Assembler Commands 805
App. D UMPS 811
App. E SimmStick 815
App. F Listservers 823
App. G: The CD-ROM 827
App. H: Glossary of Terms 833
Index 843
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