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* Covers troubleshooting and configuration as well as essential design and programming techniques
• The writing is clear, concise and easy to follow with practical illustrations throughout
• The introductory chapters on embedded microcontroller architecture and programming are written at the right level with an applications focus for practicing engineers
Written around the Motorola 68HC11 microcontroller, which is a popular choice for industrial applications and among professional circuit designers and from an engineer's perspective. The microcontrollers that are at the heart of most of the intelligent devices surrounding us from microwave ovens to programmable controllers are becoming easier and simpler to use. Most automobiles, factories and even kitchen appliances have embedded controllers in them. But when these devices fail, the solution to the problem needs to be found and the repairs done quickly.
This book will help the technician, engineer and user understand the microcontroller-based systems along with the most common problems and their solutions. This book covers design, specification, programming, installation, configuration and of course troubleshooting.
Audience: Professional engineers and technicians involved in the design and implementation of embedded systems; control and instrumentation engineers; industrial system integrators; students taking electronics or computing degree courses; electrical, mechanical and chemical engineers and technicians wishing to understand the essentials of embedded controllers.
Introduction; CPU Design and Functions; Programming; Memory Mapping; Inputs and Outputs; Noise Reduction; Data Communications; Grounding Solutions; Installation Techniques; Conclusion; Appendix A: 68HC11 : Instruction Set; Appendix B: HC11 - EVM Users Information; Appendix C: ASM11 - Users Information; Appendix D: Procomm Users Information; Appendix E: PAT - Software Users Information; Appendix F: Sample Programs; Appendix G: Practicals.