A complete textbook and laboratory/homework manual for sophomore/junior-level courses in Microcomputers. This text focuses on microcomputers and microprocessors used as control devices (e.g., the Motorola 68HC11). Extensive material on using the Motorola M6HC11EVB and M68HC11EBU Trainers.
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This book focuses on microcomputers and microprocessors used as control devices (e.g., the Motorola 68HC11). Extensive material on using the Motorola M6HC11EVB and M68HC11EBU Trainers.
NEW TO THIS EDITION
- NEW—Features extensive new material on real-time embedded systems.
- First discusses simple interrupt-driven systems — using working software examples.
- Then develops a small real-time operating system — with both discussion and assembly language examples of each part of the system software.
- NEW—Updates exercises throughout.
- NEW—Some of the laboratory reference material is provided on a World Wide Web Site page.
* Discusses reentrancy and concurrency problems and their solutions. * Includes the design of a complete real-time system.
- Provides extensive coverage on using the Motorola M68HC11EVB trainers with an IBM PC compatible computer — however, does not require use of this equipment.
- Thoroughly discusses the internal input/output hardware of the 68HC11 — with assembly language examples provided to demonstrate each device.
- Emphasizes understanding of fundamental computer operation.
- Includes many short examples with graphics to illustrate the internal registers and their uses
- Contains discussions and examples — not just lists — of machine instructions and addressing modes.
- Uses Motorola notation and terminology so the user can easily reference Motorola manuals.
- Features many assembly language examples that show the uses of instructions and hardware devices.
- Listings avoid statements unique to a particular assembler.
- Devotes an entire chapter to good programming approaches and software design.
- Examples of bad programming practice are discussed.
- Uses structured programming throughout.
- Covers subroutines in great depth and with excellent examples.
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