Appropriate for courses in Introduction to Microprocessors/Microcontrollers, Interfacing, Control Automation and Control Systems, or Robotics. Material is thoroughly updated and expanded to include the latest concepts and terminology. Uses assembly language source code for the free ASll assembler, the assembler of choice. Five-part organizational format covers I. Introducing Microcontroller Technology; II. Software; III. Hardware; IV. Interfacing; V. The Microcontroller World.
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This updated edition continues to provide readers with the background needed to understand and use microcontrollers, specifically the popular Motorola 68HC11. The 68HC11 is relatively easy to work with and has most of the features essential for a complete control system. The book starts at an introductory level by explaining the applications and origins of microcontrollers. Next, a programmer's view of the device is developed. Finally, the hardware is described and the reader learns how to connect it to the outside world for control applications.Many changes have been made to this edition:
This book is an excellent guide and reference, and it will prove indispensable to students of control automation and interested amateurs, as well as to experienced users of microcontrollers.
An Instructor's Manual (ISBN 0-13-033248-8) is available free of charge to instructors using the book for a course.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0139012400