Introduces the reader to the Intel 8051 family of microcontrollers from both a hardware and software standpoint, giving them all of the background they need to contstruct a design project using an embedded controller.
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This new text introduces students to the Intel 8051 family of microcontrollers from both a hardware and software standpoint, giving them all of the background they need to construct a design project using an embedded controller. A wealth of realistic examples are included, from simplest applications to complex multi-processor systems, illustrating the 8051 teamed to real devices using standard interface techniques such as power drivers and analog-digital/digital-analog conversion. Both assembly language and C language are used in examples, to show the greatest possible range of applications, and to highlight the particular merits of each language. While assembly language is covered in detail, it is assumed that the reader will learn C language elsewhere.About the Author:
Dr. Richard H. Barnett has been instructing in the area of embedded microcontrollers for the past eighteen years and currently consults actively in the field. Prior to his tenure as a professor of Electrical Engineering Technology at Purdue University, he spent ten years as an engineer in the aerospace electronics industry. Dr. Barnett s teaching awards include the Charles B. Murphy Award as one of the best teachers at Purdue University and Purdue University s Book of Great Teachers, a list of the 225 most influential teachers over Purdue s entire history.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 1994. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0023062819