Embedded Microcontroller Interfacing

Embedded Microcontroller Interfacing

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Mixed-Signal Embedded Microcontrollers are commonly used in integrating analog components needed to control non-digital electronic systems. They are used in automatically controlled devices and products, such as automobile engine control systems, wireless remote controllers, office machines, home appliances, power tools, and toys. Microcontrollers make it economical to digitally control even more devices and processes by reducing the size and cost, compared to a design that uses a separate microprocessor, memory, and input/output devices. In many undergraduate and post-graduate courses, teaching of mixed-signal microcontrollers and their use for project work has become compulsory. Students face a lot of difficulties when they have to interface a microcontroller with the electronics they deal with. This book addresses some issues of interfacing the microcontrollers and describes some project implementations with the Silicon Lab C8051F020 mixeda€“signal microcontroller. The intended readers are college and university students specializing in electronics, computer systems engineering, electrical and electronics engineering; researchers involved with electronics based system, practitioners, technicians and in general anybody interested in microcontrollers based projects.Voltage regulation from 12V down to 3.3V at close to 60mA for the microcontroller , and at times 12V down to 5V at over ... and 5V regulators to provide power to the microcontroller, LCD and RF module, the circuits are shown in figure 8.11.

Title:Embedded Microcontroller Interfacing
Author:Gourab Sen Gupta
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2010-07-15


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