Microcontrollers in Practice

Microcontrollers in Practice

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Stressing common characteristics and real applications of the most used microcontrollers, this practical guide provides readers with hands-on knowledge of how to implement three families of microcontrollers (HC11, AVR, and 8051). Unlike the rest of the ocean of literature on individual chips, Microcontrollers in Practice supplies side-by-side comparisons and an overview that treats the systems as resources available for implementation. Packed with hundreds of practical examples and exercises to foster mastery of concepts and details, the guide also includes several extended projects. By treating the less expensive 8-bit and RISC microcontrollers, this information-dense manual equips students and home-experimenters with the know-how to put these devices into operation.RESET circuit comprises the transistor T1 along with resistors R2, R3, acitor C9 and connector JP1. At power-up, the capacitor C8 starts charging R2, feeding current to the base of T1. ... A similar process occurs when the terminals of JP1 are rcuited, providing a means for manual reset of the module. ... A freeware version of this software able for free download from Cadsoft, so that the user can view, edit, and l the schematics and the PCB drawings of the projects described in this majoranbsp;...

Title:Microcontrollers in Practice
Author:Ioan Susnea, Marian Mitescu
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2006-03-30


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