Introduction to Microcontrollers

Introduction to Microcontrollers : Architecture, Programming and Interfacing of the Motorola 68Hc12

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Introduction to Microcontrollers is a comprehensive introductory text/reference for electrical and computer engineers, students, and even hobbyists who have little experience in a high-level programming language. The book helps them understand how a typical microcontroller executes assembly language instructions and addressing modes on microprocessors. The book shows how to program with C++ and compile assembly language statements. The book utilizes the new 16-bit microcontroller, the Motorola 68Hc12, as the primary example. This chip replaces the very popular 8-bit microcontroller, the 68Hc11, as the leading microprocessor for a wide variety of applications and as a core tool for teaching engineering students. This new microcontroller is expected to be popular in industry because of its low cost per unit, low power consumption, and high processing speed.
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Product details

  • Mixed media product | 394 pages
  • 166.6 x 240.8 x 33.5mm | 1,000.26g
  • Academic Press Inc
  • San Diego, United States
  • English
  • 0124518311
  • 9780124518315

About G. Jack Lipovski

G. Jack Lipovski has taught electrical engineering and computer science for 30 years. He is a computer architect internationally recognized for his design of the pioneering database computer, CASSM, and the parallel computer, TRAC. He is an expert in microcomputers and is a past director of Euromicro and former editor of IEEE Micro. Dr. Lipovski is the author of nine books, more than 70 technical papers, and holds eight patents in the areas of logic-in-memory integrated circuits. He is a Fellow of the IEEE and a Golden Core Member of the IEEE Computer Society.
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Table of contents

Basic Computer Structure and the 6812. The Instruction Set. Addressing. Assembly Language Programming. Advanced Assembler, Linkers, and Loaders. Assembler Language Subroutines. Arithmetic Operations. Programming in C and C++. Implementation of C Procedures. Elementary Data Structures. Input/Output. Other Microcontrollers. Appendix 1: Number Representations and Binary Arithmetic. Appendix 2: Using HiWare CD-ROM. Index.
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Review quote

"Taking the new 16-bit chip as an example likely to become very popular in industry, Lipovski (electrical and computer engineering, U. of Texas-Austin) explains to engineers and engineering students how a computer executes instructions, how a high-level language statement converts to assembler language, what can be done on a small computer, and how the microcomputer is interfaced to the outside world. He begins at a very elementary level that readers who have only used computer could follow. The tutorial structure would be suitable for classroom use as well. The CD contains software that can simulate programs under Windows or can actually collect data from and control external hardware. He includes no bibliography.Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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