Software and Hardware Engineering : Assembly and C Programming for the Freescale HCS12 Microcontroller
Software and Hardware Engineering is designed for courses in the architectiure and design o microprocessors, using Freescales's (formerly Motorola) star processor, the M68HC(S)12, as its core example. This text can be used for the microcontrollers/microprocessors/microcomputers course, taught in Electrical and Computer engineering departments, usually dovetailing with the computer architecture course. Students taking this course will have already taken a programming course and introductory logic design. In this second edition, more of the core principles of microcontroller theory beyond the specifics of HC12 implementation, are integrated into the text. the new edition is updates to cover changes in the technology, and to incorporate Metro Werks Code Warrior Integrated Development Environment, a development tool from Freescale.
- Paperback | 736 pages
- 190.5 x 231.14 x 30.48mm | 1,202.01g
- 05 Apr 2007
- Oxford University Press
- Oxford, United Kingdom
- 2nd Revised edition
- 13 halftones, 155 line illus.
About Fredrick M. Cady
Fredrick M. Cady is Emeritus Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Montana State University. His research activities include biomedical engineering, visual signal processing, astronomical image processing, and electro-optics and electro-optical system engineering. He has been honored with several teaching awards, including MSU Bozeman Mortar Board Professor of the Month, MSU Alumni-Chamber of Commerce Award for Excellence and the Phi Kappa Phi Anna Krueger Fridley Award for Distinguished Teaching.