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Handbook of Microcontrollers (TAB Electronics Technical Library) Paperback – August 27, 1998
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Your complete selection and application guide! Four billion, and counting. That's the number of microcontrollers already shipped in products from toys to satellites. This much-needed reference is the first to cover all the most common types of 8-bit microcontrollers. With its from-the-bottom-up approach, this book/CD-ROM package gives you all the information you need to simplify the job of selecting the right microcontroller and writing your application. The Handbook of Microcontrollers: introduces all common microcontrollers and explains how they work; fully describes each microcontroller's processor architecture; gives the instruction set for the built-in processor, with each instruction fully defined; clarifies microcontroller features and peripherals; shows you common methods of interfacing microcontrollers with peripheral devices and hot PC hosts; provides numerous application examples with source code; CD-ROM includes the source code for each application and development tools for each microcontroller. From the basics to hands-on applications, projects, and experiments, this book gives both professionals and high-level hobbyists real tools for choosing the right microcontroller and getting the most out of it. With a wealth of comparison charts, software tools, and state-of-the-art information, this reference is one that you'll turn to again and again.