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Embedded C Programming and the Microchip PIC By Richard H. Barnett
Publisher: Delmar Cengage Learning 2004 | 497 Pages | ISBN: 1401837484 | PDF | 107 MB
This new book is carefully designed to teach C language programming as it applies to embedded microcontrollers and to fuel knowledge in the application of the Microchip® family of PIC® microcontrollers. Coverage begins with a step-by-step exploration of the C language showing readers how to create C language programs to solve problems. PIC processors are then studied, from basic architecture to all of the standard peripheral devices included in the microcontrollers. Numerous worked-out example programs demonstrate common uses for each of the peripherals. Readers are subsequently introduced to the built-in functions available in C, to help speed their programming and problem solving. Finally, readers are taken through use of the C Compiler, and learn to efficiently develop custom projects.
About the Author
Professor of Electrical Engineering Technology Purdue University Dr. Barnett has been instructing in the area of embedded microcontrollers for the past eighteen years, starting with the Intel 8085, progressing to several members of the 8051 family of embedded microcontrollers, and now teaching Advanced Embedded Microcontrollers using the Atmel AVR devices. During his summers and two sabbatical periods, he worked extensively with multiple-processor embedded systems, applying them in a variety of control-oriented applications. In addition, he consults actively in the field. Prior to his tenure at Purdue University, he spent ten years as an engineer in the aerospace electronics industry. In terms of teaching, Dr. Barnett has won a number of teaching awards, including the Charles B. Murphy Award as one of the best teachers at Purdue University. He is also listed on Purdue University’s Book of Great Teachers, a list of the 225 most influential teachers over Purdue’s entire history. This is his third text.
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