Programming Microcontrollers in C,
Edition 2
By Ted VanSickle

Publication Date: 01 Jan 2001
Ted Van Sickle spent over fifteen years at Motorola as a microcontroller specialist. He now consults and teaches classes on software design and programming for microcontroller systems. He holds a MSEE from the University of Michigan.

Key Features

Introduces microcontrollers and describes their programming environment, offering tips on coding for microcontrollersDescribes techniques to get maximum performance from your codeDiscusses the differences between 8-bit and larger microcontrollers, giving application examples and providing details on using different compilers
About the author
By Ted VanSickle
Table of Contents
Preface;INTRODUCTION TO C: names; data types; storage classes; arrays; operators and expressions; program flow and control; functions; recursion; ADVANCED C TOPICS: pointers; multidimensional arrays; structures; input and output; memory management; WHAT ARE MICROCONTROLLERS?: microcontroller memory; input/output; programming microcontrollers; coding tips; SMALL 8-BIT SYSTEMS: memory; timers; analogue to digital conversion; pulse width modulation; LARGE 8-BIT SYSTEMS: header files; sorting programs; data compression; timer operations ; LARGE MICROCONTROLLERS: system integration modules; pulse width modulation; COSMIC (MC 68HC16) compiler; table look-up; digital signal processor operations; ADVANCED TOPICS IN PROGRAMMING EMBEDDED SYSTEMS: numeric encoding; numeric decoding; monitor programs; SAVEIT() routines; printout() and printafter() functions; input/output functions; MCORE, A RISC MACHINE: delay routines; serial input/output; interrupt handling; keyboard/clock integration; displays; Index
Book details
ISBN: 9781878707574
Page Count: 472
Retail Price : £57.99
Software and hardware engineers working with systems using embedded microcontrollers.