Embedded Microcomputer Systems: Real Time Interfacing

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Cengage Learning, Jan 1, 2011 - Technology & Engineering - 793 pages
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Embedded Microcomputer Systems: Real Time Interfacing provides an in-depth discussion of the design of real-time embedded systems using 9S12 microcontrollers. This book covers the hardware aspects of interfacing, advanced software topics (including interrupts), and a systems approach to typical embedded applications. This text stands out from other microcomputer systems books because of its balanced, in-depth treatment of both hardware and software issues important in real time embedded systems design. It features a wealth of detailed case studies that demonstrate basic concepts in the context of actual working examples of systems. It also features a unique simulation software package on the bound-in CD-ROM (called Test Execute and Simulate, or TExaS, for short) that provides a self-contained software environment for designing, writing, implementing, and testing both the hardware and software components of embedded systems.
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Contents

MicrocomputerBased Systems
1
Design of Software Systems
60
Interfacing Methods
150
Interrupt Synchronization
189
RealTime Operating Systems
251
Timing Generation and Measurements
288
Serial IO Devices
330
Parallel Port Interfaces
390
Analog Interfacing
531
Data Acquisition Systems
591
MicrocomputerBased Control Systems
648
Simple Networks
686
Digital Filters
716
Glossary
744
Solutions to Checkpoints
766
Index
781

Memory Interfacing
458
HighSpeed IO Interfacing
500

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Jonathan Valvano is Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin. His tenure at UT Austin began in 1981. He holds bachelors and masters degrees in computer science and electrical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a PhD in Medical Engineering from Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology. He is a leading authority on embedded systems having written 23 referred archival papers, 63 referred papers, and five book chapters in the fields of embedded systems, biomedical instrumentations, and bio-heat transfer.

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