Embedded Systems: Desktop Integration

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Wordware Publishing, Inc., 2005 - Computers - 472 pages
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Aimed at both the desktop and embedded systems developer, this book covers a wide range of topics including input and output management, user interfaces, machine interfaces, and even desktop device interfacing. Part II covers implementation using a simple remote temperature sensor and fan control. Interfacing techniques using RS232, USB, and Ethernet are also covered along with single source desktop development using several free and commercial products. The CD contains source code listings, schematics, resource lists, and free tools needed to develop embedded sensor and desktop applications for Windows or Unix.

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