Microcontroller Cookbook

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Newnes, Jan 1, 1997 - Electronic controllers - 186 pages
The book covers all the aspects of problem-solving with a microcontroller. The Intel 8051 and PIC families, both of which are in common use, are thoroughly explained, as are the most prevalent interface devices and the necessary software. At the end of the book common problems are posed to show the software segments needed to solve them thus allowing the student or engineer to look up the appropriate hardware or software solution.

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The MCS51 Microcontroller
The PIC Microcontroller
Interface Devices

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M. R. James is the editor and founder of "Bowhunting Magazine, where he has worked since 1971. A passionate hunter, James has been pursuing his particular love of bowhunting for over 40 years.

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