The 68HC12 Microcontroller: Theory and Applications Hardcover – 21 Dec 2001
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From the Back Cover
This book is written for an undergraduate microcontroller or microprocessor course and can be adopted easily by engineers who want to learn the subject on their own. The entire book was designed to help students achieve the following three goals:
- fundamental assembly language programming skills,
- functional hardware knowledge of microcontroller components, and
- skills to interface a variety of external devices with microcontrollers.
- Significant tutorial and background information included in each chapter
- Balance between theory and applications
- Motivational mobile robot-based laboratory exercises integrated into each chapter
- Extensive coverage of the 68HC12 fuzzy logic controller
- In-depth presentation of the 68HC12 memory technologies and memory expansion techniques
- Numerous examples of interfacing the 6SHC12 with external devices
- Large number of homework problems categorized by level of difficulty
- Includes a CD-ROM with P&E Microcomputer Systems, Inc. software, along with all code examples from the book. The software package includes the WinIDE Environment and Editor, 68HC12 Assembler, Terminal Emulator Program, and the 68HC12 CPU Simulator.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
- Attempts to cover Fuzzy Logic Controler.
- Has descriptions of hardware.
Might be good for entry level.
Certainly NOT worth the money. Nothing here you can't get from the spec sheets. Examples in asm harder to follow than C. While every student should learn asm, the focus should be on C.
Authors show lack of software development skills, and a sketchy knowlege of computer science.
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