Scale module with aluminum tensometer beam, allowing weight measurement...
Knives designed for cutting paper, wallpaper, foil, etc. z29343
DC-DC Step-Up converter module with adjustable output voltage of 5 V, 8...
Module with ATmega4808 microcontroller from AVR family (48 KB Flash, 6...
The resistance meter allows you to measure low resistance values from...
The clamp meter measures DC voltage and current, AC voltage and current,...
Set of 8 magnetized screwdrivers. z28413
16-channel logic analyzer with a maximum sampling frequency of 100 MHz....
Author: Jacek Majewski
Format: PDF, B5, 304 pages
BTC publishing house
Warsaw - paper edition 2005.
Microcontrollers from the MCS51 family, despite the passage of years, are still very popular. New varieties of processors with increasingly extensive peripheral modules and the need to create applications in a short time cause that high-level languages are increasingly used to write software for microcontrollers. In this area, the unchallenged leader is C language. All the examples in the book were written using the Keil C compiler, which over the past dozen or so years has become a solid (and very important: stable) standard. Most of the projects presented in the book can be compiled and simulated in the demonstration version of the Keil C compiler (limiting the size of the resulting code to 2 kB).
After the part explaining the use of various peripheral modules of the microcontroller, several practical applications are presented (eg a library of functions for operating the LCD display, a numerical calculator, and playing the melody). Complete listings and schemes are provided for all examples. One of the biggest advantages of C is the relatively easy portability of programs to various hardware platforms, so the examples in the book can be a starting point for similar applications using other microcontrollers.
The book is intended for all lovers of microprocessor technology who intend to use the C language. A lot of information contained in the book can be useful to students of electronics, automation and IT faculties of technical universities, as well as microprocessor engineers' constructors.