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Arduino for beginners. Next step

Simon Monk

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Original title: Programming Arduino Next Steps: Going Further with Sketches
Translation: Konrad Matuk
ISBN: 978-83-283-0013-2
Number of pages: 240
Format: 158x235 mm


Arduino - a small plate with a huge potential - has opened the world of electronics for a wide range of enthusiasts, which allowed us to finally realize the dream projects. It quickly gained enormous popularity, which was quickly reacted to the market - there were plenty of additional accessories, instructions and books. Among the latter, the publications by Simon Monk deserve special attention.

His electronic projects have won many fans. We give you another book entirely dedicated to the Arduino platform. Reach for it and get to know the secrets of working with this tile! During the reading you will learn a brief history of the platform, and then you will see how to handle hardware interrupts, work with 1-wire devices and operate the USB interface. In addition, you will speed up the operation of your board, optimize power consumption and reduce RAM usage. At the end you will learn how to operate the network and create your own libraries. This book is an excellent reading for all Arduino fans who want to get to know this platform even better! Learn advanced Arduino programming techniques!

  • Use hardware and clock interrupts
  • Increase the microcontroller performance by writing effective sketches
  • Minimize the amount of memory occupied by sketches
  • Reduce the current consumption of Arduino
  • Learn to work with various interfaces - I2C, 1-Wire, SPI. Transfer data in series using the TTL system
  • Use the advanced features of Leonardo and Due tiles - including emulating the operation of the USB keyboard and mouse
  • Write sketches using the internet
  • Learn about issues related to digital signal processing
  • Perform more than one operation on a microcontroller that does not support multithreading at the same time
  • Create and share your own libraries.

Create your own projects with Arduino!

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