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by Matt Gilliland

eBook The Microcontroller Application Cookbook (Microcontroller Application Cookbooks) epub
  • ISBN: 0615115527
  • Author: Matt Gilliland
  • Genre: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Woodglen Pr (October 9, 2000)
  • Pages: 248 pages
  • ePUB size: 1717 kb
  • FB2 size 1348 kb
  • Formats azw mobi lit docx


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The Microcontroller Application Cookbook is the beginner's sourcebook for "real-world" machine control. It features over 100 schematics and code samples based on the popular BASIC Stamp2 Microcontroller.

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excellent book for applications to real world! No silly formulas, straight forward ap.,with just enough programming to wet your appetite to extend your own ideas. Interfacing and controll with .

The Microcontroller Application Cookbook is the beginner's sourcebook for real-world machine control. excellent book for applications to real world! No silly formulas, straight forward ap. You will not be dis- appointed with this effort that the author has endeavored to get his ideas across to layman and especially the novice. It's priced right and will give you many,many new ideas about the BS-2 from Parallax.

Microcontroller Cookbook guides you through programming, interfacing, development work and circuit design using two of the most popular microcontroller families. The cookbook approach makes this an ideal book for anyone who has to get up and running quickly, so it is ideal for hard-pressed professionals and advanced electronics hobbyists.

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The Microcontroller Application Cookbook is the beginner's sourcebook for "real-world" machine control. It features over 100 schematics and code samples based on the popular BASIC Stamp2 Microcontroller.
Comments: (7)
Kata
If you wanna make some microcontroller gizmos quickly and simply, this is the book for you. However, if you're more interested in designing an embedded system and need at little help interfacing to the analog world, find a more thourough book written by a hardware or digital systems engineer.
All the included circuits work for prototying, test, and hobby I/O interfacing to the real world, and are easy to understand. But please do not make the mistake of using this book as a design guide for potential consumer/commercial/industrial products or scientific uses.
Andriodtargeted
For someone trying to get into robotics, and/or electronics, this is a great book. It has a bunch of schematics for creating a variety of circuits. This is extremely helpful for people who don't have much, or any experience with circuit design.

I have a bachelors + associates degree in mechanical engineering, with a minimal electrical/electronics background. I found this book to be fairly easy to read. However, the content is lacking. I felt the descriptions of the items could have been better explained/described. Instead the author assumes some knowledge of electronics for many of the circuits. However, much of the info can easily be found on the web.

I think it is a great book, and is a must have for any serious electronics hobbist, or engineer.
Jediathain
I am very pleased with my purchase. Thanks
Quttaro
The book is based on the Basic Stamp 2 microcontroller but you can easily adapt the recipes to others. It is really a cookbook: you don't need to read it from A to Z to do something. If you are in the middle of a project and just want to connect a photocell to your microcontroller, no problem, just go to the photocell page and follow the instructions. You will find the schematics, its explanation, and a very simple source code. Most of the time, it's pretty easy due to the Basic Stamp architecture. On the other hand some things are obviously written again and again for each kind of input sensor for example... But that's a little cost to pay to get all the useful information when you need it. Very useful information is also provided about buffering and expanding circuits. This book does not require special knowledge in electronics.
Quphagie
As a person new to the area of electronics and Microcontrollers this book has helped a lot. There are lots of circuits that can be used and adapted for projects. However some of the things covered are free on the interent & the parallax website. Two things that have impressed me most are the pages about adding extra input and output lines, overall it covers many of the common components and how to use them. If you are not an expert in electronics and want to build a microcontroller project then buy this book!
Nightscar
excellent book for applications to real world! No silly formulas, straight forward app.s,with just enough programming to wet your appetite to extend your own ideas.Interfacing and controll with I.C.s, S.S.R.s,Temperature I.C.s,etc. You will not be dis- appointed with this effort that the author has endeavored to get his ideas across to layman and especially the novice.It's priced right and will give you many,many new ideas about the BS-2 from Parallax."NUFF SAID"
Modar
A year or so ago I bought the "What's a Micro-controller" package from Radio Shack. I never really got in to it and dabbled in reading about other microcontrollers (68HC11, 8051, Atmel series, Audrino etc.). Today I finally dove into the Stamp 2 (Basic Stamp HomeWork board) package and was blown away by how easy it is to program the Stamp. The instructions and documentation are superb. I have always been aware that the Parallax web site is outstanding.
This is truly a grate book for the beginners aand amaturs
in stamp circuts, it solved ALL my circut problems, and gave me
a lot of new ideas.. Don't wayt buy it NOW.
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