About the Book
Embedded systems are altering the landscape of electronics manufacturing worldwide, giving many consumer products sophisticated capabilities undreamt of even a few years ago. The explosive
Proliferation of built-in computers and the variety of design methods developed in both industry and academia necessitates the sort of pragmatic guidance offered in Embedded Systems Design with 8051 Microcontrollers. This enormously practical reference/text explains the developments in microcontroller technology and provides lucid instructions on its many and varied applications-focusing on the popular 8-bit microcontroller, the 8051, and the 83C552.
Including end-of-chapter problems that reinforce essential concepts and end-of-chapter references with URLs, Embedded Systems Design with 8051 Microcontrollers reviews basic concepts, from logic gates to Internet appliances ... considers 8051 and 83C552 microcontrollers as parallel running processors and embedded peripherals ... introduces a coherent taxonomy and symbols for the microcontroller flags ... provides a succession of assembly language examples such as electromechanical
1. Basic Concepts, 2. The 8051 Microcontroller, 3. The 8051 assembly language programming, 4. Digital interfacing, 5. Analog interfacing, 6. Interfacing personal computers, 7. The 83C552 microcontroller, 8. Serial interfaces for distributed embedded systems, 9. High Level Languages for microcontrollers, 10. Embedded systems design, 11. Design examples
About the Author
Zdravko karakehayov is an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Systems at the Technical University of Sofia, Bulgaria. Formerly he was an Assistant Professor in the Department of Applied Electronics at the Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby. The author or coauthor of 40 professional papers and three books on microcomputer systems, he is the holder of eight patents. A senior member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Computer Society, Karakehayov received the Ph.D. degree (1983) in computer science from the Technical University of Sofia, Bulgaria.
Knud smed christensen is an Associate Professor and Head of the Computer Science Section of the Department of Applied Electronics at the Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby, and the founder of KSC Software Systems, Charlottenlund, Denmark, a privately owned company manufacturing and selling compilers, debuggers, and simulators for use with small embedded microprocessors. Professor Christensen received the M.E.E. degree (1965) from the Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby