The introduction of the PIC Microcontroller family of devices is an important development in microelectronic technology. This highly illustrated book uses the PIC 16F84 to introduce students to microelectronic systems. Introduction to Microelectronic Systems assumes no prior knowledge of microprocessors and only a little of electronics. The PIC itself is covered in Part B, step by step, leading to demonstration programs using labels, subroutines, timer and interrupts. Part C then shows how applications may be developed using Windows software and some hardware prototyping methods. Numerous working programs to try, and hardware to build Assumes minimal prior knowledge Uses real time system example... the major factors in the success of the PIC microcontroller range must be the availability of the basic development kits at a reasonable cost. ... 14.3.1 The Intel 8051 Microcontroller Originally introduced in 1980, the 8051 can be considered as the original standard microcontroller. As can be seen in the block diagram (Fig .
|Title||:||Introduction to Microelectronic Systems|
|Publisher||:||Hodder Arnold - 2000|