A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO HARDWARE FUNDAMENTALS
"Embedded Systems Hardware for Software Engineers" describes the
electrical and electronic circuits that are used in embedded
systems, their functions, and how they can be interfaced to other
Basic computer architecture topics, memory, address decoding
techniques, ROM, RAM, DRAM, DDR, cache memory, and memory hierarchy
are discussed. The book covers key architectural features of widely
used microcontrollers and microprocessors, including Microchip's
PIC32, ATMEL's AVR32, and Freescale's MC68000. Interfacing to an
embedded system is then described. Data acquisition system level
design considerations and a design example are presented with
real-world parameters and characteristics. Serial interfaces such
as RS-232, RS-485, PC, and USB are addressed and printed circuit
boards and high-speed signal propagation over transmission lines
are covered with a minimum of math. A brief survey of logic
families of integrated circuits and programmable logic devices is
also contained in this in-depth resource.
COVERAGE INCLUDES: Architecture examples Memory Memory address
decoding Read-only memory and other related devices Input and
output ports Analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog converters
Interfacing to external devices Transmission lines Logic families
of integrated circuits and their signaling characteristics The
printed circuit board Programmable logic devices Test equipment:
oscilloscopes and logic analyzers
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