Software and Hardware Engineering: Motorola M68HC12
Ideal for use in microprocessor courses in engineering or computer science, Software and Hardware Engineering: Motorola M68HC12 provides an in-depth, hands-on introduction to the architecture and design of hardware and software for the Motorola M68HC12.
· Gives students the tools to use the Motorola M68HC12 in real-world applications
· Covers the hardware features of two versions of the M68HC12--the M68HC812A4 and the M68HC912B32
· Compares features common with the Motorola M68HC12's predecessor, the M68HC11
· Incorporates over 100 extensive programming examples
· Features chapters on fuzzy logic, programming a fuzzy inference engine, and the Background Debug Module
· Includes a detailed appendix covering the design of software for a debugging pod
This text can be used with its companion volume, Microcontrollers and Microcomputers: Principles of Software and Hardware Engineering (OUP, 1998), or with any other book that examines the general principles of microcomputer technology. It can also stand alone in a course devoted to the M68HC12. A world wide web site provides additional information including source files for all chapter examples: http://www.coe.montana.edu/ee/cady/books/m68hc12.htm.
By: Fredrick M. Cady, Published 2000-02-17 by Oxford University Press
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