8051 Microcontrollers: MCS 51 Family and Its Variants
8051 Microcontrollers: MCS 51 Family and Its Variants is designed as a comprehensive textbook for undergraduate students of engineering. It...
- ISBN: 9780198063575
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- Author Satish Shah
- Publisher Oxford University Press
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8051 Microcontrollers: MCS 51 Family and Its Variants is designed as a comprehensive textbook for undergraduate students of engineering. It provides a detailed exposure to product development using the 8-bit micro-controller MCS 51 and its variants. Starting from the fundamentals such as introduction to the architecture of the microcontroller chip, instruction set, and commonly used I/O and interfacing concepts; the text provides a large number of assembly language programming examples for proper understanding. A wide range of design applications are provided to introduce most of the concepts required for digital system design with micro-controllers. The most popular 8-bit micro-controllers used for designing intelligent digital instruments as well as controllers for a set of varied applications have been clearly explained and illustrated.
About the AuthorSatish Shah is currently Professor, Electrical Engineering Department, Faculty of Technology, MS University of Baroda. His primary areas of interest are design of controllers with programmable devices such as microprocessors, micro-controllers, and digital signal processing. Prof. Shah has conducted a faculty training program on Intelligent Controllers for the teachers of engineering colleges and polytechnics in Gujarat under TECHSAT program of Gujarat Council of Science & Technology, Gandhinagar via live telecast on ISRO education channel. He was awarded The Sir Thomas Ward Memorial Prize and a gold medal for the year 2008 by Institution of Engineers (India).
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