His tenure at UT Austin began in He is a leading authority on embedded systems having written 23 referred archival papers, 63 referred papers, and five book chapters in the fields of embedded systems, biomedical instrumentations, and bio-heat transfer. Jonathan W. Embedded Microcomputer Systems: Real Time Interfacing provides an in-depth discussion of the design of real-time embedded systems using 9S12 microcontrollers.
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Valvano, Jonathan W. Physical Description xvii, pages : illustrations ; 26 cm. Published Thomson Engineering c Language English View all editions Prev Next edition 2 of 5.
Author Valvano, Jonathan W. Content Types text Carrier Types volume Physical Description xvii, pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
Subjects Embedded computer systems. Computer interfaces. Contents Machine derived contents note: 1. Computer Architecture.
Embedded Computer Systems. The Design Process. Digital Logic and Open Collector. Digital Representation of Numbers. Common Architecture of the 9S Choosing a Microcontroller. Quality Programming. Assembly Language Programming. Self-Documenting Code. Modular Software Development. Layered Software Systems. Device Drivers. Object-Oriented Interfacing. Debugging Strategies. Key Wake-Up. Blind Cycle Counting. Gadfly or Busy-Wait Synchronization.
What are Interrupts? Reentrancy and Critical Sections. First-In-First-Out Queue. General Features of Interrupts on the 9S Interrupt Vectors and Priority. External Interrupt Design Approach. Polled vs.
Vectored Interrupts. Pseudo-Interrupt Vectors. Key Wake-Up Interrupt Examples. Interrupt Polling Using Linked Lists. Interrupt Priority. Round-Robin Polling. Periodic Interrupts. Low Power Design. Round-Robin Scheduler. Thread Synchronization and Communication. Fixed Scheduling. Input Capture. Output Compare. Frequency Measurement. Conversion Between Frequency and Period. Pulse Accumulator. Introduction and Definitions. RS Specifications. Other Communication Protocols.
Serial Communications Interface. Logic Level Conversion. Input Switches and Keyboards. Output LEDs. Liquid Crystal Displays. Stepper Motors. Servo Motors. Address Decoding. General Memory Bus Timing. External Bus Timing. General Approach to Interfacing. The Need For Speed. General Approaches to High-Speed Interfaces. Fundamental Approach to DMA. LCD Graphics.
Secure Digital Card Interface. File System Management. Resistors and Capacitors. Operational Amplifiers Op Amps. Analog Filters. Digital-to-Analog Converters. Analog-to-Digital Converters. Sample and Hold. ADC System. Multiple-Access Circular Queue. Internal ADCs. DAS Design. Analysis of Noise. Data Acquisition Case Studies. Introduction to Digital Control Systems. Open-Loop Control Systems. Simple Closed-Loop Control Systems. PID Controllers. Fuzzy Logic Control. Wireless Communication.
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Embedded Microcomputer Systems: Real Time Interfacing
Jonathan W. Embedded computer systems, which are electronic systems that include a microcomputer to perform a specific dedicated application, are ubiquitous. Every week millions of tiny computer chips come pouring out of factories like Motorola and Mitsubishi and find their way into our everyday products. Our global economy, our production of food, our transportation systems, our military defense, our communication systems, and even our quality of life depend on the efficiency and effectiveness of these embedded systems.