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pinank
pinank • Aug 9, 2012

MicroControllers basics

I am doing my electrical engineering and have grown a lot of interest in Microcontrollers.

But i haven't found a proper reference books in this area.

Please guide me in this area..
Abhishek Rawal
Abhishek Rawal • Aug 9, 2012
Microcontrollers using Assembly language & C by A.Mazidi .
pinank
pinank • Aug 10, 2012
thank u soo much..

i'll start and any further queries will post soon...😀
Harshad Italiya
Harshad Italiya • Aug 16, 2012
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Priya Nadkarni
Priya Nadkarni • Sep 1, 2012
For a beginner, 8051 microcontroller and embedded systems by maziddi and maziddi is a really good book. It has really good explanation .
pinank
pinank • Sep 29, 2012
i read maziddi...though a few more pages to go..😛
but what real time applications do we have with 8051 microcontroller??
as compared to ARDUINO and ATMEGA series(on which i have been working on for quiet a long time) + ARDUINO is so user friendly...the programming is so simple as it is basic C...
grsalvi
grsalvi • Sep 29, 2012
Mazidi for 8051 fundamentals is good.
grsalvi
grsalvi • Sep 29, 2012
pinank
i read maziddi...though a few more pages to go..😛
but what real time applications do we have with 8051 microcontroller??
as compared to ARDUINO and ATMEGA series(on which i have been working on for quiet a long time) + ARDUINO is so user friendly...the programming is so simple as it is basic C...
Real time applications like interfacing with keyboard, dc motor speed control , etc are there (information 2 yrs back).
grsalvi
grsalvi • Sep 29, 2012
and one more thing i think electrical engineering has basics,assembly language programming and applications like interfacing (embedded systems is not there) ...
So check out the edition with interfacing applications.
pinank
pinank • Sep 29, 2012
ohk...i'll check it out..
arunchary
arunchary • Sep 30, 2012
MAZIDI and MAZIDI is the best book for beginners dont go for other books while your in start up ok..all the best

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