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Book Recommendations

Programming and Customizing the 8051 Microcontroller:

Programming and Customizing the 8051 Microcontroller For work or fun-projects, exercises, and insights of the world's most popular microcontroller. Over 30 experiments and 13 complete projects demonstrate 8051 capabilities. CD-ROM gives you all the software you need to begin developing 8051 applications. A volume in TAB's hit Microcontroller Series. This tutorial/disk package is unique in providing you with a complete understanding of the 8051 chip compatibles along with all the information needed to design and debug tailor-made applications using. Programming & Customizing the 8051 Microcontroller details the features of the 8051 and demonstrates how to use these embedded chips to access and control many different devices. This book shows you what happens within the 8051 when an instruction is executed, and it demonstrates how to interface 8051's with external devices. Giving you a wide range of experiments and exercises that provide hands-on experience with the 8051, this book also features: clear explanations of how the devices are electronically programmed, along with a design for Atmel 2010 microcontroller programmer that you build; tools for developing 8051 applications; two sample 8051 real time operating systems; help in programming both assembly language and high-level applications; tips to make code development and debugging easier. In addition, extensive appendices give you even more resources for help in developing and debugging 8051 applications, as well as expert tips on avoiding typical application problems.


Parallel Port Complete:

Parallel Port CompleteWindows Developer's Journal: The book is written in a very readable style and starts off with the basics; you don't have to be a hardware guru to read it. If you think you might ever need to access a parallel port (under any operating system), this book is for you.

Nuts & Volts, Joseph Carr: It's been awhile since I've seen a book as practical as this one. Parallel Port Complete is a real keeper!

Personal Engineering and Instrumentation News: An excellent resource for Visual Basic programmers looking to interface hardware through standard ports. Anyone designing hardware to work with a parallel port is well advised to add this book to their library.

Electronics Now, Jeff Holtzman: If you want to learn about PC-based parallel ports, then you need a copy of Jan Axelson's Parallel Port Complete. Good stuff.


An Introduction to Programming Using Visual Basic 6.0 (4th Ed)

An Introduction to Programming Using Visual Basic 6.0 (4th Ed)Windows Developer's Journal: The book is written in a very readable style and starts off with the basics; you don't have to be a hardware guru to read it. If you think you might ever need to access a parallel port (under any operating system), this book is for you.

Nuts & Volts, Joseph Carr: It's been awhile since I've seen a book as practical as this one. Parallel Port Complete is a real keeper!

Personal Engineering and Instrumentation News: An excellent resource for Visual Basic programmers looking to interface hardware through standard ports. Anyone designing hardware to work with a parallel port is well advised to add this book to their library.

Electronics Now, Jeff Holtzman: If you want to learn about PC-based parallel ports, then you need a copy of Jan Axelson's Parallel Port Complete. Good stuff.


Digital Signal Processing and the Microcontroller:

Digital Signal Processing and the MicrocontrollerWindows Developer's Journal: The book is written in a very readable style and starts off with the basics; you don't have to be a hardware guru to read it. If you think you might ever need to access a parallel port (under any operating system), this book is for you.

Nuts & Volts, Joseph Carr: It's been awhile since I've seen a book as practical as this one. Parallel Port Complete is a real keeper!

Personal Engineering and Instrumentation News: An excellent resource for Visual Basic programmers looking to interface hardware through standard ports. Anyone designing hardware to work with a parallel port is well advised to add this book to their library.

Electronics Now, Jeff Holtzman: If you want to learn about PC-based parallel ports, then you need a copy of Jan Axelson's Parallel Port Complete. Good stuff.