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Designing Embedded Hardware (Classique Us) [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

John Catsoulis
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29. November 2002 Classique Us
This guide provides software and hardware engineers with no prior experience in embedded systems with the necessary conceptual and design building blocks to understand the architectures of embedded systems. Written to provide the depth of coverage and real-world examples developers need, "Designing Embedded Hardware" also provides a road-map to the pitfalls and traps to avoid in designing embedded systems. Topics covered include: the principles of developing computer; parallel I/O; analog-digital conversion; timers (internal and external); UART; serial peripheral interface; inter-Integrated Circuit Bus; Controller Area Network (CAN); Data Converter Interface (DCI); and low-power operation. The book offers practical tools and skills to develop, build, and program your own application-specific computers.


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  • Taschenbuch: 318 Seiten
  • Verlag: O'Reilly & Associates (29. November 2002)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0596003625
  • ISBN-13: 978-0596003623
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 22,1 x 19,1 x 2 cm
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 770.562 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
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This guide provides software and hardware engineers with no prior experience in embedded systems with the necessary conceptual and design building blocks to understand the architectures of embedded systems. Written to provide the depth of coverage and real-world examples developers need, "Designing Embedded Hardware" also provides a road-map to the pitfalls and traps to avoid in designing embedded systems. Topics covered include: the principles of developing computer; parallel I/O; analog-digital conversion; timers (internal and external); UART; serial peripheral interface; inter-Integrated Circuit Bus; Controller Area Network (CAN); Data Converter Interface (DCI); and low-power operation. The book offers practical tools and skills to develop, build, and program your own application-specific computers.

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John Catsoulis is an electronics engineer, programmer and physicist who specializes in advanced computer architectures. He is responsible for the design of over 25 embedded computer systems, and since 1996 has been Managing Director of Embedded Pty Ltd., a company that designs computers for industry, government, military and scientific agencies.

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Wer sich mit Mikrocontrollern und Konsorten beschäftigen will und neu ist, sollte sich dieses Buch anschauen. Hier werden viele wichtige und grundlegende Dinge diesbezüglich mit Schaltplan und Nennung von konkreten Chips beschrieben hat.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Spannt den Bogen von der Theorie in die Praxis 8. Februar 2012
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Sehr praxisnahe Erklärung von Hardwaredesign / Platinendesign. Immer konkret am Beispiel mit vielen konkreten Schaltplänen. Wer nach der Uni das Gefühlt hat, alles und doch gar nichts zu wissen. Wer denkt, trotz 3 E-Technik, 3 Informatik und 2 Regelungstechnik Scheinen nichtmal einen elektronischen Wecker selber bauen zu können, der findet hier den Bogen von der Theorie in die Praxis.

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- Computerarchitektur (zzgl. zu eventuellem Vorwissen aus der Uni kommen hier interessante Zusatzdetails, z.B. Low-Power Architektur)
- Assembler (am besten übersringen und C/C++ nehmen)
- Progrsprache Forth (am besten übersringen und C/C++ nehmen)
- Elektronik 1 mal 1 (Erst etwas Grundwissen (nur zur Auffrischung geeignet), dann fogt: Schematics verstehen, worauf bei Datenblättern achten, auf den Stromfluss achten (auch wenn Logik in U ist, spielt I eine Rolle), Tristate-Eingänge, PullUpResistor, wie vermeide ich Schäden etc.)
- Power Sources (wie bekomme ich Batteriespannung/WallJack Power an meine Bauteile. UND ZWAR MIT WELCHEN CHIPS KONKRET, WIE GENAU, WIE SIEHT DIE SCHALTUNG AUS !)
- Building Hardware (eigene Prototypplatinen löten, prof. Platinen mit Autorouter erstellen, selber routen (worauf achten), Breadboards, Packaging, alles (etwas knapp) vom Lötkolben bis zum PCB-Druck, was man für eigene Platinen braucht ...)
- SPI (nicht nur Protokoll aus Adlerperspektive, sondern ganz genau, welche Chips, was wie verbinden etc.)
- I2C (auch wieder konkrete Chips, z.B. konkret ein I2C Display anschließen als Schaltung)
- Serial Ports (auch wieder konkret mit Schaltplan)
- IRDA
- USB
- Netzwerke (CAN/Ethernet: Mit Focus auf den konkreten Schaltplänen.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Ein gutes Buch 1. April 2003
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Wie man es von O'Reilly-Büchern gewohnt ist, wird in diesem Buch das geboten, was einem der Titel verspricht; die Entwicklung von embedded systems. Sehr praxisnah, mit guten Beispielen und in einem flüssigen, leicht zu lesendem Stil.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Way above average 18. April 2004
Von EmbeddedFlyer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Some of the O'Reily books really shine and this is one of them. I'm an experienced hardware engineer, but I still got some good tidbits out of this book which is all the more impressive when you consider it's written for a relative beginner. The author does a nice job with both the content and writing style.
It covers many topics which are relatively common knowledge among experienced hardware designers but you rarely find in one book. Some of those topics I've never seen in ANY book. There's some good stuff here. That said, it's probably not the ideal book for someone who's already tackled a few successful embedded hardware designs.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great Book 16. Juli 2003
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book is great for beginners. It is very informative and easy to read. I like the way the author describes timing diagrams seen in many microcontroller datasheets. I am impressed with his love for the ATMEL AVR microcontroller.
I used this book for a small PIC project.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Well worth the read 27. Januar 2004
Von Andrew - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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While I don't know if I could build my own embedded device after reading just this book (I don't think I'd be able to this after pretty much any one book), I still felt like this book still delivered on that promise more so than any other single hardware book I've read. So many books gloss over details, either because knowledge is assumed (which is fine in many cases), or because the author doesn't have the detailed knowledge to begin with. And even when the data is in the book, far too often it's exactly that: book data, repackaged information from other sources (often books themselves). It's much better when the knowledge ultimately comes from the author's experiences. Most of the knowledge in this book really seems to be of the latter, and better, variety. I also thought the detailed introductions to a wide range of topics were 'just right' - not too high-level, so they glossed over important details or the underlying fundamentals of how the particular thing worked, but also not so low-level that they assumed knowledge I would have had to go find elsewhere. This goes for a lot of different protocols (RS-232, RS-422, SPI, I2C, USB, and so on) as well as technologies (what's a DSP exactly?).
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Good book on the embedded hw/sw domain 7. August 2005
Von Eli Bendersky - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book aims at a very wide domain - embedded hardware/software. While most of the books out there on the market are concerned with design patterns, agile techniques and heavy methodologies for big projects, the largest software market is actually the embedded, with most processors manufactured, and most software written.

The author is an experienced embedded engineer and has knowledge both in hardware and software - it's the connecting line between these two that is the main subject of the book. Quite well written, many topics are covered - Electronics 101 (though not really on a beginner level - it runs too fast for that), some software - assembly language of various processors, microcontroller architectures, digital design and even soldering / breadboard creation.

It looks to be possible to build a small embedded computer just from the directions given in this book - which is very nice, and gives practical-headed readers something to play with. The author clearly enjoys what he's doing and it shows through his writing - this is a nice motivational boost, embedded design is indeed very interesting.

The crowd to enjoy the book the most will be people with some experience in either software or hardware (or both), who want to get into the exciting embedded field, or just bright and curious amateurs who want to build that heat-sensing remote control for their bathroom tub.

Some downsides of the book: the chapter on Forth is dubious. (Forth ??? Gimme a break...) The Electronics tutorial is just too fast. I doubt that people without any EE background will really understand it. For a beginner's book, there's too much options given in the processors chapters (about 4) - beginners like few options that are well explained. So a suggestion to the author for the next edition - drop Forth, drop a couple of processors, spend more time on electronics basics instead, and you'll have a truly great book.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Good book on hardware common to embedded systems 16. Dezember 2005
Von calvinnme - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is a practical introduction to embedded hardware, so to write software for the hardware presented in this book, you will need to consult other books. This book is only an introduction and if you want to gain more knowledge and experience in the field of hardware design, further study is required. In the first part of the book the author gives an introduction to computer architecture and describes the components that you find in a PC. The author goes on to explain basic electronics, just enough to understand the explanations about the electronic components. There are the basic equations to calculate voltage and current. The functionality of resistors, capacitors, inductors, diodes and crystals is explained. There is advice on how you can build or have built your own integrated circuit board. Some simple microprocessors and micro controllers are described including the currently available and commonly used PIC and AVR micro controllers, the 68000-series microprocessor and a DSP based controller. The functionality of the components is described and it is shown how the component can be used with a few other basic components to exercise a minimum of functionality. The book also covers useful topics like the protocols SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface) and I2C, Inter Integrated Circuit, which show how components can communicate with each other or the outside world. Various serial port and network protocols are discussed like RS232C and USB. Chapter 13 was particularly interesting, covering analog to digital conversion and applications. For example, the book explains how to use an amplifier to connect a digital circuit to a temperature or light sensor, or a motor control. The one thing I did not like about the book was the dedication of an entire chapter to the ancient language of Forth. This space might have been better spent on expanding the book's discussion of assembly language or the more timely topic of embedded networks.

This book might be too elementary for practicing engineers, particularly if they are already familiar with the devices commonly used in embedded circuits. However, for those engineers that have been writing software since they graduated, this book is a good fast-paced introduction to the hardware commonly found in embedded systems. A good follow-on to this book is "Programming Embedded Systems with C and C++" by the same publisher.
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