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MSP430 Microcontroller Basics (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 21. August 2008


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  • Taschenbuch: 684 Seiten
  • Verlag: Newnes (21. August 2008)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0750682760
  • ISBN-13: 978-0750682763
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 19,1 x 3,9 x 23,5 cm
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The MSP430 is a simple 16-bit microcontroller with a compact and economical CPU containing only 27 instructions and 16 registers. It offers other advantages which make it suitable for low power applications: a rich variety of peripherals for analog input and output; rapid processing wake up time; the treatment of data and address on equal footing. Introduction to the MSP430 combines a tutorial approach with a description of the CPU and main peripherals. The tutorial builds from a basic program for lighting LEDs to the use of a timer. It uses the C programming language from the start but programs are also developed in assembly language to show how a program interacts with the hardware.To demonstrate the special features of the MSP430 full coverage is given to the instruction set, sigma-delta analog-digital converters and timers. Finally, the book gives an introduction to the MSP430 which extends the architecture to address more memory and which provides a bridge to the ARM 7 processor.

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9 von 9 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Dennis Eichmann am 9. März 2010
Format: Taschenbuch
Dieses Buch ist meiner Meinung nach ein gelungenes Werk über die Microcontroller-Familie MSP430! Ich selber habe das Embedded-Programmieren während meines Studiums begonnen und wir mussten uns die meisten Sachen selber beibringen - ein Buch, welches aufschlussreiche Hilfe gibt, ist dabei unerlässlich. Parallel benutzte ich das Buch von Matthias Sturm: "Mikrocontrollertechnik: Am Beispiel der MSP430-Familie". Auch dieses ist eine gute und auf den Punkt gebrachte Zusammenfassung mit hilfreichen Beispielen zum Umgang mit den Prozessoren von Texas Instruments.

Ich persönlich habe die "Microcontroller Basics" jedoch vorgezogen und würde daher jedem raten, die paar Euros mehr zu investieren. Es beinhaltet wesentlich mehr Beispiele von Anwendungen, wie sie in der Praxis genutzt werden. Insgesamt ist das Buch auch erheblich dicker, was nicht immer von höherer Qualität zeugt, jedoch ist hier keine Seite verschwendet. Eingeleitet wird auch hier mit den ersten einfachen Beispielen zum Blinkenlassen einer LED, über die Verwendung von Timern, bis hin zum Datenaustausch über die seriellen Schnittstellen (SPI / UART / I²C). Selbstverständlich ist das nur ein winziger Auszug aus dem gesamtem Inhalt dieses Buches. Ebenso sind sehr viele Grafiken im Buch, welche an vielen Stellen das Beschriebene ergänzend erläutern - dies ist gerade bei Signalverläufen sehr hilfreich.

Ein weiterer Unterschied zwischen Sturms Buch und diesem ist, dass hier mehr die Programmierung in der Hochsprache C behandelt wird und eine Beschreibung in Assembler eher gering ausfällt.
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27 von 27 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Best MSP430 Book Available! 23. Oktober 2008
Von Brent Foust - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
The best all-around MSP430 book.

Well-written, easy to follow. The coverage is impressive for a "Basics" book. Far more than a mere re-hashing of the online MSP430 User's Guide, I like the way the CPU and peripherals are covered in a practical manner. For example, instead of just listing the assembler mnemonics, helpful tips are given about which assembly instructions to use for what purpose and which typical MCU instructions are missing. C is covered, as well, as are development environments and everything else necessary to getting up and running. Gotcha's to watch out for are given throughout. This alone makes this book worth the price of entry. I wish I had this book when I was learning to code this uC.

More explanation could be given on why certain peripheral control parameters are set up the way they are. One example is the sample code that reads the internal temperature sensor. The offset is hard-coded, as is the slope. No mention is made about this value varying widely amongst individual chips. You'll need to calibrate your readings and although the best fit values can vary by 10% of the value given, neither this fact, nor the procedure is discussed. The slope, on the other hand varies far less from chip to chip, but no explanation for how it was arrived at is given, either. (The slope given is derived from the equation in the TI MSP430 User's Guide, adjusted for Celsius, and should be close enough for most applications, but it would have been helpful to most users if this were explained, as well as how to get the result in degrees Fahrenheit.)

There are similar issues with other peripheral sample code, but this does not purport to be an advanced-level book, even though it is so comprehensive that it seems like it could easily be taken that way. With the word "basics" in its title, it's hard to complain -- you get more than what you bargained for anyway.

There are other MSP430 books available with good information, but they either have a slant toward a particular 3rd party development board, or are not as well rounded as this one. No others have the depth of coverage: development environments, development boards, processor variations, software, hardware architecture, the newer 430X architecture, and all on-board peripherals.

More than just a basics book with an excellent overview of the MSP 430 uC, it's a great source of programming tips, where details are given, including examples of interfacing with external hardware (ADC, DAC, parallel port I/O, serial I/O, etc.). I think "Essentials" would be a more appropriate title.

If you're serious about learning to program the MSP430, this is the first book to get. You may not need another.
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The book that ties the technical references and reality together 23. Januar 2010
Von Andrew - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I just bought this book and almost immediately read through the first 3 chapters. The first 3 chapters are mainly an overview of the entire MSP430 family, how to read datasheets and find the information you want, and a brief history of microcontrollers in general. These first 3 chapters alone are almost invaluable when starting embedded electronics! I have skimmed through the rest of the book (and plan to read through it as soon as my homebrew programming board actually works).
I found one error while reading the first section of the book, and emailed the author who promptly replied, and immediately updated the errata sheet (within about a day). This is a good sign as the author definitely cares about the book, the topic, and that the information he is providing is correct. I will definitely buy the 2nd edition if it is created!
While the book tends to talk about commercially available demo-boards (though is in NO way locked into using them) the companion website is extremely useful. There, you can find the errata sheet, and a pdf with instructions on building your own demo-boards.

I would highly recommend this book as it is up-to-date, extremely well written, and useful to both the beginner and the advanced embedded developer!
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More than "Basics" - quintessential for learning about the '430 14. Oktober 2008
Von R. Severson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Excellent.

This book is a solid, clean resource for learning about the TI MSP430 microcontroller. I am impressed with the full coverage of topics that are glossed over in other '430 books. This book bundles together a lot of practical information gleaned from a wide span of TI data sheets and app notes and does so in a way that makes very good sense. EVERYTHING that I see as a MSP430 feature is explained, and explained well.

This should be the definitive starting purchase for any embedded developer wishing to master the TI MSP430 microcontroller.
3 von 3 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
This is the quick-start guide despite how thick it is 20. Mai 2011
Von T. Shoup - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is just the book to read if you are somewhat familiar with digital electronics and microprocessors and want to get moving quickly in programming a TI MSP430. While it is pretty thick, it covers all the capabilities of a 430 in just the right level of detail for someone with some digital logic experience and a cursory understanding of assembly language.

Pro: chapters are organized by topic with lots of examples; covers both C and assembly language; written at just the right level for someone to get started with a 430; explains what's going on in assembly to help understand what C will do; lots of details about real-world interface examples such as driving an LCD (harder than one thinks); this is the book TI has in their booth at trade shows

Cons: a little too much focus on assembly as a target language; some topics get introduced in a chapter before the chapter dedicated to them, which leads to more hopping around in the book than I care for

If you buy only one book on the 430, this one would be money well spent.
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Thorough introduction to embedded development 4. Juli 2012
Von Unix Lists - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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My main motivation for buying this book was to generally learn how to program in C with the MSP-430 Launchpad development kit from Texas Instruments.

It is a truly awesome text in practice because you not only learn how to start 'thinking embedded' but you actually come away with learning about microcontroller architectures in general.

Having done some Assembly programming for a school project over 10 years ago with an older Motorola Microcontroller all in Hexadecimal, I was at first a bit reluctant to follow through the examples the author gives in Assembly as I believed they were not too relevant anymore. In contrast, the author points out through various examples where Assembly makes sense. And to that note, Assembly language now seems much more 'cleaned up' than I remember it being years ago.

I had previously explored the possibility of getting into programming embedded devices and considered an Arduino kit; thanks to some advice from a co-worker who actually develops for embedded Medical Devices at my workplace, I decided to pursue the launchpad MSP-430 series as an introduction for the following reasons:

1) you can learn C

2) it can be seen as a more 'professional' solution compared to an Arduino setup which has its own language.

This book is a must-have as others have pointed out if you are serious about learning to develop for the MSP-430 family of Microcontrollers.
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