- Taschenbuch: 330 Seiten
- Verlag: Newnes (13. Mai 2013)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 0080982964
- ISBN-13: 978-0080982960
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 19 x 1,9 x 23,5 cm
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The Designer's Guide to the Cortex-M Processor Family: A Tutorial Approach (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 13. Mai 2013
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""The Cortex-M is well on the way to becoming an industry standard architecture for embedded systems, he warns, and knowledge of it is becoming a requisite skill for professional developers. He also explains techniques used to develop application software to run on it."--""Reference & Research Book News, " October 2013
"The Cortex-M is well on the way to becoming an industry standard architecture for embedded systems, he warns, and knowledge of it is becoming a requisite skill for professional developers. He also explains techniques used to develop application software to run on it."--Reference & Research Book News, October 2013
-The Cortex-M is well on the way to becoming an industry standard architecture for embedded systems, he warns, and knowledge of it is becoming a requisite skill for professional developers. He also explains techniques used to develop application software to run on it.---Reference & Research Book News, October 2013
Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
Trevor Martin graduated from Brunel University in 1988 with an Honors degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. In the same year he began work as a Junior Hardware engineer at Philips Medical Systems. He joined Hitex in 1992 as a Technical specialist for 8 Bit Microcontroller development tools. This included the 8051,68HC11\05\08 microcontrollers. He also gained experience with networking protocols such as CAN,USB and TCP/IP. Since 2000 he has been supporting ARM based microcontrollers, initially ARM7 and ARM9 CPU then moving to Cortex-M processor. To promote these devices he has worked closely with both NXP and ST and also TI and Freescale to a lesser extent. Since 2005 he has written a number of Insiders Guide? Books which are introductory tutorials to ARM based microcontroller families such as LPC2000, STR9 and STM32. He also runs regular training courses, a general Cortex Microcontroller workshop and also device specific courses.
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In a quick glance I found a number of typographical errors, and the code examples are often poorly formatted.
when the stated tutorial examples in the book did not match the ones in the tutorial zip file. It is very difficult to learn something when you don't have the correct tools for the job.
This text is a great beginners guide, however, it is also an excellent reference for seasoned developers wanting to learn the benefits of the ARM Cortex M architecture. The author gives a great overview of the core architecture along with specific examples to the CMSIS interface standard. Although the Keil/ARM CMSIS online documentation good for experienced programmers, the author provides real-world application examples that gives one thought on how to approach existing solutions. In addition, he also provides a plethora of examples to download so that one can follow the examples presented in the material.
I used to program embedded systems many years ago, so I decided assist in a recent project to gauge how technology has matured over the years. This manual has helped me catch-up quickly relative to the current online documentation, and I believe it's because the book provides good examples with clear and concise presentation. Overall I like the authors approach and highly recommend this book for hardware and system developers.
I hope this helps.