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Also new to this book is a chapter on the Forth programming language. Forth is a very useful tool for embedded system development to which many engineers have yet to be exposed.

The language is the basis of the Open Firmware standard and is used by design engineers at Apple, Sun, and many other manufacturers.

Many of the designs in this book look easy, and they are. They are intended as simple building blocks, allowing you to mix and match to achieve the embedded systems you need. I hope you will find this book useful. The first covers fundamental concepts and introductory material. The second section gives an overview of assembly language and Forth. Chapter 1 gives an overview of computer architectures and explains what constitutes an embedded system.

Designing Embedded Hardware

Chapters 2 and 3 explore software with assembly language and Forth. Chapter 4 provides some background electronics theory and introduces some important concepts. Chapters 7 and 8 cover SPI and I2C, two protocols that allow a wide range of small peripherals to be added to microcontrollers. Chapters 9, 10, and 11 cover serial interfaces. These give our embedded system access to host computers and to external peripherals such as modems. Also in Chapter 12, we learn how to add an Ethernet port to our embedded system, by which we can connect to other computers, servers, and gateways and, through them, to the wider Internet.

While it is not possible to cover every embedded processor as there are literally many hundreds , the chips chosen are representative of various classes of processor.

The skills you learn will be adaptable to whatever processor you choose for your application. In general, you may use the code in this book in your programs and documentation. For example, writing a program that uses several chunks of code from this book does not require permission. Answering a question by citing this book and quoting example code does not require permission. We appreciate, but do not require, attribution. An attribution usually includes the title, author, publisher, and ISBN.

K is 1,, while k is 1, TIP This icon indicates a tip, suggestion, or general note. Try it for free at. In the past, I have often read in prefaces how authors thank their editors for the help they gave. It is only now that I understand the depth and significance of this help. I would like to thank the production team, especially Sanders Kleinfeld, for their hard work.

This book is as much the result of their efforts as it is mine. Thank you also to Rupert Baines of Picochip for his assistance. Geoff McDonald has been a great friend and has made many helpful suggestions regarding the content of this book. He also proofread the book, and I thank him for all his help. Michael did significant proof-reading and offered many helpful comments. Thank you to Prof. Neil Bergmann, Dr. A special thank you to my uncles, Vince and Dave Catsoulis, who have shown me the meaning of love, honor, and strength of character.

I owe them much. An Introduction to Computer Architecture Each machine has its own, unique personality which probably could be defined as the intuitive sum total of everything you know and feel about it. This personality constantly changes, usually for the worse, but sometimes surprisingly for the better Pirsig, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance This book is about designing and building specialized computers.

We all know what a computer is. Inside that box is the electronics that runs your software, stores your information, and connects you to the world.

Designing a computer, therefore, is about designing a machine that holds and manipulates data. Computer systems fall into essentially two separate categories. The first, and most obvious, is that of the desktop computer.

Embedded computers are far more numerous than desktop systems, but far less obvious. Ask the average person how many computers he has in his home, and he might reply that he has one or two. In fact, he may have 30 or more, hidden inside his TVs, VCRs, DVD players, remote controls, washing machines, cell phones, air conditioners, game consoles, ovens, toys, and a host of other devices.

This is applicable to both embedded and desktop computers, because the primary difference between an embedded machine and a general-purpose computer is its application. The basic principles of operation and the underlying architectures are fundamentally the same. Both have a processor, memory, and often several forms of input and output. The primary difference lies in their intended use, and this is reflected in the system design and their software. Desktop computers can run a variety of application programs, with system resources orchestrated 15 by an operating system.

By running different application programs, the functionality of the desktop computer is changed. One moment, it may be used as a word processor; the next it is an MP3 player or a database client.

Which software is loaded and run is under user control. In contrast, the embedded computer is normally dedicated to a specific task.

Designing Embedded Hardware, 2nd Edition

First, there are many good books already written on C programming, embedded firmware development in C, porting Linux to embedded systems, coding in Python, writing Java software, and so on. The second reason is that assembly language, that most basic of programming tools, is so different from processor to processor that it would not have been possible to cover all the instruction sets of the processors in the book, let alone do them justice.

However, I have decided to include some software in this edition. What I will do is show some simple assembly language techniques. While the instructions may be wildly different between architectures, the basic concepts are the same. Also new to this book is a chapter on the Forth programming language. Forth is a very useful tool for embedded system development to which many engineers have yet to be exposed.

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The language is the basis of the Open Firmware standard and is used by design engineers at Apple, Sun, and many other manufacturers. Many of the designs in this book look easy, and they are.

They are intended as simple building blocks, allowing you to mix and match to achieve the embedded systems you need.

I hope you will find this book useful. The first covers fundamental concepts and introductory material. The second section gives an overview of assembly language and Forth.

Chapter 1 gives an overview of computer architectures and explains what constitutes an embedded system. Chapters 2 and 3 explore software with assembly language and Forth. Chapter 4 provides some background electronics theory and introduces some important concepts. Chapters 7 and 8 cover SPI and I2C, two protocols that allow a wide range of small peripherals to be added to microcontrollers.

Chapters 9, 10, and 11 cover serial interfaces. These give our embedded system access to host computers and to external peripherals such as modems. Also in Chapter 12, we learn how to add an Ethernet port to our embedded system, by which we can connect to other computers, servers, and gateways and, through them, to the wider Internet.

While it is not possible to cover every embedded processor as there are literally many hundreds , the chips chosen are representative of various classes of processor. The skills you learn will be adaptable to whatever processor you choose for your application. In general, you may use the code in this book in your programs and documentation.

For example, writing a program that uses several chunks of code from this book does not require permission.

Answering a question by citing this book and quoting example code does not require permission. We appreciate, but do not require, attribution.

An attribution usually includes the title, author, publisher, and ISBN. For example: K is 1,, while k is 1, TIP This icon indicates a tip, suggestion, or general note. Try it for free at. You can access this page at: To comment or ask technical questions about this book, send email to: In the past, I have often read in prefaces how authors thank their editors for the help they gave. It is only now that I understand the depth and significance of this help.

I would like to thank the production team, especially Sanders Kleinfeld, for their hard work.

Designing Embedded Hardware

This book is as much the result of their efforts as it is mine. Thank you also to Rupert Baines of Picochip for his assistance. Geoff McDonald has been a great friend and has made many helpful suggestions regarding the content of this book. He also proofread the book, and I thank him for all his help. Michael did significant proof-reading and offered many helpful comments.

Thank you to Prof. Neil Bergmann, Dr. A special thank you to my uncles, Vince and Dave Catsoulis, who have shown me the meaning of love, honor, and strength of character. I owe them much.

An Introduction to Computer Architecture Each machine has its own, unique personality which probably could be defined as the intuitive sum total of everything you know and feel about it. This personality constantly changes, usually for the worse, but sometimes surprisingly for the better Pirsig, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance This book is about designing and building specialized computers.

We all know what a computer is. Inside that box is the electronics that runs your software, stores your information, and connects you to the world. Designing a computer, therefore, is about designing a machine that holds and manipulates data. Computer systems fall into essentially two separate categories.

The first, and most obvious, is that of the desktop computer. Embedded computers are far more numerous than desktop systems, but far less obvious. Ask the average person how many computers he has in his home, and he might reply that he has one or two.

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In fact, he may have 30 or more, hidden inside his TVs, VCRs, DVD players, remote controls, washing machines, cell phones, air conditioners, game consoles, ovens, toys, and a host of other devices. This is applicable to both embedded and desktop computers, because the primary difference between an embedded machine and a general-purpose computer is its application.

The basic principles of operation and the underlying architectures are fundamentally the same.

Both have a processor, memory, and often several forms of input and output. The primary difference lies in their intended use, and this is reflected in the system design and their software.

Desktop computers can run a variety of application programs, with system resources orchestrated 15 by an operating system. By running different application programs, the functionality of the desktop computer is changed. One moment, it may be used as a word processor; the next it is an MP3 player or a database client.

Which software is loaded and run is under user control.Low Power Design 5. Disassembly 2. This book is about synchronous programming for the design of, safety critical, embedded systems, such as automotive systems, avionics, nuclear power plants and telecommunication systems.

Successfully reported this slideshow. Such companies produce chips that are easy to use, are reliable and robust, have great technical support, and provide thorough and comprehensive technical data. The second edition of Designing Embedded Hardware has been updated to include information on the latest generation of processors and microcontrollers, including the new MAXQ processor. With embedded computers, you get to understand the machine at all levels, at once aware of currents flowing through circuit traces and software executing complex algorithms.