Embedded Systems/Resources

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The article "Turn a kid on to embedded systems" by Jack Ganssle 2005 recommends these books:

  • "MC68HC05 Family, Understanding Small Microcontrollers" free download from Freescale "a well-written 300+ page tome that I highly recommend."
  • "Ham Radio for Dummies" by Ward Silver 2004.
  • the "ARRL Handbook" published by the American Radio Relay League.
  • the "Engineer's Mini-Notebook for the 555 Timer." 32 pages by Forrest Mims III
  • "Getting Started in Electronics" by Forrest Mims III ... "a 128-page complete intro to the field ... available from W5YI.org"
  • "The Art of Electronics" by Horowitz and Hill. "For advanced tech wannabees only."
  • "An Embedded Software Primer" by David Simon "the best introduction to writing firmware available."
  • "Embedded Systems Design Using the Rabbit 3000 Microprocessor" by Kamal Hyder and Bob Perrin.

Other books about embedded systems:

  • Barr, Michael et al. "Embedded Systems Dictionary" ISBN 1578201209
  • Predko, Myke. "Programming and Customizing PICmicro Microcontrollers", McGraw Hill, 2002. ISBN 0071361723
  • Pont, Michael J. "Embedded C" Addison Wesley, 2002. ISBN 020179523X
  • Berger, Arnold S. "Embedded Systems Design: An Introduction to Processes, Tools and Techniques" CMP Books, 2001. ISBN 1578200733