Today, everything from cell phones to microwaves to CD players all contain microcontrollers, or miniature computers, which need to be programmed to perform specific tasks. Designing such systems requires an understanding of both microprocessor electronics and programming languages. This book is written for the industrial electronics engineer who needs to use or switch to the Intel 8051 family of microcontrollers and implement it using a C programming language.The table here shows all the SFRs for the standard 8051. Appendix A5 shows additional SFRs that exist in other family members. They all figure prominently in the instructions.a Special function registers for 8051 Symbol Description Directanbsp;...
|Title||:||C and the 8051: Hardware, modular programming, and multitasking|
|Author||:||Thomas W. Schultz|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 1998|