Embedded System By Kamlesh Rana

Embedded System By Kamlesh Rana
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Embedded System By Kamlesh Rana

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PREFACE Embedded systems take over complex control and data processing tasks in diverse application fields such as automotive, avionics, consumer products, and telecommunications. They are the primary driver for improving overall system safety, efficiency, and comfort. The demand for further improvement in these aspects can only be satisfied by designing embedded systems of increasing complexity, which in turn necessitates the development of new system design methodologies based on specification, design, and verification languages. The objective of the book at hand is to provide readers and designers with an overview of current research trends, results, and application experiences in computer languages for embedded systems. System development includes the tasks of defining an initial, high-level specification, designing system architecture and functional blocks, and verifying that architecture and functionality meet the specified properties and requirements. The designers working on these tasks, and the electronic design automation tools deployed in the design process, have to take into account software, digital logic, and analog system components and their complex interactions in heterogeneous, mixed discrete continuous systems. This book therefore addresses related issues in four parts, dedicated to specification, heterogeneity, design, and verification. This book is about microcontrollers, in the field of digital control systems. We will discuss embedded systems, real-time operating systems, and other topics of interest. It is important to realize that embedded systems rarely have display capabilities, and if they do have displays, they are usually limited to small text-only LCD displays. The challenge of programming an embedded system then is that it is difficult to get real-time feedback from the system without a display. It is common to use a simple serial interface for diagnostic purposes, for example by connecting to a PC running terminal software via a RS-232 to USB adapter. Also, embedded systems usually have very strict memory limitations, processor limitations, and speed limitations that must play a factor in designing an embedded system, and programming an embedded computer. Author
TABLE OF CONTENT Preface
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CHAPTER 1 ARCHITECTURE OF PIC CONTROLLER 1.1 Introduction 1.1.1 Base Line PIC 1.1.2 Mid-Range PIC 1.1.3 Enhanced Mid-Range PIC 1.1.4 PIC18 1.2 Architecture 1.2.1 PIC18 Harvard Architecture 1.2.2 Pipelining 1.2.3 Data Space RAM 1.2.4 Code Space 1.2.5 Word Size 1.2.6 Stacks