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Can any one suggest me a good book on embedded system?

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Your question is way to vague. However, many online book shops include reviews. Alternatively try here:

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Regards, Richard.

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"Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" by Hunter S Thompson, because it's the best book about anything, ever.


-- "there's no room for enigmas in built-up areas" - HMHB.
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Embedded Primer by David E.Simon Programming Emb.Systems in C/C++ by Michel Barr.


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This on-line book carries Jack Ganssle's reccomendation as a grea introduction to micros in general even though it bases itself on the 6805

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Yes, it's a great book, albeit somewhat dated from the 1990s. There's = even a reference in it to a mainframe computer's using punched = (Hollerith IBM) cards as input, for jogging our memories!

I started two weeks ago in adapting it for the HCS08 as a part-time = project and hope to have it done soon. All of the obsolete HC05 = references and source code will be updated to the MC9S08QG8 and = CodeWarrior stationery files. That particular chip was chosen because = the Freescale/TechOnline's VirtuaLab features it and Axiom has a demo = QG8 EVB available for around $65, including its FedExing. Confer the =

8-bit MCU section on for purchasing the EVB, if anyone is = interested.=20

In the process, I came across the following syntax for forming a bit = mask. Consider this from the manual (page 161):

****************************************************************** In the M68HC05 instruction set, the bit manipulation instructions are of = the form

xxxx 14 08

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