Embedded Systems Hardware for Software Engineers
This hands-on guide allows hardware programmers to approach design examples by using a balance of practical methods, theoretical understanding of the issues, and a minimum required level of mathematics to solve the problem.
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|Library of Congress
||Embedded computer systems - Design and construction
||Computing: Professional & Programming
||Professional and scholarly
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A practical, hands-on guide for hardware programmersFeaturing numerical example equations, Essential Elements of Embedded Systems Hardware for Programmers provides a single resource to teach hardware programmers how to perform embedded systems design. The design of embedded systems tends to involve such specialized programming that the hardware behind the software begins to emerge in the designer's work. Embedded systems designers who are unfamiliar with the hardware side of computers will find themselves in unknown waters. This book offers a lifeline. Essential Elements of Embedded Systems Hardware for Programmers Includes a complete list of key manufacturers of electronic componentsProvides a large number of data sheets and application notes from various manufacturers in downloadable formatFeatures a non-math-heavy approach Offers a one-stop resource for learning the fundamentals of hardware
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Eduardo Lipiansky is a hardware design engineer for the Platforms Power Group of Google, Inc. Previously, he worked at Sun Microsystems, Cisco Systems, Tandem Computers (now an HP company), and Varian Associates. Mr. Lipiansky has a variety of work experience in analog and digital systems design, networking, high-speed digital design, electronic instrumentation design, and power engineering. He has 20+ years of teaching experience at the University Extensions of Berkeley and Santa Cruz, California where he taught courses on microprocessors, digital design, operational amplifiers, circuit analysis, electronic devices, advanced microprocessor-based interfacing techniques.