Fast and Effective Embedded Systems Design : Applying the ARM mbed, 2/e (Paperback)

Rob Toulson, Tim Wilmshurst

  • 出版商: Newnes
  • 出版日期: 2016-10-17
  • 售價: $2,075
  • 貴賓價: 9.5$1,971
  • 語言: 英文
  • 頁數: 510
  • 裝訂: Paperback
  • ISBN: 0081008805
  • ISBN-13: 9780081008805
  • 相關分類: ARM嵌入式系統





Key Features

Updates all examples and peripheral devices to use the most recent libraries and peripheral products
Includes examples with touch screen displays and includes high definition audio input/output with the I2S interface
Covers the development process of moving from prototyping to small-scale or mass manufacture with commercial case studies
Covers hot embedded issues such as intelligent instrumentation, networked systems, closed loop control, and digital signal processing

Fast and Effective Embedded Systems Design is a fast-moving introduction to embedded systems design, applying the innovative ARM mbed and its web-based development environment. Each chapter introduces a major topic in embedded systems, and proceeds as a series of practical experiments, adopting a "learning through doing" strategy. Minimal background knowledge is needed to start. C/C++ programming is applied, with a step-by-step approach which allows you to get coding quickly. Once the basics are covered, the book progresses to some "hot" embedded issues - intelligent instrumentation, wireless and networked systems, digital audio and digital signal processing. In this new edition all examples and peripheral devices are updated to use the most recent libraries and peripheral devices, with increased technical depth, and introduction of the "mbed enabled" concept.
Written by two experts in the field, this book reflects on the experimental results, develops and matches theory to practice, evaluates the strengths and weaknesses of the technology and techniques introduced, and considers applications in a wider context.
New Chapters on:
Bluetooth and ZigBee communication
Internet communication and control, setting the scene for the ‘Internet of Things’
Digital Audio, with high-fidelity applications and use of the I2S bus
Power supply, and very low power applications
The development process of moving from prototyping to small-scale or mass manufacture, with a commercial case study.

Professional embedded systems engineers, software engineers developing embedded systems, students studying embedded systems using ARM technology

<Table of Contents>

Fast and Effective Embedded Systems Design, 2nd Edition

Companion Website
Chapter 1. Embedded Systems, Microcontrollers, and ARM
1.1. Introducing Embedded Systems
1.2. Microprocessors and Microcontrollers
1.3. Development Processes for Embedded Systems
1.4. The World of ARM
Chapter Review
Part I. Essentials of Embedded Systems, Using the mbed
Chapter 2. Introducing the mbed
2.1. Introducing the mbed
2.2. Getting Started With the mbed: A Tutorial
2.3. The Development Environment
Chapter Review
Chapter 3. Digital Input and Output
3.1. Starting to Program
3.2. Voltages as Logic Values
3.3. Digital Output on the mbed
3.4. Using Digital Inputs
3.5. Digital Input and Output With the Application Board
3.6. Interfacing Simple Optodevices
3.7. Switching Larger DC Loads
3.8. Mini Project: Letter Counter
Chapter Review
Chapter 4. Analog Output
4.1. Introducing Data Conversion
4.2. Analog Outputs on the mbed
4.3. Another Form of Analog Output: Pulse Width Modulation
4.4. Pulse Width Modulation on the mbed
Chapter Review
Chapter 5. Analog Input
5.1. Analog-to-Digital Conversion (ADC)
5.2. Combining Analog Input and Output
5.3. Processing Data From Analog Inputs
5.4. Some Simple Analog Sensors
5.5. Exploring Data Conversion Timing
5.6. Mini Projects
Chapter Review
Chapter 6. Further Programming Techniques
6.1. The Benefits of Considered Program Design and Structure
6.2. Functions
6.3. Program Design
6.4. Working With Functions on the mbed
6.5. Using Multiple Files in C/C++
6.6. Modular Program Example
6.7. Working With Bespoke Libraries
Chapter Review
Chapter 7. Starting with Serial Communication
7.1. Introducing Synchronous Serial Communication
7.2. SPI
7.3. Intelligent Instrumentation
7.4. Evaluating SPI
7.5. The I2C Bus
7.6. Communicating With I2C-Enabled Sensors
7.7. Evaluating I2C
7.8. Asynchronous Serial Data Communication
7.9. USB
7.10. Mini Project: Multinode I2C Bus
Chapter Review
Chapter 8. Liquid Crystal Displays
8.1. Display Technologies
8.2. Using the PC1602F LCD
8.3. Using the mbed TextLCD Library
8.4. Displaying Analog Input Data on the LCD
8.5. Pixel Graphics—Implementing the NHD-C12832 Display
8.6. Color LCDs—Interfacing the uLCD-144-G2
8.7. Mini Project: Digital Spirit Level
Chapter Review
Chapter 9. Interrupts, Timers, and Tasks
9.1. Time and Tasks in Embedded Systems
9.2. Responding to External Events
9.3. Simple Interrupts on the mbed
9.4. Getting Deeper Into Interrupts
9.5. An Introduction to Timers
9.6. Using the mbed Timer
9.7. Using the mbed Timeout
9.8. Using the mbed Ticker
9.9. The Real-Time Clock
9.10. Switch Debouncing
9.11. Where Do We Go From Here? The Real-Time Operating System
9.12. Mini Projects
Chapter Review
Chapter 10. Memory and Data Management
10.1. A Memory Review
10.2. Introducing Pointers
10.3. Using Data Files With the mbed
10.4. Example mbed Data File Access
10.5. Using External SD Card Memory With the mbed
10.6. Using External USB Flash Memory With the mbed
10.7. Mini Project: Accelerometer Data Logging on Exceeding Threshold
Chapter Review
Part II. Moving to Advanced and Specialist Applications
Chapter 11. Wireless Communication – Bluetooth and Zigbee
11.1. Introducing Wireless Data Communication
11.2. Bluetooth
11.3. Zigbee
11.4. Mini Projects
Chapter Review
Chapter 12. Internet Communication and Control
12.1. Introduction to Internet Communication
12.2. The Ethernet Communication Protocol
12.3. Local Area Network Communications With the mbed
12.4. Using Remote Procedure Calls With the mbed
12.5. Using the mbed With Wide Area Networks
12.6. The Internet of Things
Chapter Review
Chapter 13. Working With Digital Audio
13.1. An Introduction to Digital Audio
13.2. USB MIDI on the mbed
13.3. Digital Audio Processing
13.4. Digital Audio Filtering Example
13.5. Delay/Echo Effect
13.6. Working With Wave Audio Files
13.7. High-Fidelity Digital Audio With the mbed
13.8. Summary on Digital Audio and Digital Signal Processing
13.9. Mini Project: Portable Music Player
Chapter Review
Chapter 14. Letting Go of the mbed Libraries
14.1. Introduction: How Much Do We Depend on the mbed API
14.2. Control Register Concepts
14.3. Digital Input/Output
14.4. Getting Deeper Into the Control Registers
14.5. Using the DAC
14.6. Using the ADC
14.7. A Conclusion on Using the Control Registers
Chapter Review
Chapter 15. Hardware Insights: Clocks, Resets, and Power Supply
15.1. Hardware Essentials
15.2. Clock Sources and Their Selection
15.3. Reset
15.4. Toward Low Power
15.5. Exploring mbed Power Consumption
15.6. Getting Serious About Low Power; the M0/M0+ Cores and the Zero Gecko
Chapter Review
Chapter 16. Developing Commercial Products With mbed
16.1. Embedded Systems Design Process
16.2. Using mbed-Enabled Platforms in Commercial Products
16.3. Implementing the mbed Architecture on a Bespoke Printed Circuit Board
16.4. Programming the LPC1768 Directly
16.5. Case Study: Irisense Temperature Logger With Touch Screen Display
16.6. Closing Remarks
Chapter Review
Appendix A. Some Number Systems
Appendix B. Some C Essentials
Appendix C. mbed Technical Data
Appendix D. Parts List
Appendix E. Using a Host Terminal Emulator