Most code is developed in C, using Rigel Corporation’s Reads51
integrated development environment. Although the experiments use an 8051-based platform, the C code can be
ported to other microcontrollers. In-line
assembly is used in a few instances to show how code can be streamlined to
achieve greater efficiency.
Although the series of software experiments constitutes a substantial component
of the book, the book is not intended as a cookbook or a reference book with a
collection of readily usable code libraries. The software experiments are written for clarity in reinforcing the
basic concepts, not for efficiency in execution speed or code size.
All the software, RFC's, and data sheets for this book come on a CD ROM included
with the book.
from the textbook uses DynDns.org’s
free service to gain access to a microcontroller connected to a LAN with a
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hobbyists who want to gain an understanding of Internet connectivity concepts.
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