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Ted Van Sickle spent over fifteen years at Motorola as a microcontroller specialist. He now consults and teaches classes on software design and programming for microcontroller systems. He holds a MSEE from the University of Michigan.

Introduces microcontrollers and describes their programming environment, offering tips on coding for microcontrollers
Describes techniques to get maximum performance from your code
Discusses the differences between 8-bit and larger microcontrollers, giving application examples and providing details on using different compilers
Published: Elsevier Science an imprint of Elsevier Books Reference on
ISBN: 9780080497877
List price: $93.95
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