Here is the listing of Best reference books on Microprocessor Applications in Power Electronics.
|1. “Microprocessors and Interfacing” by D.V. Hall
Book Review: This book stresses on the Intel 8086 family of processors that are used in IBM PCs thereby teaching students the concepts of programming, system connections, microprocessor interfacing and peripheral devices. The book also contains small introduction on computer hardware later focusing on how microprocessor based computers are programmed to do real tasks. The book also covers assembly language programming of 8086 based systems. The book also stresses on writing assembly language programs in a structured manner. The book also provides a comparison of RISC and CISC processors.
|2. “Microcomputer Engineering” by G.H. Miller
Book Review: This book stresses on microcomputers and microcontrollers that are used as control devices. The book contains information about Motorola M6HC11EVB and M68HC11EBU trainers. The various topics covered in the book include instruction subset, machine language, assemblers and assembly language, program structure and design, advanced assembly language programming, hardware, advanced 68HC11 hardware, real time operating systems and design. This book is very useful for individuals who are studying microcontrollers for the first time.
|3. “Programmable Controllers” by George Batten
Book Review: This book provides an introduction to basics of programmable controllers, what are they, their working, their selection, set up and their usage. The book contains a brief history of programmable controllers, basic concepts of logic circuitry, computer arithmetic and coding. The book also demonstrates how to evaluate hardware configurations, software requirement determination, programming language selection, process control schemes selection and comparison, technical specification sheets, central processing units, peripheral devices and interfaces and many more.
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