Microcontroller

Dave

Joined Nov 17, 2003
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Are there any microcontrollers you are particularly interested in?

Dave
 

beenthere

Joined Apr 20, 2004
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You do have to be fairly specific - there are significant enough differences between families of microcontrollers that there is no all-encompassing tutorial.
 

HarveyH42

Joined Jul 22, 2007
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PIC http://www.winpicprog.co.uk/pic_tutorial.htm

AVR http://www.avrtutor.com/tutorial/thermo/welcome.php

8051 http://www.8051projects.info/tutorials.asp

Just three that I've used, and learned a bunch. I only work with AVR myself, but they all have some similiar functions. Remember, Google.com is your best friend. There are dozens of sites with tutorials or completed projects with source code. Which brings up another short coming of your request. No specific chip, and you didn't specify a language. Most tutorials are in 'C', which I don't know enough to flash an LED. Started in assembly, but need to work with servos and accurate pulses, so started BASIC about a month ago. I had used both on computers (pre-IBM PC/Windows).
 

Dave

Joined Nov 17, 2003
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It is also worth saying, that to accompany the tutorials for your chosen microcontroller, you should obtain a copy of the unit datasheet from the manufacturers website. These will address many of the hardware related details of the m/c and help you better understand what you are doing when programming.

Dave
 

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sharma2k7

Joined Dec 10, 2007
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It is also worth saying, that to accompany the tutorials for your chosen microcontroller, you should obtain a copy of the unit datasheet from the manufacturers website. These will address many of the hardware related details of the m/c and help you better understand what you are doing when programming.

Dave
thanks for your reply i am a fresh graduate i did electronics and communications
i need to learn some of the basic concepts about microcontrollers,and programming in microcontrollers for my interviws
 
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