Author: Muhammad Ali Mazidi
Release Date: 2016-09-16
Why MSP432? The MSP430 is a popular microcontroller designed and marketed by the Texas Instruments (TI). It comes with some powerful peripherals such as ADC, Timer, SPI, I2C, UART, and so on. It has a 16-bit proprietary RISC architecture meaning only TI makes the products. Due to popularity of ARM architecture, many semiconductor design companies are moving away from proprietary architecture and adopting the ARM as the CPU of choice in all their designs. This is the case with MSP430. The MSP432 is an ARM version of the MSP430. In other words, all the MSP430 peripherals are moved to MSP432 with ARM instructions and architecture as the core processor. Another major feature of the MSP432 is its lower power consumption which makes it an ideal microcontroller for use in designing low power devices with IoT. See the link below: http: //www.ti.com/lsds/ti/microcontrollers_16-bit_32-bit/msp/low_power_performance/msp432p4x/overview.page Why this book? While there are several MSP430 textbooks on the market, currently there is only one textbook for MSP432. This textbook covers the details of the MSP432 peripherals such as ADC, Timer, SPI, I2C and so on with ARM programs. It also includes the programs for interfacing of MSP432 to LCD, Serial COM port, DC motor, stepper motor, sensors, and graphics LCD. All the programs in the book are tested using the MSP432 LaunchPad trainer board from TI. See the link below: http: //www.ti.com/tool/MSP-EXP432P401R#buy
Author: Muhammad Ali Mazidi
Release Date: 2017-04-21
1) Our ARM book series The ARM CPU is licensed and produced by hundreds of companies. The ARM Assembly language instructions and architectures are standardized and all the licensees must follow them. The first volume of this series (ARM Assembly Language Programming & Architecture by Mazidi & Naimi) covers the Assembly language programming, instructions, and architecture of the ARM and can be used with any ARM chip, regardless of the chip maker. Since the licensees are free to design and implement their own peripherals, the peripherals of ARM chips vary greatly among the licensees. For this reason, we have dedicated a separate volume to each licensee. This volume covers the peripheral programming of Texas Instruments (TI) ARM Tiva C series. Throughout the book, we use C language to program the Tiva C Series TM4C123G chip peripherals. We use TM4C123G LaunchPad(TM) Evaluation Kit which is based on ARM(R) Cortex(R)-M4F MCU. See our website for tutorials and support materials: http: //www.MicroDigitalEd.com/ARM/TI_ARM_books.htm 2) Who will use our ARM textbooks? The primary audience of our textbook on ARM is undergraduate and graduate engineering students in Electrical and Computer Engineering departments. We assume no background in microcontroller and embedded systems programming. It can also be used by embedded system programmers who want to move away from 8- and 16-bit legacy chips such as the 8051, AVR, PIC, and HCS08/12 family of microcontrollers to ARM. Designers of the x86-based systems wanting to design ARM-based embedded systems can also benefit from this series. See our website for other titles for ARM Programming and Embedded Systems: http: //www.MicroDigitalEd.com/ARM/ARM_books.htm
This book explores the world of microcontroller development through friendly lessons and progressively challenging projects, which will have you blink LEDs, make music with buzzers & interact with different sensors like accelerometers and temperature sensors. This book is focused on the MSP-EXP430G2 LaunchPad Evaluation Kit, which is a complete microcontroller development platform that includes everything you need to start creating microcontroller-based projects. Many of the 25+ projects will also leverage external components, such as the highly-integrated Educational BoosterPack, which is a modular extension to the LaunchPad and includes many components such as an RGB LED, character LCD & potentiometer. This book provides helpful guides that break down hardware circuits through visual diagrams and includes fully-commented code examples. Concepts are broken down and explained in an easy to follow language and analogies to help you understand the principles behind each project/system. The projects will encourage you to use and even combine the fundamental concepts to develop your ideas in creating new microcontroller solutions. Coverage includes: Digital Input/Output: buttons, LEDs, turning anything into a button Analog Input/Output: sensors, temperature, accelerometer, potentiometer, etc. Programming fundamentals: conditional branches & loops, flow, logic, number systems Pulse-Width Modulation (PWM): square wave, buzzer, analog signal simulation Serial Communication: UART, SPI & I2C Code development using Energia, a free, open-source code editor and compiler Debugging through serial communication with a computer Interfacing with external components such as LEDs, buzzers, potentiometers, sensors & more. With the help of this book, you will be challenged to think about developing your own unique microcontroller-based application, and you will be equipped to start solving various problems, adding intelligence to existing products, or even developing your own innovative creations with a LaunchPad development kit. Includes over 25 projects which focuses on a learn by doing approach Contains easy to follow diagrams and code examples Covers Programming fundamentals, such as conditional branches and loops, flow, logic, number systems
This book provides a thorough introduction to the Texas Instruments MPS432TM microcontroller. The MPS432 is a 32-bit processor with the ARM Cortex M4F architecture and a built-in floating point unit. At the core, the MSP432 features a 32-bit ARM Cortex-M4F CPU, a RISC-architecture processing unit that includes a built-in DSP engine and a floating point unit. As an extension of the ultra-low-power MSP microcontroller family, the MSP432 features ultra-low power consumption and integrated digital and analog hardware peripherals. The MSP432 is a new member to the MSP family. It provides for a seamless transition to applications requiring 32-bit processing at an operating frequency of up to 48 MHz. The processor may be programmed at a variety of levels with different programming languages including the user-friendly Energia rapid prototyping platform, in assembly language, and in C. A number of C programming options are also available to developers, starting with register-level access code where developers can directly configure the device's registers, to Driver Library, which provides a standardized set of application program interfaces (APIs) that enable software developers to quickly manipulate various peripherals available on the device. Even higher abstraction layers are also available, such as the extremely user-friendly Energia platform, that enables even beginners to quickly prototype an application on MSP432. The MSP432 LaunchPad is supported by a host of technical data, application notes, training modules, and software examples. All are encapsulated inside one handy package called MSPWare, available as both a stand-alone download package as well as on the TI Cloud development site: dev.ti.com The features of the MSP432 may be extended with a full line of BoosterPack plug-in modules. The MSP432 is also supported by a variety of third party modular sensors and software compiler companies. In the back, a thorough introduction to the MPS432 line of microcontrollers, programming techniques, and interface concepts are provided along with considerable tutorial information with many illustrated examples. Each chapter provides laboratory exercises to apply what has been presented in the chapter. The book is intended for an upper level undergraduate course in microcontrollers or mechatronics but may also be used as a reference for capstone design projects. Practicing engineers already familiar with another microcontroller, who require a quick tutorial on the microcontroller, will also find this book very useful. Finally, middle school and high school students will find the MSP432 highly approachable via the Energia rapid prototyping system.
Author: Jonathan W. Valvano
Release Date: 2015-06-04
This book is the first in a series of two books that teach the fundamentals of embedded systems as applied to the MSP432 of microcontroller. This first book is an introduction to computers and interfacing focusing on assembly language and C programming. The second book Embedded Systems: Real-Time Interfacing to the MSP432 Microcontroller focuses on hardware/software interfacing and the design of embedded systems. This first book is an introductory book that could be used at the college level with little or no prerequisites. An embedded system is a system that performs a specific task and has a computer embedded inside. A system is comprised of components and interfaces connected together for a common purpose. This book is an introduction to embedded systems. Specific topics include microcontrollers, fixed-point numbers, the design of software in assembly language and C, elementary data structures, programming input/output including interrupts, analog to digital conversion, digital to analog conversion. This book employs many approaches to learning. It will not include an exhaustive recapitulation of the information in data sheets. First, it begins with basic fundamentals, which allows the reader to solve new problems with new technology. Second, the book presents many detailed design examples. These examples illustrate the process of design. There are multiple structural components that assist learning. Checkpoints, with answers in the back, are short easy to answer questions providing immediate feedback while reading. Simple homework, with answers to the odd questions on the web, provides more detailed learning opportunities. The book includes an index and a glossary so that information can be searched. The most important learning experiences in a class like this are of course the laboratories. Each chapter has suggested lab assignments. More detailed lab descriptions are available on the web. Specifically for this volume, look at the lab assignments for EE319K. For Volume 2, refer to the EE445L labs. There is a web site accompanying this book http: //users.ece.utexas.edu/ valvano/arm. Posted here are ARM Keil uVision and Texas Instruments Code Composer Studio projects for each of the example programs in the book. You will also find data sheets and Excel spreadsheets relevant to the material in this book. The book will cover embedded systems for ARM Cortex-M microcontrollers with specific details on the MSP432.
This book aims to develop professional and practical microcontroller applications in the ARM-MDK environment with Texas Instruments MSP432P401R LaunchPad kits. It introduces ARM Cortex-M4 MCU by highlighting the most important elements, including: registers, pipelines, memory, and I/O ports. With the updated MSP432P401R Evaluation Board (EVB), MSP-EXP432P401R, this MCU provides various control functions with multiple peripherals to enable users to develop and build various modern control projects with rich control strategies. Micro-controller programming is approached with basic and straightforward programming codes to reduce learning curves, and furthermore to enable students to build embedded applications in more efficient and interesting ways. For authentic examples, 37 Class programming projects are built into the book that use MSP432P401R MCU. Additionally, approximately 40 Lab programming projects with MSP432P401R MCU are included to be assigned as homework.
This book provides a careful explanation of the basic areas of electronics and computer architecture, along with lots of examples, to demonstrate the interface, sensor design, programming and microcontroller peripheral setup necessary for embedded systems development. With no need for mechanical knowledge of robots, the book starts by demonstrating how to modify a simple radio-controlled car to create a basic robot. The fundamental electronics of the MSP430 are described, along with programming details in both C and assembly language, and full explanations of ports, timing, and data acquisition. Further chapters cover inexpensive ways to perform circuit simulation and prototyping. Key features include: Thorough treatment of the MSP430’s architecture and functionality along with detailed application-specific guidance Programming and the use of sensor technology to build an embedded system A learn-by-doing experience With this book you will learn: The basic theory for electronics design - Analog circuits - Digital logic - Computer arithmetic - Microcontroller programming How to design and build a working robot Assembly language and C programming How to develop your own high-performance embedded systems application using an on-going robotics application Teaches how to develop your own high-performance embedded systems application using an on-going robotics application Thorough treatment of the MSP430’s architecture and functionality along with detailed application-specific guidance Focuses on electronics, programming and the use of sensor technology to build an embedded system Covers assembly language and C programming
Author: Jonathan W. Valvano
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Release Date: 2011-01-01
Genre: Technology & Engineering
Embedded Microcomputer Systems: Real Time Interfacing provides an in-depth discussion of the design of real-time embedded systems using 9S12 microcontrollers. This book covers the hardware aspects of interfacing, advanced software topics (including interrupts), and a systems approach to typical embedded applications. This text stands out from other microcomputer systems books because of its balanced, in-depth treatment of both hardware and software issues important in real time embedded systems design. It features a wealth of detailed case studies that demonstrate basic concepts in the context of actual working examples of systems. It also features a unique simulation software package on the bound-in CD-ROM (called Test Execute and Simulate, or TExaS, for short) that provides a self-contained software environment for designing, writing, implementing, and testing both the hardware and software components of embedded systems. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Author: Muhammad Ali Mazidi
Release Date: 2016-08-12
Who uses ARM? Currently ARM CPU is licensed and produced by more than 200 companies and is the dominant CPU chip in both cell phones and tablets. Given its RISC architecture and powerful 32-bit instructions set, it can be used for both 8-bit and 32-bit embedded products. The ARM corp. has already defined the 64-bit instruction extension and for that reason many Laptop and Server manufactures are introducing ARM-based Laptop and Servers. Who will use our textbook? This book is intended for both academic and industry readers. If you are using this book for a university course, the support materials and tutorials can be found on www.MicroDigitalEd.com. This book covers the Assembly language programming of the ARM chip. The ARM Assembly language is standard regardless of who makes the chip. The ARM licensees are free to implement the on-chip peripheral (ADC, Timers, I/O, etc.) as they choose. Since the ARM peripherals are not standard among the various vendors, we have dedicated a separate book to each vendor.
Author: Steven F. Barrett
Publisher: Morgan & Claypool Publishers
Release Date: 2011-05-01
Genre: Technology & Engineering
This book provides a thorough introduction to the Texas Instruments MSP430 microcontroller. The MSP430 is a 16-bit reduced instruction set (RISC) processor that features ultra low power consumption and integrated digital and analog hardware. Variants of the MSP430 microcontroller have been in production since 1993. This provides for a host of MSP430 products including evaluation boards, compilers, and documentation. A thorough introduction to the MSP430 line of microcontrollers, programming techniques, and interface concepts are provided along with considerable tutorial information with many illustrated examples. Each chapter provides laboratory exercises to apply what has been presented in the chapter. The book is intended for an upper level undergraduate course in microcontrollers or mechatronics but may also be used as a reference for capstone design projects. Also, practicing engineers already familiar with another microcontroller, who require a quick tutorial on the microcontroller, will find this book very useful.
Author: Cem Unsalan
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
Release Date: 2017-12-08
Genre: Technology & Engineering
Develop and Deploy Powerful MSP432 Microcontroller Applications Bolster your electronics skills and learn to work with the cutting-edge MSP432 microcontroller using the practical information contained in this comprehensive guide. Programmable Microcontrollers: Applications on the MSP432 LaunchPad clearly explains each concept and features detailed illustrations, real-world examples, and DIY projects. Discover how to configure the MSP432, program custom functions, interface with external hardware, and communicate via WiFi. Ideal for practicing engineers and hobbyists alike, this hands-on guide empowers you to program all microcontrollers by thoroughly understanding the MSP432. Coverage includes: •MSP432 architecture •Code Composer Studio (CCS) •CCS Cloud and Energia •MSP432 programming with C and Assembly •Digital I/O •Exceptions and interrupts •Power management and timing operations •Mixed signal systems •Digital and wireless communication •Flash memory, RAM, and direct memory access •Real-time operating system •Advanced applications
Author: Jonathan W. Valvano
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release Date: 2016-11-14
Genre: Bluetooth technology
Welcome to Real-Time Bluetooth Networks - Shape the World. This book, now in its second printing December 2017, offers a format geared towards hands-on self-paced learning. The overarching goal is to give you the student an experience with real-time operating systems that is based on the design and development of a simplified RTOS that exercises all the fundamental concepts. To keep the discourse grounded in practice we have refrained from going too deep into any one topic. We believe this will equip the student with the knowledge necessary to explore more advanced topics on their own. In essence, we will teach you the skills of the trade, but mastery is the journey you will have to undertake on your own. An operating system (OS) is layer of software that sits on top of the hardware. It manages the hardware resources so that the applications have the illusion that they own the hardware all to themselves. A real-time system is one that not only gets the correct answer but gets the correct answer at the correct time. Design and development of an OS therefore requires both, understanding the underlying architecture in terms of the interface (instruction set architecture, ISA) it provides to the software, and organizing the software to exploit this interface and present it to user applications. The decisions made in effectively managing the underlying architecture becomes more crucial in real-time systems as the performance (specifically timing) demands go beyond simple logical correctness. The architecture we will focus on is the ARM ISA, which is a very popular architecture in the embedded device ecosystem where real-time systems proliferate. A quick introduction to the ISA will be followed by specifics of TI's offering of this ISA as the Tiva and MSP432 Launchpad microcontroller. To make the development truly compelling we need a target application that has real-time constraints and multi-threading needs. To that end you will incrementally build a personal fitness device with Bluetooth connectivity. The Bluetooth connectivity will expose you to the evolving domain of Internet-of-things (IoT) where our personal fitness device running a custom RTOS will interact with a smartphone.
Author: Ying Bai
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Release Date: 2015-12-01
This book covers both the fundamentals, as well as practical techniques in designing and building microcontrollers in industrial and commercial applications. Examples included in this book have been compiled, built, and tested Includes Both ARM® assembly and C codes Direct Register Access (DRA) model and the Software Driver (SD) model programming techniques and discussed If you are an instructor and adopted this book for your course, please email [email protected] to get access to the instructor files for this book.
Author: Muhammad Ali Mazidi
Release Date: 2016-10-15
The Freescale KL25Z is a popular ARM microcontroller designed and marketed by the Freescale, which is now part of NXP Corp. It comes with some powerful peripherals such as ADC, Timer, SPI, I2C, UART, and so on. Due to popularity of ARM architecture, many semiconductor design companies are moving away from proprietary architecture and adopting the ARM as the CPU of choice in all their designs. Why this book? Currently there is no other textbook for Freescale KL25Z microcontroller. This textbook covers the details of the KL25Z chip such as ADC, Timer, SPI, I2C and so on with ARM programs. It also includes the programs for interfacing of KL25Z to LCD, Serial COM port, DC motor, stepper motor, sensors, and graphics LCD. All the programs in the book are tested using Keil with KL25Z trainer board from Freescale. See the following link for our other books on ARM: http: //www.microdigitaled.com/ARM/ARM_books.htm
Author: Muhammad Ali Mazidi
Release Date: 2017-02-09
Why Atmel ARM? The AVR is the most popular 8-bit microcontroller designed and marketed by the Atmel (now part of Microchip). Due to the popularity of ARM architecture, many semiconductor design companies are adopting the ARM as the CPU of choice in all their designs. This is the case with Atmel ARM. The Atmel SAM D is a Cortex M0+ chip. A major feature of the Atmel SAM D is its lower power consumption which makes it an ideal microcontroller for use in designing low power devices with IoT. It is an attempt to "bring Atmel AVR Ease-of-Use to ARM Cortex M0+ Based Microcontrollers." Why this book? We have a very popular AVR book widely used by many universities. This book attempts to help students and practicing engineers to move from AVR to ARM programming. It shows programming for interfacing of Atmel ARM SAM D to LCD, Serial COM port, DC motor, stepper motor, sensors, and graphics LCD. It also covers the detailed programming of Interrupts, ADC, DAC, and Timer features of Atmel ARM SAM D21 chip. All the programs in this book are tested using the SAM D21 trainer board with Keil and Atmel Studio IDE compiler. It must be noted that while Arduino Uno uses the Atmel 8-bit AVR microcontroller, the Arduino Zero uses the Atmel ARM SAMD21 chip. See our website: www.MicroDigitalEd.com