The Firmware Handbook is a comprehensive reference for firmware developers seeking to increase their skills and productivity. It addresses each critical step of the development process in detail, including how to optimize hardware design for better firmware.
Topics covered include:
- Real-time issues
- Interrupts and ISRs
- Memory management (including Flash memory)
- Handling digital and analog peripherals
- Communications interfacing
- Math subroutines
- Error handling
- Design tools
- Troubleshooting and debugging
The companion CD-ROM includes all the code used in the design examples and a searchable electronic version of the text.
This book is not for the beginner. Instead it is an in-depth, comprehensive one-volume reference that addresses all the major issues in firmware design and development, including the pertinent hardware issues.
Paperback; 300 pages