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Programming the Propeller with Spin: A Beginner's Guide US$39.95

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Programming the Propeller with Spin: A Beginner\'s Guide

The 368-page Programming the Propeller with Spin: A Beginner's Guide to Parallel Processing, by Harprit Singh Sandhu, walks you through the essential skills you need to build and control devices using the Propeller chip and its parallel processing environment. Find out how to use each of the identical 32-bit processors, known as cogs, and make the eight cogs interact with each other effectively. The book covers Propeller hardware and software setup, memory, and the Spin language.

Propeller Beginner's Guide Book Contents

  • Chapter 1. A General Introduction to the Propeller Chip
  • Chapter 2. The Propeller Chip: An Overall Description
  • Chapter 3. The Hardware Setup
  • Chapter 4. Software Setup: The Propeller "Tool" Environment
  • Chapter 5. The Various Propeller Memories
  • Chapter 6. The How and Why of Shared Memory
  • Chapter 7. Understanding One Cog
  • Chapter 8. The Eight Cogs
  • Chapter 9. Special Terms and Ideas
  • Chapter 10. The Spin Language
  • Chapter 11. Tasks Suited to Parallel Processing
  • Chapter 12. General Discussion of Input/Output
  • Chapter 13. Binary Pulsing
  • Chapter 14. Setting Up a 16-Character-by-2-Line Liquid Crystal Display
  • Chapter 15. Binary Input and Output: Reading a Switch and Turning on an LED if Switch is Closed
  • Chapter 16. Reading a Potentiometer: Creating an Input We Can Vary in Real Time
  • Chapter 17. Creating and Reading Frequencies
  • Chapter 18. Reading and Creating Pulses
  • Chapter 19. Seven Segment Displays: Displaying Numbers with Seven-Segment LED Displays
  • Chapter 20. The Metronomes
  • Chapter 21. Understanding a 16-Character-by-2-Line LCD Display
  • Chapter 22. Running Motors: A Preliminary Discussion
  • Chapter 23. Motor Amplifiers for Small Motors
  • Chapter 24. Controlling R/C Hobby Servos
  • Chapter 25. Controlling a Small DC Motor
  • Chapter 26. Running a Stepper Motor: Bipolar, Four-Wire Motors
  • Chapter 27. Gravity Sensor Based Auto-Leveling Table
  • Chapter 28. Running DC Motors with Attached Incremental Encoders
  • Chapter 29. Running Small AC Motors: Controlling Inductive Loads

Hundreds of lines of ready-to-run documented Spin code can be downloaded from the McGraw-Hill Computing Downloads Site (use your browser's search function to find the word Spin).


This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 13 June, 2012.

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