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Microcontroller Theory and Applications: HC12 and S12, 2nd edition

  • Daniel J Pack
  • Steven F Barrett

Published by Pearson (September 20th 2007) - Copyright © 2008

2nd edition

Microcontroller Theory and Applications: HC12 and S12

ISBN-13: 9780136152057

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This book provides readers with fundamental assembly language programming skills, an understanding of the functional hardware components of a microcontroller, and skills to interface a variety of external devices with microcontrollers. KEY TOPICS: Chapter topics cover an introduction to the 68HC12, 68HC12 assembly language programming, advanced assembly programming, fuzzy logic, hardware configuration, exception—resets and interrupts, the 68HC12 clock module and standard timer module (TIM), the 68HC12 memory system, analog-to-digital (ATD) converter, and 68HC12 communications system—multiple serial interface. MARKET: For electrical and computer engineers.



Table of contents




1 Introduction To The HC 12 Microcontrollers

   1.1  Brief History of Computers

   1.2  Computers and Embedded Controllers

   1.3  Applications of Embedded Controllers

   1.4  Overview of the HC12

            1.4.1  Software Instruction Set

           1.4.2  Hardware

   1.5  Overview of the S12

           1.5.1  Software Instruction Set

           1.5.2  Hardware

   1.6  Summary

   1.7 Further Reading


2  HC12 And S12 Assembly Language Programming

   2.1  Programmer’s Model

   2.2  Freescale Assembly Language

   2.3  Instruction Execution Cycle

   2.4  Instruction Set

           2.4.1  Data Transfer and Manipulation Instructions

           2.4.2  Arithmetic Operations

           2.4.3  Logical and Bit Operations

           2.4.4  Data Test Instructions

           2.4.5  Optional: Fuzzy Logic Instructions

   2.5  Addressing Modes

          2.5.1  Inherent Addressing Mode

          2.5.2  Immediate Addressing Mode

          2.5.3  Direct Addressing Mode

          2.5.4  Extended Addressing Mode

          2.5.5  Index Addressing Mode

          2.5.6  Relative Addressing Mode

   2.6  Branch Instructions

   2.7  Directives (pseudo-op code) and a Good Programming Approach

          2.7.1  Directives

          2.7.2  A Good Programming Approach

   2.8  Laboratory Applications

   2.9  Summary

   2.10 Chapter Problems


3 Advanced Assembly Programming

   3.1  Assembly Process

   3.2  Loops

   3.3  Stack


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