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Architecture and Programming of 8051 Microcontrollers

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Architecture and Programming of 8051 Microcontrollers
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Publisher: mikroElektronika
Number of pages: 115

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Learn in a quick and easy way to program 8051 microcontroller using many practical examples we have provided for you. Despite its relative old age, 8051 is still the most commonly used microcontroller at present. The book contains details of its architecture and many practical examples, both simple and complex, useful program routines, instructions on handling the programmer for Atmel 51 series, and the guide on using the development systems for Atmel microcontrollers.

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