Designing Mobile Robot Interfaces with 16-bit Microchip Microcontrollers
Title: Designing Mobile Robot Interfaces with 16-bit Microchip Microcontrollers
Author: Ahmet Bindal
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This textbook provides semester-length coverage of the basics of embedded programming to develop robotics-related projects. The author avoids the typical, theoretical approach of teaching students to develop embedded software using formal methods, in order to emphasize practical and fun projects. Every project detail is explained, including the overall system architecture, working principles of each peripheral device, program development to integrate each peripheral to the system, how to configure the processor, functionality check, operating system, and even developing front-end electronics for some sensors which do not have digital interface.
This book is written for senior-level undergraduate students and young engineers to capture the basics of register-based, embedded microcontroller programming specifically to develop robotics-related projects. The manuscript mostly concentrates on robotic interfaces and supporting firmware that enable the reader to integrate these programs into building an autonomous robot. Every interface program is explained in detail, including how the peripheral hardware works, how to configure and set up the device registers in a 16-bit Microchip microcontroller, and how to program the peripheral registers to achieve a working interface.
Although this book is written for the 16-bit Microchip processors, specifically for dspic33fj128mc802/804, the principles can also be applied to all 8-bit and 32-bit Microchip microcontrollers.
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