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Mastering Microcontrollers - Helped By Arduino

Arduino boards have become hugely successful. They are simple to use and inexpensive. This e-book will not only familiarize you with the world of Arduino but it will also teach you how to program microcontrollers in general.

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Arduino boards have become hugely successful. They are simple to use and inexpensive. This book will not only familiarize you with the world of Arduino but it will also teach you how to program microcontrollers in general. In this book theory is put into practice on an Arduino board using the Arduino programming environment. 

The author, an Elektor Expert, provides the reader with the basic theoretical knowledge necessary to program any microcontroller: inputs and outputs (analog and digital), interrupts, communication busses (RS-232, SPI, I²C, 1-wire, SMBus, etc.), timers, and much more. The programs and sketches presented in the book show how to use various common electronic components: matrix keyboards, displays (LED, alphanumeric and graphic color LCD), motors, sensors (temperature, pressure, humidity, sound, light, and infrared), rotary encoders, piezo buzzers, pushbuttons, relays, etc.  This book will be your first book about microcontrollers with a happy ending!

This book is for you if you are a beginner in microcontrollers, an Arduino user (hobbyist, tinkerer, artist, etc.) wishing to deepen your knowledge,an Electronics Graduate under Undergraduate student or a teacher looking for ideas.

Thanks to Arduino the implementation of the presented concepts is simple and fun. Some of the proposed projects are very original:

  • Money Game
  • Misophone (a musical fork)
  • Car GPS Scrambler
  • Weather Station
  • DCF77 Decoder
  • Illegal Time Transmitter
  • Infrared Remote Manipulator
  • Annoying Sound Generator
  • Italian Horn Alarm
  • Overheating Detector
  • PID Controller
  • Data Logger
  • SVG File Oscilloscope
  • 6-Channel Voltmeter

All projects and code examples in this book have been tried and tested on an Arduino Uno board. They should also work with the Arduino Mega and every other compatible board that exposes the Arduino shield extension connectors.

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Addendum

In the figures 2 (page 221) and 3 (page 231) of chapter 9 the numbering of the power pins of the DCF77 module is inverted. Pin 1 should be GND, pin 2 should be VCC. You can download the corrected illustrations here:

 About the author:

Clemens Valens, born in the Netherlands, lives in France since 1997. Manager at Elektor Labs and Webmaster of Elektor.Labs, in love with electronics, he develops microcontroller systems for fun, and sometimes for his employer too. Polyglot—he is fluent in C, C++, PASCAL, BASIC and several assembler dialects—Clemens spends most of his time on his computer while his wife, their two children and two cats try to attract his attention (only the cats succeed). Visit the author’s website: www.polyvalens.com.


Authentic testimony of Hervé M., one of the first readers of the book:

"I almost cried with joy when this book made me understand things in only three sentences that seemed previously completely impenetrable."

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