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AVR Microcontroller and Embedded Systems by ALI MAZIDI

Register now. Quick search: This issue This series All series. Steven F. Abstract This textbook provides practicing scientists and engineers an advanced treatment of the Atmel AVR microcontroller.

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Pack , Steven F. Synthesis Lectures on Digital Circuits and Systems Online publication date: Third Edition.

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Part II. Synthesis Lectures on Digital Circuits and Systems 5: Part I. Quick Links. We will start by having you get a simple microcontroller circuit operating with a simple menu program that interacts with external devices. As we move through various microcontroller subsystems, we will continue to add features to the testbench. You can then use this testbench to adapt to other applications.

Therefore, our treatment of each topic will provide a short theory section followed by a description of the related microcontroller subsystem with accompanying hardware and software to exercise the subsystem. In all examples, we will use the C programming language.

We thank Joel Claypool and John Enderle for inviting us to participate in their efforts to develop a series of short tutorial textbooks on select engineering topics. We also thank Atmel and ImageCraft for their permission to use their copyrighted material and screenshots throughout the text. We especially thank Helen Perlegos of Atmel for her assistance is securing appropriate permission to use Atmel material within the text.

Most of all, we thank our families. We acknowledge our parents. Finally, our work could not have come to fruition without the sacrifices of our family members: Cindy, Heidi, Heather, Jon R.

Embedded Systems Design with the Atmel AVR Microcontroller: Part II

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Serial Communication Subsystem. Analog-to-Digital Conversion. Interrupt Subsystem. Timing Subsystem. ATmega16 Register Set. ATmega16 Header File. A brief introduction is warranted because we will be programming mainly in C throughout the course of the book. We then provide a detailed description of the ATmega16 hardware architecture.

Microcontroller operation is controlled by a user-written program interacting with the fixed hardware architecture resident within the microcontroller. A specific microcontroller architecture can be categorized as accumulator-based, register-based, stack-based, or a pipeline architecture.

AVR Microcontroller and Embedded Systems by ALI MAZIDI

The Atmel ATmega16 is a register-based architecture. In this type of architecture, both operands of an operation are stored in registers collocated with the central processing unit CPU. This means that before an operation is performed, the computer loads all necessary data for the operation to its CPU.

The result of the operation is also stored in a register. During program execution, the CPU interacts with the register set and minimizes slower memory accesses. Memory accesses are typically handled as background operations.

A RISC processor is equipped with a complement of very simple and efficient basic operations.

More complex instructions are built up from these very basic operations. This allows for efficient program operation. Most can be executed in a single clock cycle.

The ATmega16 is also equipped with additional hardware to allow for the multiplication operation in two clock cycles. In many other microcontroller architectures, multiplication typically requires many more clock cycles.

Also, the processor is designed following the Harvard Architecture format. That is, it is equipped with separate, dedicated memories and buses for program and data information. The register-based Harvard Architecture coupled with the RISC-based instruction set allows for fast and efficient program execution and allows the processor to complete an assembly language instruction every clock cycle.

Atmel indicates the ATmega16 can execute 16 million instructions per second when operating at a clock speed of 16 MHz. A large number of instructions provide flexibility but require more complex hardware.

Thus, an instruction set is unique for a given hardware and cannot be used with another hardware configuration. Atmel has equipped the ATmega16 with different instructions.

For the most efficient and fast execution of a given microcontroller, assembly language should be used. To effectively use the assembly language, the programmer must be thoroughly familiar with the low-level architecture details of the controller. Furthermore, the learning curve for a given assembly language is quite steep and lessons learned do not always transfer to another microcontroller. We will program the Atmel ATmega16 using the C language throughout the text.

The C programming language allows for direct control of microcontroller hardware at the register level while being portable to other microcontrollers in the AVR line.

When a C program is compiled during the software development process, the program is first converted to assembly language and then to the machine code for the specific microcontroller. We must emphasize that programming in C is not better than assembly language or vice versa. Both approaches have their inherent advantages and disadvantages.

We have chosen to use C in this textbook for the reasons previously discussed.

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The ATmega16 also contains a timer subsystem, an analog-to-digital converter ADC , an interrupt subsystem, memory components, and a communication subsystem.Before returning from the routine, the data direction of the LCD data port is set to input again, the control lines stay outputs. The only thing to watch out for is the data direction for each pin, as control and data lines share the same port.

The first Prepared by: Technology Partner - Atypon Systems, Inc. Atmel has application notes and code pertaining to many bus interfaces.

The CPU communicates with these components, reads from them or writes to them, e. Also, should a program require a large table of constants, it may be included as a global variable within a program and programmed into flash EEPROM with the rest of the program. Synthesis Lectures on Digital Circuits and Systems 7: A RISC processor is equipped with a complement of very simple and efficient basic operations.

If you can live with less than bit resolution, you can reduce the conversion time by increasing the ADC clock frequency.

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