Curator - David G. Larsen


ISBN: 0-672-21836-4

Authors: John M. Holland

Publisher: Howard W. Sams & Co., Inc.
4300 West 62nd St.
Indianapolis, IN 46268

Copyright: 1982


For anyone interested in robotics and computer control, here is a very practical, useful book-a collection of design techniques and actual circuits that can be used or adapted to virtually any situation where computer control is needed. It will lead to a solution in almost any design or maintenance problem you encounter in programming or interfacing 6502-based control systems with the analog world. The techniques and circuits in this handbook center around the 6502 "family", a group of microprocessors proven eminently suitable, both economically and technically, for a wide variety of applications. Thoroughly covered are input and output port design, serial communications, timing and timers, A/D and D/a conversion, data acquisition, and closed-loop control. Especially valuable will be the tips on eliminating useful information on the architecture of the 6502. If you're involved in the design or maintenance of system computer controls-or would like to be-there's no question that this book could be a valuable aid. it is designed to spark creativity in those who would effectively program a 6502-based control system and interface it with the outside world. Though offering advanced solutions to some rather complex and perplexing problems, it is written in an easy-to-understand manner, with clear explanations of circuit applications and operation for those looking for new ideas. The future in computer-controlled systems and equipment is virtually unlimited for the imaginative and innovative!

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