Restrictions of use, and Table of Contents
For practical implementations only, basic requirements are very simple: just a 15 USD USB/RS232 cable adapter.
Little IT history, to start
First part, Hardware Design, is really nice and easy to work with
A brief introduction chapter about working with electronic components (digital and analog)
The hardware work is divided into a few, elementarily simple, “hardware modules”, and each is explained in minute details
When all basic hardware modules are linked together, they may look fairly complex; however, that is only for the untrained eyes
Firmware Design part
For practical implementations, the firmware/software workbench setup is thoroughly explained
In Firmware, the code-work is also divided into a few elementary, basic, firmware modules, and they are explained line-by-line
In Software Design part things are only a bit more complex, as the software work is developed in parallel with firmware
However, the accent is also on the most simple (though perfectly efficient) programming techniques
Firmware is developed in parallel with software
A few hard/firm/soft communication techniques are implemented in project LHFSD5, and they are the essence of simplicity!
In LHFSD5, all development work is simple, and even fun to trouble with it
Complexity is the result of aggregate development (of summing up many simple modules)
Final project is Graph Trace: an oscilloscope-like application
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