Arduino is an open-source electronics platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software while LabVIEW is a graphical programming telling how to connect functions and work with a variety of datatypes when constructing applications.This book will help beginners to get started with Arduino-based embedded systems including essential know-how of the programming and interfacing of the devices. Book includes programming and simulation of Arduino-based projects and interfacing with LabVIEW, based on practical case studies. The book comprises of total twenty five chapters with description, working model of LabVIEW and programming with Arduino IDE.
Arduino and Scilab based Projects provides information ranging from the basics to advanced knowledge of Arduino and its interfacing with input/output devices (display devices, actuators, sensors), communication modules (RF modem, Zigbee) and Scilab. It also provides embedded system based on Arduino with simulation, programming and interfacing with Scilab, Arduino interfacing with Scilab with and without Arduino 1.1 packages. Chapters are arranged in an easy-to-understand sequence that enhances the learning experience for readers. Descriptions of real time project prototypes with programming and simulation of Arduino and Scilab.
The AVR microcontroller from Atmel (now Microchip) is one of the most widely used 8-bit microcontrollers. Arduino Uno is based on AVR microcontroller. It is inexpensive and widely available around the world. This book combines the two. In this book, the authors use a step-by-step and systematic approach to show the programming of the AVR chip. Examples in both Assembly language and C show how to program many of the AVR features, such as timers, serial communication, ADC, SPI, I2C, and PWM. The text is organized into two parts: 1) The first 6 chapters use Assembly language programming to examine the internal architecture of the AVR. 2) Chapters 7-18 uses both Assembly and C to show the AVR peripherals and I/O interfacing to real-world devices such as LCD, motor, and sensor. The first edition of this book published by Pearson used ATmega32. It is still available for purchase from Amazon. This new edition is based on Atmega328 and the Arduino Uno board. The appendices, source codes, tutorials and support materials for both books are available on the following websites: http: //www.NicerLand.com/ and http: //www.MicroDigitalEd.com/AVR/AVR_books.htm
In this DIY guide, you will learn how to use Arduino – the open-source hardware board for makers, hobbyists, and inventors. You will learn how to develop your own projects, create prototypes, and produce professional-quality embedded systems. A simple step-by-step demonstration system accompanies you from vision to reality – and just like riding a bike, you’ll get better at it, the more you do it. Featuring a wealth of detailed diagrams and more than 50 fully functional examples, this book will help you get the most out of this versatile tool and bring your electronic inventions to life.
Using ANSI C and the Arduino Development Environment
Author: David Russell
Publisher: Morgan & Claypool Publishers
Category: Technology & Engineering
Many electrical and computer engineering projects involve some kind of embedded system in which a microcontroller sits at the center as the primary source of control. The recently-developed Arduino development platform includes an inexpensive hardware development board hosting an eight-bit ATMEL ATmega-family processor and a Java-based software-development environment. These features allow an embedded systems beginner the ability to focus their attention on learning how to write embedded software instead of wasting time overcoming the engineering CAD tools learning curve. The goal of this text is to introduce fundamental methods for creating embedded software in general, with a focus on ANSI C. The Arduino development platform provides a great means for accomplishing this task. As such, this work presents embedded software development using 100% ANSI C for the Arduino's ATmega328P processor. We deviate from using the Arduino-specific Wiring libraries in an attempt to provide the most general embedded methods. In this way, the reader will acquire essential knowledge necessary for work on future projects involving other processors. Particular attention is paid to the notorious issue of using C pointers in order to gain direct access to microprocessor registers, which ultimately allow control over all peripheral interfacing. Table of Contents: Introduction / ANSI C / Introduction to Arduino / Embedded Debugging / ATmega328P Architecture / General-Purpose Input/Output / Timer Ports / Analog Input Ports / Interrupt Processing / Serial Communications / Assembly Language / Non-volatile Memory
Create your own LoRa wireless projects for non-industrial use and gain a strong basic understanding of the LoRa technology, LoRa WAN, and LPWAN. You'll start by building your first LoRa wireless channel and then move on to various interesting projects such as setting up networks with a LoRa gateway, communicating with IoT servers using RESTful API and MQTT protocol, and real-time GPS tracking. With LoRa wireless and LoRaWAN, you can build a wide array of applications in the area of smart agriculture, smart cities, smart environment, smart healthcare, smart homes and buildings, smart industrial control, smart metering, smart supply chain and logistics. Beginning LoRa Radio Networks with Arduino provides a practical introduction and uses affordable and easy to obtain hardware to build projects with the Arduino development environment. What You’ll Learn Understand the hardware need to build LoRaWAN Use the Arduino development environment to write code Connect to Arduino hardware and upload programs and communicate with them Setup networks with LoRa gateway Show real time track with tail, and path history Who This Book Is For Inventors, hackers, crafters, students, hobbyists, and scientists
This book is about the Arduino microcontroller and the Arduino concept. The visionary Arduino team of Massimo Banzi, David Cuartielles, Tom Igoe, Gianluca Martino, and David Mellis launched a new innovation in microcontroller hardware in 2005, the concept of open source hardware. Their approach was to openly share details of microcontroller-based hardware design platforms to stimulate the sharing of ideas and promote innovation. This concept has been popular in the software world for many years. This book is intended for a wide variety of audiences including students of the fine arts, middle and senior high school students, engineering design students, and practicing scientists and engineers. To meet this wide audience, the book has been divided into sections to satisfy the need of each reader. The book contains many software and hardware examples to assist the reader in developing a wide variety of systems. For the examples, the Arduino UNO R3 and the Atmel ATmega328 is employed as the target processor. The second edition has been updated with the latest on the Arduino UNO R3 processor, changes to the Arduino Development Environment and several extended examples. Table of Contents: Getting Started / Programming / Embedded Systems Design / Serial Communication Subsystem / Analog to Digital Conversion (ADC) / Interrupt Subsystem / Timing Subsystem / Atmel AVR Operating Parameters and Interfacing
Build simple yet amazing robotics projects using ESP8266 About This Book Get familiar with ESP8266 and its features. Build Wi-FI controlled robots using ESP8266 A project based book that will use the ESP8266 board and some of its popular variations to build robots. Who This Book Is For This book is targeted at enthusiasts who are interested in developing low-cost robotics projects using ESP8266. A basic knowledge of programming will be useful but everything you need to know is are covered in the book. What You Will Learn Build a basic robot with the original ESP8266, Arduino UNO, and a motor driver board. Make a Mini Round Robot with ESP8266 HUZZAH Modify your Mini Round Robot by integrating encoders with motors Use the Zumo chassis kit to build a line-following robot by connecting line sensors Control your Romi Robot with Wiimote Build a Mini Robot Rover chassis with a gripper and control it through Wi-Fi Make a robot that can take pictures In Detail The ESP8266 Wi-Fi module is a self-contained SOC with an integrated TCP/IP protocol stack and can give any microcontroller access to your Wi-Fi network. It has a powerful processing and storage capability and also supports application hosting and Wi-Fi networking. This book is all about robotics projects based on the original ESP8266 microcontroller board and some variants of ESP8266 boards. It starts by showing all the necessary things that you need to build your development environment with basic hardware and software components. The book uses the original ESP8266 board and some variants such as the Adafruit HUZZAH ESP8266 and the Adafruit Feather HUZZAH ESP8266 . You will learn how to use different type of chassis kits, motors, motor drivers, power supplies, distribution boards, sensors, and actuators to build robotics projects that can be controlled via Wi-Fi. In addition, you will learn how to use line sensors, the ArduiCam, Wii Remote, wheel encoders, and the Gripper kit to build more specialized robots. By the end of this book, you will have built a Wi-Fi control robot using ESP8266. Style and approach A project-based guide that will help you build exciting robotics using ESP8266.
Many systems today use the C programming language as it is available for most computers This book looks at how to produce C programs to execute on a PC or a MAC computer. It also looks at the Arduino UNO micro controller and describes how to write C programs usng the Arduino 'wired' C functions as well as using standard ANSI C with direct access to the micro controller registers of the Ardunio UNO. This can lead to improved efficiency of the programs. Most of the Hardware available in the Arduino micro controller is described, and programs provided showing how to control and use them. There is a chapter on how to create your own programs and also how to change a program created to execute on the Arduino so that it can run on a different micro controller, such as the Microchip PIC. This allows the Arduino to be used as a rapid prototype system. The book also contains many working program examples with additional workshop exercises for the reader to study.