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Electrical and Computer Engineering

College of Engineering and Applied Science

68HC12

Daniel J. Pack, Ph.D., P.E. - United States Air Force Academy, CO
Steven F. Barrett, Ph.D., P.E. - The University of Wyoming

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The purpose of this website is to provide supplemental instructional information on the two textbooks co-written by Daniel Pack and Steven Barrett.

  • "68HC12 Microcontroller: Theory and Applications," Prentice-Hall Inc, 2002, ISBN: 0-13-033776-5
  • "Embedded Systems Design and Applications with the 68HC12 and HCS12," Prentice-Hall Inc, 2005, ISBN: 0-13-140141-6
  • "Microcontroller Theory and Application: 68HC12 and HCS12", 2nd edition, Daniel Pack and Steven Barrett, Pearson Prentice-Hall Inc, 2008,ISBN-13:978-0-13-615205-7

For each textbook we provide errata information, additional instructional source material, and information for instructors to obtain the solutions manual.

 

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68HC12 Microcontroller: Theory and Applications 

  • Instructors Only:  Solutions manual available upon request from Prentice-Hall, ISBN: 0-13-033777-3

 

  • Errata information - We have made every effort to catch typos, mistakes, etc. prior to publication of the textbook.  However, errors have made it to print.  Here is a list of current known errors.  (errata 1)  
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    • Please contact us (steveb@uwyo.edu) if you discover additional errors.  We will add your errata to the master list.
  • Additional instructional source material:

Embedded Systems Design and Applications with the 68HC12 and HCS12

 

  • Textbook Appendices- Appendices are available from Prentice Hall
    • Appendix A: 68HC12 and HCS12 Assembly Instruction Set

       

    • Appendix B: 68HC12 Register Set
    • Appendix C: HCS12 Register Set
    • Appendix D: ImageCraft ICC12 header files


  • Instructors Only:  Solutions manual available upon request from Steve Barrett at steveb@uwyo.edu
  • Errata information - We have made every effort to catch typos, mistakes, etc. prior to publication of the textbook.  However, errors have made it to print.  Here is a list of current known errors.  (errata 2)
  •  
    • Please contact us (steveb@uwyo.edu) if you discover additional errors.  We will add your errata to the master list.
  • Additional instructional source material:
  • Sample syllabus
    • EE4800/EE5880Embedded Systems Design Syllabus
    • EE4800/EE5880Real Time Embedded Systems Syllabus
      • Laboratory Exercises-EE4800/EE5880 Embedded Systems Design-lab handouts and solutions are available upon request from steveb@uwyo.edu
        • Lab 1: Introduction to the 68HC12 Laboratory EVB
        • Lab 2: Remote Weather Station
        • Lab 3: Interrupts
        • Lab 4: Multiple Interrupts
        • Lab 5: Measuring the Gravitational Constant
        • Lab 6: Logic Analyzers
        • Lab 7: Remote Weather Station II
        • Lab 8: Motor Speed Control
      • Lecture Slides - EE4800/EE5880 Embedded Systems Design
        • Lesson 1: Course overview, introduction to embedded systems Intro
        • Lesson 2: Structured Design, Documentation, Lab Notebooks Structured Design
        • Lessons 3-4: C Programming Skills for Microcontrollers - Quick Review C Review
        • Lessons 5-6: Microcontroller Systems Review - Quick Review HW OVW
        • Lesson 7-8: Logic Analyzers LOGICANL
        • Lessons 9-12: Interrupts, Interrupt Programming, RTI, Multiple Interrupts Interrupts
        • Lessons 13-15: Input/Output IN-N-OUT
        • Lessons 16-17: Real World Design Issues REALWORLD
        • Lesson 18: Exam 1
        • Lessons 19-22: Memory Expansion Memory Expansion
        • Lesson 23-24: Case Study 1: Wall-following Robot System Systems
        • Lessons 25-26: Case Study 2: Laser Light Show Systems
        • Lesson 27: Exam 2
        • Lesson 28-29: Case Study 3: Laser Light Show Systems
      • Laboratory Exercises-EE4800/EE5880 Real Time Embedded Systems-lab handouts and solutions are available upon request from steveb@uwyo.edu
        • Lab 1: Introduction to the HCS12 Minidragon
        • Lab 2: Robot Vision
        • Lab 3: Robot Motor Speed Control
        • Lab 4: Robot Operating System I - polling
        • Lab 5: Robot Operating System II - interrupts
        • Lab 6: Robot Operating System III - polling with interrupts
        • Lab 7: Communications - msCAN and LCDs
        • Lab 8: Robot Operating Systems IV - fuzzy logic
      • Laboratory Exercises-EE4800/EE5880 Real Time Embedded Systems-lab handouts and solutions are available upon request from steveb@uwyo.edu
        • Lesson 1: Course overview, introduction to real time embedded systemse Intro
        • Lesson 2: Structured Design, Documentation, Lab Notebooks Structured Design
        • Lessons 3-4: Microcontroller Systems Review - Quick Review HW OVW
        • Lessons 5-6: Interrupts, Interrupt Programming, RTI, Multiple Interrupts Interrupts
        • Lessons 7-8: Input/Output Interfacing Concepts IN-N-OUT
        • Lessons 9-14: Real Time Operating Systems RTOS
        • Lessons 15-17: msCAN MSCAN
        • Lesson 18: Exam 1
        • Lessons 19-20: msCAN (continued)
        • Lessons 21-24: Fuzzy Logic Fuzzy Logic
        • Lessons 25-26: Robot Maze Competition
        • Lesson 27: I2C Interface (slides not available yet)
        • Lesson 28: Exam 2
        • Lesson 29-30: I2C Interface
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Microcontroller Theory and Application: HC12 and S12, 2nd Edition

 

  • Instructors Only:For s12 versions of the laboratory exercises with solutions, contact Steve Barrett at steveb@uwyo.edu

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