Hello all!!

Assembler users

Can anyone help me starting with embedded programming
or take me to the right direction. So i can start

thanx to all
Posted on 2010-02-08 08:57:46 by aloksaini
Embedded systems is a general terms desbribing VERY broad amount of topics. Please be more precise ^^
Posted on 2010-02-08 10:27:52 by ti_mo_n
just to develop a hardware and installing software on it
Posted on 2010-02-09 04:44:06 by aloksaini
What kind of hardware? What kind of software? You haven't really narrowed the field :)
Posted on 2010-02-09 05:02:30 by f0dder

sry i couldnt help myself :P
Posted on 2010-02-09 23:32:48 by Homer
For someone just starting out, I would recommend low-end embedded systems - basically learning to program a low-end microcontroller, adding simple hardware to it.

There are a number of choices for microcontrollers, PICs (by Microchip), Atmels, 8051 derivatives (by Atmel, Cypress, and many others).

To add circuitry without a lot of guessing, brush up on Ohm's Law. Learn how various components work, and the importance of the various parameters that appear on data sheets.

Or get a starter or evaluation board, which has switches, lights, and other components already on it. Start by writing a program to blink an LED.

As an example, there are a number of boards, based on the PIC line of microcontrollers, available at blueroomelectronics. You can get support by following the links on that site.
Posted on 2010-02-14 18:45:24 by tenkey
thanx for the info
Posted on 2010-02-19 03:37:06 by aloksaini