Free electronic books :

Art Of Assembly Language by Randall Hyde

Thinking in Java by Bruce Eckel




Thinking in C++ by Bruce Eckel




Handbook Of Applied Cryptography by Alfred J. Menezes, Paul C. van Oorschot and Scott A. Vanstone
Cryptography, in particular public-key cryptography, has emerged in the last 20 years as an important discipline that is not only the subject of an enormous amount of research, but provides the foundation for information security in many applications. Standards are emerging to meet the demands for cryptographic protection in most areas of data communications. Public-key cryptographic techniques are now in widespread use, especially in the financial services industry, in the public sector, and by individuals for their personal privacy, such as in electronic mail. This Handbook will serve as a valuable reference for the novice as well as for the expert who needs a wider scope of coverage within the area of cryptography. It is a necessary and timely guide for professionals who practice the art of cryptography.



Other Books :

The Art of Programming Embedded Systems By Jack G. Ganssle
Embedded systems are products such as microwave ovens, medical instruments, automobiles, weapon-guidance systems, toys, and all other items that rely on an internal microprocessor. Sometimes in this embedded systems world, the line between hardware and software design can become fuzzy. The Art of Programming Embedded Systems clarifies this question by offering a new philosophy for practicing programmers faced with designing, writing and debugging code for smaller embedded systems. The first book of its kind, it is of valuable interest to all hardware and software engineers responsible for the design and development of embedded systems. It also includes several helpful tips and offers practical solutions to the most common embedded problems. This book will serve as a compendium of information that is often needed but seldom immediately at hand, giving routines, algorithms, and design techniques in an easy-to-read cookbook form.

Contents: Initial Considerations. Elegant Structures. Design for Debugging. Design for Test. Memory Management. Approximations. Interrupt Management. Real Time Operating Systems. Signal Sampling and Smoothing. A Final Perspective. Appendices: Magazine List. File Formats. Serial Communications.

Visit Jack Ganssle's web site for many articles related to embedded systems and more...

Parallel Port Complete By Jan Axelson
Virtually every PC has a parallel port that serves as a printer interface. But you can use the parallel port for much more than this, including interfacing to control circuits, data-acquisition devices, and instrumentation. Parallel Port Complete is a complete guide to using and programming the PC's parallel port. The topics include:

  • Basic reading and writing to the original Centronics-type port and PS/2-type bidirectional ports
  • How to use the new enhanced (EPP) and extended-capabilities (ECP) modes
  • What's in the IEEE-1284 standard for parallel ports
  • Port access in Visual Basic under Windows 3.x and Windows 95
  • Cable design for faster transmitting and longer links
  • How to be sure your program and interface will work with any port
  • PC-to-PC communications

Serial Port Complete By Jan Axelson

The program code and original circuit designs in this book will give a quick start to any project that involves RS-232 or RS-485 serial interfaces.Topics include:

  • Link PCs and embedded controllers, in any combination.
  • Select the interface, cable, and connectors that are right for your projects.
  • Learn secrets for error-free transmitting on RS-485 networks.
  • Use Visual Basic to access serial ports on PCs.
    Design links for the Basic Stamp and 8052-Basic microcontrollers.
  • Develop projects quickly with schematics and code for a PC-to-PC link, PC-to-embedded-controller link, RS-485 network, simple Stamp network, and more.

USB Complete By Jan Axelson
In USB Complete, Jan Axelson once again reveals the programming secrets for a popular interface. The topic this time is the new Universal Serial Bus (USB), which was designed from the ground up to provide a single, easy-to-use interface for multiple peripherals. But this ease of use has come at the cost of greater complexity for the developers who design USB peripherals and write the program code that communicates with them.

Axelson takes the pain out of designing for USB by showing how to write applications that communicate with USB devices using Visual Basic (or any programming language that can call Win32 API functions). There's no need to write low-level device drivers; you can use the drivers included with Windows 98/2000.

Unlike other books that only rehash specifications and manufacturers' marketing materials, this book has original examples, hands-on guidance, and practical tips that developers can put to use right away. USB Complete is an independent guide that isn't obligated to promote one manufacturer's products.

This book will help you decide whether or not USB is the right choice for a peripheral. You'll find tips on selecting the controller chip that matches your design's needs and enables you to get your peripheral up and running quickly. An example project shows how to develop a custom USB peripheral from start to finish, including device firmware and application programming.

The Microcontroller Idea Book By Jan Axelson
A hands-on introduction to microcontroller project design with dozens of example circuits and programs. Presents practical designs for use in data loggers, controllers, and other small-computer applications.

About The Microcontroller Idea Book:

  • Complete circuit schematics and parts lists so you can easily build the circuits yourself
  • Design theory - with tips on how to expand or modify the circuits shown
  • Example program listings - for convenient testing of the circuits
  • Construction and debugging tips - to help you get everything up and running without problems
  • Vendor listings - so you can find the components and other items you need for your projects

Don Lancaster's Books

Active Filter Cookbook
CMOS Cookbook
Incredible Secret Money Machine
TTL Cookbook
Other Don Lancaster titles

PIC Books

Design With PIC Microcontrollers  by John Peatman
Easy PIC'n, A Beginners guide to the PIC  by Dave Benson
PIC'n up the Pace PIC 16/17 Applications  by Dave Benson
Programming &Customizing the PIC Micro  by M. Predko

Basic Stamp II - Tutorial and Applications  by Peter Anderson
Programming & Customizing the Basic Stamp (paperback)  by Scott Edwards
Programming & Customizing the Basic Stamp (hardback+cd)  by Scott Edwards

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