8 Free eBooks On Microcontrollers!

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Set yourself to dive deeper into the world of microcontrollers with these absolutely free ebooks.

Atithya Amaresh


A book is indeed an engineer’s best friend! So how about making new friends without paying a single penny? For both beginners and pros seeking resources on Microcontrollers, here we bring an assorted list of 8 free ebooks. These awesome books will not only guide you through the basics but will also help you learn programming. Happy reading!

1. Introduction to Microcontrollers

Author/s: Guenther Gridling, Bettina Weiss
Publisher: Vienna University of Technology, 2007

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As the introduction of the book says, “This text introduces undergraduate students to the field of microcontrollers — what they are, how they work, how they interface with their I/O components, what considerations the programmer has to observe in hardware-based and embedded programming.”

2. PaulOS: An 8051 Real-Time Operating System

Author/s: Paul P. Debono
Publisher: Bookboon, 2013

As the introduction of the book says, “This book is intended for undergraduate Engineering and/or IT students studying micro-controllers and embedded systems. It covers mainly the 8051 family of micro-controllers starting with the basic architecture and then moves on to assembly language.”

3. What’s a Microcontroller?

Author/s: Andy Lindsay
Publisher: Parallax Inc., 2003

As the introduction of the book says, “This book is a first-step BASIC Stamp 2 tutorial, introducing the essentials electronics and programming side by side. You will write PBASIC programs and build both simple and advanced breadboard circuits with LEDs, pushbuttons, light sensor, etc.”

4. PIC Microcontrollers: Programming in Basic

Author/s: Milan Verle
Publisher: mikroElektronika, 2010

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As the introduction of the book says, “This book will help you learn more about programming PIC microcontrollers in BASIC with practical, common-sense instructions, real projects, clear illustrations and detailed schematics. All you need to know about designing and building PIC devices.”

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