Design & Architecture (16)
Handheld & Mobile Devices (6)
Microprocessors & System Design (5)
e-books in Computer Hardware category
by J. Sun, M. Jones, S. Reinauer, V. Zimmer - Springer , 2015
This is a perfect introduction and field guide for the thousands of firmware designers, hardware engineers, architects, managers, and developers to Intel's new firmware direction, showing how to integrate Intel Architecture designs into their plans.
by Malcolm Maclean - Leanpub , 2015
The book is aimed at getting you started measuring and recording information and presenting it graphically on a web page. It is written to help you to get started interfacing computers with the physical world and turning information into visual data.
by Florin Balasa - InTech , 2010
Many different forms of storage has been invented. So far, no practical universal storage medium exists, and all forms of storage have some drawbacks. A computer system usually contains several kinds of storage, each with an individual purpose.
by Robert Horning, at al. - Wikibooks , 2005
This book explains different aspects of serial data communication. The focus will be around the implementation of RS-232 based serial data communication and will explore a wide range of implementations and uses for serial data transfer.
by John Hyde - Cypress Semiconductor , 2003
This text should be considered a supplement to John Hyde's book 'USB Design By Example', in the same way that the OTG Supplement complements the USB 2.0 Specification. Only the new elements of multi-role device design are covered.
by Engineering Staff Analog Devices Inc. - Newnes , 2005
This handbook is an engineering reference that covers fundamentals of data converters, techniques and applications the basic theoretical elements, the latest advances in the field, high accuracy and high-speed ADCs, sample-and-hold amplifiers.
by Mike Ebbers, Wayne O'Brien, Bill Ogden - Vervante , 2007
This textbook covers the basic facilities of a mainframe computer for students of information systems technology as well as experienced professionals who want to learn about benefits of the mainframe environment. The exercises are a part of the text.