and Hardware Engineering: Freescale M68HC12
by Prof. Fred Cady and Jim Sibigtroth
from Oxford University press, Amazon, or Barnes &
Noble (ISBN 0-19-512469-3). Fred Cady has written
other college textbooks for the M68HC11 and has been
teaching microcontrollers at Montana State University-Bozeman
for several years. Jim Sibigtroth is the Freescale
systems engineer who defined the M68HC11, wrote the
M68HC11 Reference Manual (aka the Pink Book), and
was part of the team that defined the M68HC12.
book can be used as a textbook for an undergraduate
course on microcontrollers, as a reference manual for
the M68HC12, or as a source for numerous programming
examples. The early chapters can also serve as a tutorial
for engineers who are new to assembly language programming.
All code examples were developed and assembled using
P&E Microcomputer Systems tools, and can be run
on the M68EVB912B32 or M68HC12A4EVB evaluation boards.
additional information and to see the source code for
the examples presented in the book, go to http://www.coe.montana.edu/ee/cady/books/m68hc12.htm