Crystal Clear Electronics 2

An innovative electronics curriculum with real-world examples and step-by-step instructions from basic mathematics to programming microcontrollers and basic control applications.

 

 

Publication of the English curriculum will start in May 2022. 

Recommended for students and hobbyists, ideal for extracurricular courses or self study.


The list of chapters and the 27 engineer authors:

 1. Number Representations, History of
Microprocessors and Microcontrollers
 - Tamás Pepó
 2. Advanced Microcontroller Types, ARM Cortex Cores  - Máté Preinsperger
 3. Low-Level Programming in C Language,
Process of Compilation
 - Zsolt Thamó
 4. STM Programming Environment: CubeIDE, ST-Link  - Szabolcs Hadarics
 5. Hardware Abstraction Layer  - Virág Erzsébet Szűcs
 6. Debugging and Analysis (JTAG és SWD)  - Tamás Horváth, Gergely Lágler
 7. I/O Ports of the Microcontroller  - Kristóf Csököly
 8. Serial Communication Lines Part I.
- I2C, SPI
 - Béla Szabó
 9. Human-Machine Interface (7-Segment,
Alphanumerical, Graphical Displays)
 - Dávid Kulcsár
 10. Serial Communication Lines Part II.
- UART, CAN, USB
 - Dániel Csapó
11.  A-D Conversion  - Máté Trádler
12.  D-A Conversion  - Viktor Vincze, Gábor Baracsi
13. Sensor Types and Their Applications  - Botond Csathó
14. Calibration of Sensors  - Gergely Palotás
15. Counter and Timer Units, WDT  - János Szalay
16. Real Time Clock  - Gábor Kalmár
17. Control of Motors  - Dániel Szabó
18. P, PI, PD, PID Controllers  - Gergely Herángli
19. Implementing Simple P and PI Controllers  - Ádám Szabó
20. Power Requirements of Microcontrollers  - László Iványi
21. Simple Real-Time Operating Systems  - Endre Szesztay
22. Using a Real-Time Operating System (FreeRTOS)  - Csaba Apró
23. File Systems, SD Card  - Szabolcs Veréb, Péter Buzás
24. Complex Summary Application Using
Examples From the Course Material
 - Péter Girgász