Free Books: WikiBooks


As per my previous post, healthful I have started working out the waveforms to interface a Sony dualshock 2 controller. I decided to go with a Cypress PSoC instead of a standard 8051 because it has a built in SPI controller thereby making the bit-banging much easier. The downside is that I don’t have a C compiler built into the development suite, health but that is all right, I am pretty good with assembly. In the process of setting this board up and testing a few things, I found the embedded systems section of wikibooks quite useful. The whole electrical engineering section looks pretty good. The pages can be edited by anonymous readers just as easily as wikipedia, however, I have not found anything terribly wrong in the limited time I spent looking at the site. Over all, it seems like a decent place to learn for beginners and to contribute for experts.

2 thoughts on “Free Books: WikiBooks

  1. Brian

    Thanks for the heads up. I’m working on my EE degree and this looks like a great place for some background info.

  2. nico Post author

    Good luck with the EE work. Feel free to post comments if you run into some difficulties, I am sure that there are plenty of clever people reading this that might be able to help you out.

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