Rabbit Semiconductor Announces the Release of the Rabbit 3000 Microprocessor Reference Design Book for Embedded Systems Design

Rabbit Semiconductor, a division of Z-World Inc., along with Elsevier Science (NYSE: RUK) and Technology Books today announced the publication and release of Embedded Systems Design using the Rabbit 3000 Microprocessor: Interfacing, Networking, and Application Development, the first Rabbit 3000 reference book to focus exclusively on Rabbit's microprocessor use for embedding networks and controls in electronic systems.

The Rabbit 3000 is a popular high-performance microprocessor specifically designed for embedded control, communications, and Ethernet connectivity. Both authors, Kamal Hyder and Bob Perrin, have years of experience in embedded designs. They wrote their new book specifically to help embedded developers get the most out of the Rabbit's powerful feature set. The book provides detailed coverage of the Rabbit architecture and development environment, networking, interfacing, Rabbit assembly language, multitasking, Dynamic C T , and many other related topics.

"It's great to have such experienced hands work on this reference book", stated Norm Rogers, President of Z-World Inc., " they bring their level of experience down to everyone's application needs." Most valuable to designers are the many "insider" tips and techniques presented in the book.

Extensive embedded design examples are supported by fully tested source code, which is provided on the accompanying CD-ROM. Included in the book are several coupons and discount offers for development kits and products via www.rabbitsemiconductor.com/books.

"This book is essential for anyone working with the Rabbit series of processors, boards, or core modules. The book covers firmware from soup to nuts, from assembly language to C, including real time OSes and even modern networking." --Jack Ganssle


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