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In-field programming and reprogramming A key benefit of microcontrollers with EEPROM or Flash memory is that they can be programmed and reprogrammed in the field (or in circuit ). This has enormous potential for use in your programmable robot. With in-field programming there is no need to remove the microcontroller chip from its circuit in your robot to reprogram it. Instead, you merely connect a cable from your PC and download the new program. Of course, this requires that the microcontroller have an on-board connector so it can be attached to your PC cable. Most ready-made controllers for robotics (the Basic Stamp, the BasicX-24, etc.) come with, or have options for purchasing, a carrier board that has the proper cable connections. One-time programmable Not all microcontrollers are meant to be reprogrammed. In fact, the reprogrammable controllers (with EEPROM or Flash memory) are among the most expensive of the lot. Less costly alternatives are made to be programmed only once and are intended for permanent installations. These one-time programmable (OTP) microcontrollers are popular in consumer goods and automotive applications. In quantity, an 8bit OTP microcontroller might cost just a dollar, or even less. For hobby robotics applications, the OTP is useful for dedicated processes, such as controlling servos or triggering and detecting a sonar ping from an ultrasonic distance measurement system. You ll find that a number of the ready-made hobby robotic solutions on the market today have, at their heart, an OTP microcontroller. The microcontroller takes the place of more complex circuitry that uses individual integrated circuits. An OTP microcontroller requires a special burner programmer module that accepts the download from your PC. The burner is not complicated for the low- and medium-end microcontrollers that are programmed via a serial connection. A number of mail order and electronics firms sell inexpensive programmers (under $30) for use with both one-time and in-field programmable microcontrollers.
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Single-board computers (SBCs) are a lot like junior PCs, but on a single circuit board. In fact, many SBCs are IBM PC-compatible and use Intel microprocessors that are capable of running any Intel-based program, including the MS-DOS operating system. SBCs are full-blown computers in every way, except that all the necessary components are on one board. This includes the CPU, input/output, and timers. Because of their architecture, SBCs can support many kilobytes, and even megabytes, of program and data storage. Whether you need a lot of storage depends on your application, but it s nice to know the SBC can support it if you do. Like microcontrollers, an SBC can be programmed in either assembly language or in a high-level language such as Basic or C. SBCs that are based on Intel microprocessors can often run MS-DOS and programs designed to be used on a PC-compatible machine (some can even run Windows). The DOS or Windows operating system is typically loaded in read-only memory (ROM) so it doesn t take up program storage space. In an SBC that supports DOS, for example, you can write programs on your personal computer and test them out. When they re perfected, you can download them (via a cable) to the SBC, where they will reside. The program will remain until erased if the SBC is equipped with Flash memory or EEPROM.
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SBC form factors Single-board computers come in a variety of shapes and forms. A standard form factor that is supported by several hundred manufacturers is the PC/104, which measures just four inches square. This is an ideal size for most any medium- or large-sized robot project and some small ones, too! PC/104 gets its name from Personal Computer (originally of IBM fame) and the number of pins (104) used to connect two or more PC/104-compatible boards together. SBC kits
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To handle different kinds of jobs, SBCs are available in larger or smaller sizes than the four-by-four-inch PC/104. And while most SBCs are available in ready-made form, they are also popular as kits. For example, the BotBoard series of single-board computers, designed by robot enthusiast Marvin Green, combine a Motorola 68HC11 microcontroller with outboard interfacing electronics (the HC11 has its own interfacing capability as well, though many robot engineers like to add more). The Miniboard and HandyBoard, designed by instructors at MIT, are other single-board computers based on the HC11; both are provided in kit and ready-made form from various sources.
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