Four steps and methods for fast learning of single-chip microcomputer beginners
At present, single-chip microcomputers will become basic courses for engineering students like the basic principles of circuits.
In fact, it is not difficult to learn a single-chip computer, but does not know how to get started.
The first step: first read a textbook
Yes, the first step is to read through the textbook so that we can stand on the shoulders of the giant. It is normal that we can't understand after the first read. Many people are discouraged after the first time they don't understand, or change the textbook, and then don't understand. However, it doesn't matter if you don't understand it. You need to know how to adjust and change the angle. So confidence is very important.
Second: practice between half understanding
The first step we still don't understand for the time being. In fact, we are in a realm of seemingly incomprehensible. With such a good feeling, learn more quickly.
First of all, we must choose tools. Find the MCU experiment box in the school lab, grasp the time of the experiment, or make an appointment with the administrator, and have time to "play" these equipment. However, it is best to have your own equipment. At the beginning, the equipment should not be too gorgeous and just can be used. The software recommends Keil c51. The hardware must have a PC and a development board. The development board requires a water light, a digital tube, an independent button, a matrix keyboard, an ad conversion, a liquid crystal screen, and a buzzer. This is almost the same. Some of the software online is, the next one. The PC is not available for borrowing from others. The development board is not expensive, we will rely on this entry for the follow-up, so proper investment is a must.
Once you've got the tools ready, you're ready to go. Everything must start from the basics, so start with the most basic water lamps, try to control a light tube first, slowly change the pattern, and make your own special circuit. This is easy to cultivate interest in learning.
Third: solve problems with problems
In practice, we have a lot of phenomena that cannot be explained. What should we do? Is it slowly to enlighten yourself, or to ask the experts? It is recommended that you first enlighten yourself, but you can't ask for advice from the master. This is the most memorable and effective way. But don't take too long to enlighten, otherwise it will reduce the confidence we just built. If this step can pass, I believe you have been fascinated by the microcontroller.
The fourth step: self-cultivation, continuous improvement
Achieving a step, whether it is the technical level, learning methods, or psychological quality have reached a certain level, has been introduced. At this point, it depends on the individual's efforts and understanding and personal cultivation.
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