Thanks to Lynne Newell from FutureIntech for this link
An introduction to Practical Electronics, Microcontrollers and Software Design is a PDF book (800 pages+ and growing) written by Bill Collis from Mount Roskill Grammar School for students who are starting out in electronics. It is based around the PCB CAD software Eagle, the ATMEL AVR microcontroller and the BASCOM-AVR cross compiler. It aims to help students use software like Eagle and Sketchup for their chosen projects, and how to write and plan successful code using statechart principles. There are many examples of block diagrams, circuits, layouts, flowcharts, statecharts and code in the book for many different interfaces and products.
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