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GNU/Linux Rapid Embedded Programming by Rodolfo Giometti

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Chapter 19. Miscellaneous Devices

In this book, we've presented several device kinds, each of them divided in a well-defined class. However, for the sake of completeness, there are other peripherals we can use with our embedded kits that can fit in one of those classes, but they have not been discussed here for better readability. That's why, we decided to add this last chapter where we will present a list of additional peripherals we can encounter in a monitoring or controlling system.

Each presented device can be connected with the three embedded kits as described in the previous chapters according to their interfaces. However, we will present a possible circuitry for at least one kit, so you should refer to it to get useful information regarding ...

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