This bachelor thesis introduces microcontroller MC9S08LH64 and its modules such as analog to digital converter, internal clock source, liquid crystal display driver, serial communication interface and time of day module. It also containes some basic information about peripheries, which are on the development board TWR-S08LH64 together with the microcontroller. The peripheries are LCD display GD-5306P and accelerometer MMA7361L. Thesis continues with elaboration of five laboratory exercises in which microcontroller, LCD display, accelerometer and A/D converter are used. The description of time of day module and serial communication interface using is contained. Each of laboratory exercise contains problem description, functions of indicators and buttons, program description, flow diagram and programming technique. All the techniques are proved and lead programmer step-by-step through programming of the exercise from creating a new project to functional program. One part of the thesis describes libraries and procedures for driving A/D converter, LCD display, internal clock source, interrupts, serial communication interface and time of day module are included. Most of the procedures initialize the modules at the begining of the program. The result of this thesis is five programmed and debuged programs for microcontroller. The operating of the programs is described in flow diagrams. In addition two programs for computer, which communicate with some programs for microcontroller, was programmed. This computer programs are very easy to use and they are debuged and tested on several computers running WinXP and Win7
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