- Published in issue 2/1998 on page 30
80C32 BASIC control computer part 1:
introduction and circuit description
Faced with the ominous task of having to cajole an existing microcontroller board into managing a control function, many of you will recognize the problem of having to develop a more or less complex interface board. Another problem may be the complexity and general hassle of everything to do with assembly language. The computer described in this article may be programmed in MCS-51 BASIC, and has been designed specifically for control purposes.