Embedded - Microcontrollers

Embedded microcontrollers are small computer chips designed to perform specific tasks within a larger system. They are used in a wide range of applications, from consumer electronics to industrial control systems, and are responsible for controlling and interacting with the physical world around them. These tiny computers contain a processor, memory, and input/output peripherals, allowing them to execute software programs and communicate with other devices. With their versatility and low power consumption, embedded microcontrollers have become an essential component in many modern technologies.

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