Advanced Microprocessor

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Technical Publications, Jan 1, 2007 - 510 pages
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Memory Interface80286 and 80386SX (16-bit) Memory interface, 80386DX and 80486(32-bit) Memory interface, Pentium, Pentium Pro and Pentium II (64-bit) Memory interface.I/O Interface8279 Programmable keyboard and display interface, 8254 Programmable interval timer, Programmable communication interface.InterruptsBasic interrupt processing, Hardware interrupts, Expanding the interrupt structure, 8259A programmable interrupt controller.Direct Memory AccessBasic DMA operation, The 8237 DMA controller, The shared bus operation, Disk memory systems, Video displays.Arithmetic Co-processorData formats, 80X87 architecture, Instruction set (No programming required), Introduction to MMX technology.BUS InterfaceThe ISA bus, The Extended ISA (EISA) and VESA local buses, The Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) bus. The parallel printer interface, The Universal Serial Bus (USB). The 80386 and 80486 MicroprocessorsIntroduction to 80386 microprocessor, Special 80386 registers, 80386 Memory management, Moving to protected mode, Virtual 8086 mode, Memory paging mechanism, Introduction to 80486.Pentium ProcessorsIntroduction to Pentium processors, Special Pentium registers, Pentium memory management, New Pentium instructions (No Programming), Introduction to Pentium Pro microprocessor, Special Pentium Pro processor, Introduction to the Pentium II microprocessor, The Pentium III, The Pentium IV.Reduced Instruction Set Computer PrinciplesRISC versus CISC, RISC properties, RISC evaluation, On-chip register file versus cache evaluation, Overview of RISC development and current system.

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