Introduction to Microprocessors

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Tata McGraw-Hill Education, 1989 - Microprocessors - 612 pages
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Presents architectural, programming, and interfacing concepts and techniques using the Intel 8085 as the primary microprocessor. This book illustrates programming concepts using several examples from both the 8085 and Z80. It describes commonly used memory types and chips such as the static RAM, EPROM, and EEPROM.
 

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very useful book for engineering students.. In mechatronics department,, the students will understand easily the basic about microprocessor and particularly interfaces.. The programming Technics is musch useful for new aspirant engineers

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the book is a real introduction to microprocessors.
the books spans 10 chapters. from basic introduction of microprocessors to data representation,
programming a microprocessor, CPU of a microprocessor, interfacing memory and devices and
semiconductor memories, it talks about application of microprocessors, and microprocessor with
advanced architectures.
people interested in buying the second hand book in good condition may contact me. I have one copy of this book available with me.
thanks.
 

Contents

BASIC CONCEPTS
1
DATA REPRESENTATION
31
PROGRAMMING A MICROPROCESSOR
66
SEMICONDUCTOR MEMORIES
128
MICROPROCESSOR TIMINGS
173
INTERFACING MEMORY AND IO DEVICES
205
INTERFACING DEVICES
261
APPLICATIONS OF MICROPROCESSORS
323
MICROPROCESSORBASED DEVELOPMENT AIDS
372
ARCHITECTURE AND PROGRAMMING OF 8086
416
ARCHITECTURE AND PROGRAMMING OF 68000
472
INSTRUCTION SET
510
B Z80 INSTRUCTION SET
541
Index
589
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Aditya P Mathur is Professor, and Head, Department of Computer Science, Purdue University, West Lafayette, USA. In this book he brings over 30 years of experience in teaching, researching and consulting in software engineering.

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