Microprocessor Architecture, Programming, and Applications with the 8085

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Prentice Hall, 1999 - Computers - 788 pages
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GAONKAR, Microprocessor Architecture, Programming, and Applications with the 8085, 4E/* "Revised to include the most recent technological changes, this comprehensive survey offers an integrated treatment of both the hardware and software aspects of the microprocessor, focusing on the 8085 microprocessor family to teach the basic concepts underlying programmable devices. Providing a sound pedagogy - from basic concepts to applications - it prepares users to apply concepts learned to a variety of situations they may encounter in their future jobs. "Covers the hardware aspects of the microcomputer as a system - using a spiral approach in exploring and re-exploring topics from various perspectives; introduces programming step-by-step, beginning with 8085 instructions; examines programming techniques, program development, and software development systems; and integrates hardware and software concepts in interfacing and designing microprocessor-based products. Examines 68HC11 microcontrollers, 486 and Pentium 32-bit processors, and RISC processors, and considers the interfacing of I/Os - supporting discussions with many industrial and practical examples. Now replaces DMA controller 8257 with the 8237; shows how to interface a LCD module; replaces the Intel SDK-85 system with EMAC Primer (a stand-alone single-board microcomputer system with a Hex keyboard and LED displays which can be used with a PC); and provides complete data sheets for 8259, 8237, and a LCD panel. Both hardware and software troubleshooting problems are included.

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