The 8051 Microcontroller

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Cengage Learning, 2005 - Computers - 412 pages
Gain valuable assembly code programming knowledge with the help of this newly revised book. Readers will be trained on programming the Intel 8051 microcontroller, one of the most common microprocessors used in controls or instrumentation applications that use assembly code. The third edition teaches current principles of computer architecture including simulation and programming, with new state-of-the-art integrated development software that is included at the back of the book. The writing style engages readers and renders even complex topics easy to absorb. Practical examples of assembly code instructions illustrate how these instructions function. Complex hardware and software application examples are also provided.
 

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One of the best book for beginner for learning the basics of 8051 MC

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it would be good if available in pdf format..... so that it is easy to download

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Contents

PREFACE
xvii
Microprocessors 3
6
NUMBERING SYSTEMS AND BINARY ARITHMETIC
13
THE 8051 ARCHITECTURE
59
BASIC ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE PROGRAMMING CONCEPTS
99
MOVING DATA
131
LOGICAL OPERATIONS
151
ARITHMETIC OPERATIONS
169
AN 8051 MICROCONTROLLER DESIGN
217
APPLICATIONS
259
SERIAL DATA COMMUNICATION
325
OPERATIONAL CODE MNEMONICS
347
B HOW TO USE THE A51 ASSEMBLER
361
USING PVISION2
371
THE 8255 PROGRAMMABLE IO PORT
385
E O Introduction
392

JUMP AND CALL INSTRUCTIONS
189
Introduction
404

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Kenneth Ayala is a professional engineer and Professor Emeritus at Western Carolina University.

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