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8085 Microprocessor-Ramesh-S-Gaonkar

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Introduction to Microprocessors offered in electrical and computer technology departments; requires a prerequisite course in digital logic, but assumes no knowledge of programming.

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  • NEW - Revises content throughout to include the most recent technological changes, including advances made in the 32-bit microprocessor.
  • NEW - Replaces DMA controller 8257 with the more commonly used 8237 that is found in today's newer systems.
  • NEW - Includes an additional interfacing application: how to interface a LCD module, which has become a popular display device in industrial systems.
  • NEW - Replaces Intel SDK-85 system with EMAC Primer (Appendix B).
  • Ideally suited in an educational environment, this complete development systems presents a stand-alone single-board microcomputer system with a Hex keyboard and LED displays which can be used with a PC; students can write assembly language programs using an editor on a PC, assemble the programs, download the binary code from a PC to the Primer trainer, and execute the programs.
  • NEW - Provides complete data sheets for 8259, 8237, and a LCD panel (Appendix D).
  • Enables students to perform many experiments outside the scope of the book.
  • Focuses on a general-purpose 8-bit microprocessor (the 8085), and provides a balanced approach to learning about microprocessors from two different disciplines: hardware concepts from electronics, and programming skills from computer science.
  • 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, then moving on to programming techniques, program development, and software development systems.
  • Integrates hardware and software concepts in interfacing and designing microprocessor-based products.
  • Examines 68HC11 microcontrollers, 486 and Pentium 32-bit processors, and RISC processors.
  • Considers the interfacing of I/Os, and supports discussions with many industrial and practical examples.
  • Analyzes the hardware, provides schematics, includes the necessary software, and describes how the hardware and software work together to accomplish these given objectives.
  • Includes both hardware and software troubleshooting problems.
  • Targets narrative at the appropriate reading level.
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