The book "Microprocessor System" is a core subject for undergraduate and postgraduate students in Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology to understand the present advent and applications. This book is primarily intended to serve as a textbook in accordance with the syllabus of Microprocessor System offered by various universities in India as well as abroad.
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  • Publisher: Laxmi Publications
  • Language: English
  • ISBN : 978-81-318-0752-1
  • Chapter 1

    INTRODUCTION TO MICROCOMPUTER SYSTEM Price 2.99  |  2.99 Rewards Points

    There are certain basic elements which are common to all microcomputers. In this chapter we present these elements and describe their major functions including interrelationships between them. A schematic layout of major microcomputer components is given in Fig.1.
  • Chapter 2

    ADDRESSING MODES AND TIMING DIAGRAMS Price 2.99  |  2.99 Rewards Points

    Each instruction needs data on which it has to perform the specified operation. The operand (data) may be in the accumulator, general purpose register or in some specified memory location. Therefore, there are various ways to specify data.
  • Chapter 3

    ARCHITECTURE OF 16-BIT MICROPROCESSORS Price 2.99  |  2.99 Rewards Points

    The microprocessor functions as the CPU in the stored program model of the digital computer. Its job is to generate all system timing signals and synchronize the transfer of data between memory, I/O, and itself.
  • Chapter 4

    ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE PROGRAMMING Price 2.99  |  2.99 Rewards Points

    We learned that a computer instruction is made up of an operation code and zero, one, or two operands. The op-code identifies the operation to be performed while the operands identify the source and destination of the data operated on. The operands can specify a CPU register, a memory location in one of the memory segments, or an I/O port. The different ways in which the microprocessor generates these operand addresses are called the addressing modes. Table 2 lists the nine modes available with the 8086/88 microprocessor.
  • Chapter 5

    CPU MODULE DESIGN Price 2.99  |  2.99 Rewards Points

    In this section we explain the function, and in some cases the multiple functions, of each of the microprcoessor’s pins. In addition, we discuss the DC characteristics to provide a basis for understanding the later sections on buffering and latching.
  • Chapter 6

    BASIC IO INTERFACING Price 2.99  |  2.99 Rewards Points

    Regardless of the type of I/O port, serial or parallel, a strategy must be developed to control or synchronize the flow of data through that port. For example, assume that a 100-character/s (cps) printer is interfaced to a parallel output port. This printer is capable of printing a new character every 10 ms (1/100 cps). But consider the following 8086 output routine, which might be used to supply data to the printer
  • Chapter 7

    MEMORY INTERFACING Price 2.99  |  2.99 Rewards Points

  • Chapter 8

    ADVANCED INTEL PENTIUM MICROPROCESSORS Price 2.99  |  2.99 Rewards Points

    The 8086 and 8088 microprocessors were followed by the 80286, the first Intel processor to offer Protected Mode. However, as mentioned, that mechanism was flawed—once switched to Protected Mode the only way to switch the processor back to Real Mode was to terminate all currently running applications and reset the chip. Because MS-DOS, a Real Mode operating system, was dominant at the time, few 286 chips were ever run in Protected Mode.

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