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Introduction to Microprocessor
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About The Book
Introduction to Microprocessor” is an introductory text on microprocessors, microcomputers, their associated subsystems and software, and related careers in this area of electronics. The fundamental objective of this text is to give the student both a solid theoretical and a practical introduction to the microprocessors and support devices used to create the extensive array of microprocessor based devices. “Introduction to Microprocessor” has been written to facilitate better understanding of microprocessor. The book gives detailed study of 8 bit microprocessor 8085, Z 80 and MC 6800. Focussed coverage on supporting chips like 8255, 8253, 8257, 8259, and 8251 is also included. The Book provides a variety of questions and problems for assignments and examinations. The purpose of the book is to provide the reader with a good foundation on microprocessors.

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Table of Contents
1.Introduction to Microprocessors and Microcomputers
2.The Architecture of a Microprocessor
3.Instruction Set of Microprocessor 8085
4.Programming in Microprocessor
5.Interrupts of Microprocessor 8085
6.Memory Interfacing
7.Interfacing of Input and Output Devices
8.Instruction Timing and Cycles
9.Data Transfer Schemes
10.Programmable Peripheral Interface (PPI) Intel IC 8255/8255A
11.Programmable Interval Timer (PIT) Intel IC 8253/8254
12.Priority Interrupt Controller 8259
13.Programmable D.M.A. Controller Intel 8257 and 8237A
14.Programmable Keyboard and Display Controller Intel 8279/8279A
15.Universal Synchronous and Asynchronous Receiver and Transmitter Intel 8251
16.Other 8 Bit Microprocessors Z-80, 6800
17.Introduction to 8086 Appendices Previous Years Question Papers

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SKU E141
Author Vaneet & Gurmeet Singh
Edition 2017
ISBN NO. 978-93-5192-066-3
Binding Paper Back
Number of Pages 412
Size 6.5 × 9.5
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