This comprehensive and thoroughly updated text now in its second edition continues to provide the complete knowledge about the Intel’s 8085 microprocessors, its programming and concept of interfacing of memory, input/output devices and programmable peripheral chips.
Organized in four Parts, Part I (Chapters 1–9) covers a review of the analog and digital signals as well as hardware and software related aspects of microprocessor 8085. Part II (Chapters 10 and 11) discusses memory and input-output concepts, analog to digital and digital to analog converters and various memory and IO address decoding techniques. Part III (Chapters 12–17) explains the programmable interfacing chips with extensive interfacing examples. Part IV (Chapters 18 and 19) presents a brief discussion on other 8-bit microprocessors along with 16 and 32-bit Intel Processors. Each topic has been supported with numerous examples that will help students apply the concepts to other microprocessors in the course at advanced level.
This book is designed specifically for the undergraduate students of electronics and communication engineering, computer science and engineering, and information technology.
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