Designed for the second course on Microprocessors covering 8086 and higher processors offered to diploma as well as undergraduate students of electronics and communicatin engineering, electrical and electronics, and computer engineering.
Key Features :
In-depth coverage of 16, 32 and 64 bit microprocessors.
Lucid and clear explanation of the assembly language programming instructions of 8086 microprocessor with examples.
16 bit (Intel 8048 to 8096 series) and 32 bit (Motorala's Power PC MPC 505 and IBM's Power PC 403GA Microcontrollers.
Details Math Coprocessors (Intel 8087, 80287,80387DX, 80387DX, 80387SX, Graphics Coprocessor (Intel 82786), Video Processor (i750) and Intel 740 3D Graphics Chip.
Comprehensive coverage of all I/O devices and supporting chips such as interrupt controller, USART, memory controller, magnetic disk controller and keyboard controller.
Interfacing of ADC 8009, and Sample and Hold Circuit to Intel 8086 discussed with assembly language programs to help students develop industrial applications.
Covers but architectures and standards such as ISA, EISA, MCA, PCI, AGP, USB, IEEE 1394, RS- 232C, etc.
Pedagy includes 96 illustrations, 161 review questions and 62 programming examples.
About the Author :
Badri Ram is currently Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, Bihar College of Engineering,Patna. He obtained his M Tech in power system Engineering from the Indian Institute of Science, Banglore. A Ph D from Patna University, he has a teaching and research experience of over 25 years. He was awarded the K F Antia award for the best research paper on Half Wave-Length Power transmission Line by the Institute of Engineers.
Table of Content :
Chapter 1. Introduction to Microprocessors
Chapter 2. 16-Bit Intel Microprocessors
Chapter 3. 8086 Instruction Set
Chapter 4. Assembly Language Prorams for 8086
Chapter 5. Debug and Assembler
Chapter 6. Embedded Control, I/O
Chapter 7. Intel 386 and 486 Microprocessors
Chapter 8. Input/Output Devices and Supporting Chips
Chapter 9. Other Microprocessors
Chapter 10. Interfacing of A/D Converter and Applications
Chapter 11. Standards for Bus Architectures and Ports
Chapter 12. Appendix
Chapter 13. Bibliography
Chapter 14. Index