Microprocessor Systems: An Introduction
Provides an introduction to microprocessor systems, their operation and design. The text covers topics needed by engineers and computer scientists who are interested in applying microprocessors in practical situations, such as computer hardware, software, and the design and testing of systems.
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Logic and Binary Data
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achieved addr address bus address lines address register addressing modes algorithm allow appropriate Areg assembly language asserted binary block diagram buffer called carry flag chapter circuitry clock clock signal connected contains convert data bus data transfer DATACK DATSTB decoder described disk EPROM example external flip flop full adder gates hardware high level language implemented input instruction integers interface interrupt request jump keypad latch LD Dreg load logic circuits loop machine mantissa memory microcomputer microprocessor microprocessor system MOVE.B operation output peripheral port procedure processor program counter reset resistor result serial serial communications service routine seven-segment display shift register shown in figure signal specified ST Dreg stack pointer stored strobe subroutine suitable synchronous timer truth table valid voltage write