Introduction to Microprocessor Theory & Operation: A Self-study Guide with Experiments

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Cengage Learning, Feb 1, 1995 - Computers - 211 pages
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Introduction to Microprocessor Theory & Operation takes you into the heart of computerized equipment and reveals how microprocessors work. By covering digital circuits in addition to microprocessors and providing self-tests and experiments, this book makes it easy for you to learn microprocessor systems. You will learn to build 15 inexpensive and easy experiments that cover the various topics discussed in this book. Subjects covered include:
Introduction to the Computer and Microprocessor
How the Microprocessor Works
The Microprocessor from the Outside
ALU
ROM
RAM
Interfacing
Putting the Microprocessor to Work
Introduction to Microprocessor Theory & Operation is also fully illustrated with circuits, specifications, and pinouts to guide beginners through the ins-and-outs of microprocessors, as well as provide experienced technicians with a valuable reference and refresher tool.

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Contents

How Does the Microprocessor Work?
25
The Microprocessor from the Outside
49
The ALU
69
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Wilson has served as the director of technical publications for NESDA and as a CET test consultant for ISCET. He is currently, a full-time freelance technical writer and consultant.

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