Designing Microprocessor-Based Instrumentation

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Reston Publ., 1982 - Computers - 323 pages
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Instrumentation. Introduction to microcomputers. Examination of two popular uP chips. Binary arithmetic and digital codes. Interfacing techniques. Microprocessor support chips. Solving problems with the microprocessor. Address decoders. Interfacing memory. Interfacing I/O ports. Signals and noise. Operational amplifiers. Transducers. Sample & Hold circuits. Analog reference circuits. Interfacing keyboards, switches, and displays. Basics of data conversion - D/A. Basics of data conversion - A/D. Data acquisition systems. Data converter interfacing. Software data conversion. Z80 instructions sorted by Op-code. Z80 instructions sorted by mnemonic. Z80/8080 instruction equivalence.

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Contents

EXAMINATION OF TWO POPULAR nP CHIPS
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BINARY ARITHMETIC AND DIGITAL CODES
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INTERFACING TECHNIQUES
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