Embedded Controllers: 80186, 80188, and 80386EX

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Prentice Hall, 1998 - Computers - 804 pages
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This is the first book that deals with the programming and interfacing aspects of the embedded microprocessor family that has gained wide application in many areas of electronics, communications, and control systems. The book uses the Microsoft Macro assembler program (MASM) that develops many example programming applications using not only the 80186/80188 and 80386EX, but all the Intel family members from the 80486 through the Pentium Pro processor and contains hundreds of applications that can be executed on the personal computer.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION TO THE MICROPROCESSOR EMBEDDED
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and programmable logic devices Parity is illustrated as well as dynamic memory systems
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THE ARCHITECTURE OF THE MICROPROCESSOR
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Barry Brey is one of America's Premier authors whose many books on microprocessors and assembly language, based on his actual teaching experience, have helped educate hundreds of thousands of students and readers throughout North America and the world.

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