Microprocessors: Principles and Applications

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McGraw-Hill, 1989 - Computers - 508 pages
Designed for use in one-semester courses, this Second Edition provides thorough coverage of 8-bit processor architecture, instructions, and applications as well as an introduction to 16-bit and 32-bit processors. To add to the text's realism and practiality, three 8-bit and 16-bit processors are used as examples. Topics covered include interfacing, troubleshooting, development systems and developing technologies, making this one of the most complete introductions available. Plenty of examples, illustrations, exercises, and problems are provided to reinforce students' understanding of the material. This new edition also includes performance objectives and critical thinking questions for every chapter. The Instructor's Manual contains answers to questions in the text and Activities Manual as well as representative data for lab activities. The Activities Manual contains numberous laboratory experiments that provide hand-on experience for the type of tasks students will encounter on the job.

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