The 68000 Microprocessor: Hardware and Software Principles and Applications
Designed to demystify the Motorola 68000 microprocessor -- its hardware "and" software -- this book leads readers on an in-depth, hands-on exploration of more than 75 different applications and then guides them through the construction and programming of their own working single-board 68000 system. KEY TOPICS: " Covers software details of the 68000, exception processing, data structures, programming the 68000, hardware details of the 68000, memory system design, I/O system design, advanced programming using 68000 peripherals, building a working 68000 system, and the advanced 680x0 series microprocessors. Features a Troubleshooting Techniques section in each chapter -- with real-world tips, techniques, and suggestions on how to work with various hardware and software topics. Provides a companion diskette containing all programs found in the text plus additional software -- ASM68K and EMU68K -- for emulating 68000 code on IBM compatible personal computers. For anyone interested in the hardware and software aspects of the Motorola 68000 microprocessor.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
12 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
16 bits address bus address decoder address lines addressing modes arithmetic group array ASCII BCD numbers binary buffer bus error bus master channel character circuit circuitry clock cycles CMPI.B command condition codes contains control register coprocessor data bus data register data transfer DC.B DC.W device digit display DS.B DTACK dynamic RAM EPROM example exception handler exception processing execution external Figure flag floating-point function hardware hexadecimal init input interface interrupt load logic longword loop lower byte memory address memory location memory-mapped I/O microprocessor Motorola Inc MOVE.B MOVEA MOVEA.L multiple needed operand operation output perform peripheral permission of Motorola pins port processor program counter Reprinted with permission RESET result routine serial signals source file stack pointer starting address status register storage stored string subroutine subtract timer tion TRAP vector number write zero