The Z80 Microprocessor: Architecture, Interfacing, Programming, and Design
This text is intended for microprocessor courses at the undergraduate level in technology, engineering, and computer science. Now in its third edition, it provides a comprehensive treatment of the microprocessor, covering both hardware and software based on the Z80 microprocessor family.
This edition preserves the focus of the earlier editions and includes the following changes:
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Microprocessors Microcomputers and Assembly Language
Microprocessor Memory and IO
Z80 Microprocessor Architecture 88
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16-bit address 2's complement A/D converter accumulator active low address bus address lines ASCII assembler assembly language bit D7 called Channel chapter circuit clock contents of register control register control signals control word copy count CY flag data bus data byte data lines data transfer decoder decremented delay digit display Enable EPROM example execution flag is set functions hardware Hex Code high-order HL register index register input port instruction set interfacing interrupt request interrupt vector IORQ keyboard latch LD HL Load logic loop machine cycles memory address memory chip memory location memory pointer memory-mapped I/O Micro-2 microcomputer microprocessor mnemonics Mode MREQ Opcode Operand Bytes operations OUTBUF output port peripheral port address processor program counter pulse R/W memory Register Contents register pair reset Section service routine shown in Figure specified stack pointer subroutine subtraction voltage Z80 microprocessor
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