Microprocessors and their operating systems: a comprehensive guide to 8-, 16-, and 32- bit hardware, assembly language, and computer architecture
Provides a comprehensive guide to all of the major microprocessor families (8, 16 and 32 bit). The hardware aspects and software implications are described, giving the reader an overall understanding of microcomputer architectures. The internal processor operation of each microprocessor device is presented, followed by descriptions of the instruction set and applications for the device. Software considerations are expanded with descriptions and examples of the main high level programming languages (BASIC, Pascal and C). The book also includes detailed descriptions of the three main operating systems (CP/M, DOS and UNIX) common to the most modern personal computers.
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16-bit microprocessors accumulator address bus address bus lines address lines addressing modes applied assembly language backing store bits buses bytes RAM cache characters clock command contents of memory control bus control register control signals CP/M CPU register data bus decoder Decrement dest disc drive display editor executed filename flag floppy disc hard disc high-level language index register input input/output input/output chips instruction set Intel interface interrupt service routine Jump Load logic loop machine code main program memory address memory location memory management unit microcomputer microprocessors Motorola multiplexed normally on-chip operating system output PC/MS-DOS peripheral pin functions Port processor program counter Program Example register set register-pair RESET segment registers serial shown in Fig specified stack pointer status register subroutine support devices text file transfer transputer typical UART UNIX User enters vector whilst Zilog Zilog Z80