The book focuses on 8051 microcontrollers and prepares the students for system development using the 8051 as well as 68HC11, 80x96 and lately popular ARM family microcontrollers. A key feature is the clear explanation of the use of RTOS, software building blocks, interrupt handling mechanism, timers, IDE and interfacing circuits. Apart from the general architecture of the microcontrollers, it also covers programming, interfacing and system design aspects.
Microprocessors and MicrocontrollerMicroprocessors and microcontrollers, A microprocessors survey, RISC and CISC CPU architectures, Harvard and Von-Neumann CPU architecture.The 8051 Architecture : Introduction, 8051 microcontroller hardware, Input/output pins, Ports and circuits, External memory, Counter and timers, Serial data input/output, Interrupts.Addressing Modes and OperationsAddressing modes, External data moves, Code memory, Read only data moves/Indexed addressing mode, PUSH and POP opcodes, Data exchanges, Example Programs; Byte level logical operations, Bit level logical operations, Rotate and swap operations, Example programs, Arithmetic Operations; Flags incrementing and decreme...
Assuming only a general science education this book introduces the workings of the microprocessor, its applications, and programming in assembler and high level languages such as C and Java. Practical work and knowledge-check questions contribute to building a thorough understanding with a practical focus. The book concludes with a step-by-step walk through a project based on the PIC microcontroller. The concise but clearly written text makes this an ideal book for electronics and IT students and a wide range of technicians and engineers, including IT systems support staff, and maintenance / service engineers. *Crisp's conversational style introduces the fundamentals of the micro (microprocessors, microcontrollers, systems on a chip) in a way that is utterly painless but technically spot-on: the talent of a true teacher. *Microprocessors and microcontrollers are covered in one book, reflecting the importance of embedded systems in today's computerised world. *Practical work and knowledge-check questions support a lively text to build a firm understanding of the subject.
Primarily intended for diploma, undergraduate and postgraduate students of electronics, electrical, mechanical, information technology and computer engineering, this book offers an introduction to microprocessors and microcontrollers. The book is designed to explain basic concepts underlying programmable devices and their interfacing. It provides complete knowledge of the Intel’s 8085 and 8086 microprocessors and 8051 microcontroller, their architecture, programming and concepts of interfacing of memory, IO devices and programmable chips. The text has been organized in such a manner that a student can understand and get well-acquainted with the subject, independent of other reference books and Internet sources. It is of greater use even for the AMIE and IETE students—those who do not have the facility of classroom teaching and laboratory practice. The book presents an integrated treatment of the hardware and software aspects of the 8085 and 8086 microprocessors and 8051 microcontroller. Elaborated programming, solved examples on typical interfacing problems, and a useful set of exercise problems in each chapter serve as distinguishing features of the book.
Peatman uses detailed block diagrams to illustrate all control bits, status bits and registers associated with assorted functions. He also uses examples throughout to illustrate points and to show readers how issues can be handled.