Phi Learning Private Ltd
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This book provides practical guidelines and procedures for developing cost effective microprocessor-based hardware products. It simplifies and clarifies advanced techniques of microprocessor-based product design. Presents a wealth of design examples demonstrating these techniques in a step-by-step manner.
Covers state-of-the-art devices such as 1MB dynamic RAMs.
Shows how to choose an appropriate microprocessor for a given application.
Explains the function of buses, all types of semiconductor memory, system components including DMA controllers, counter/timers, watchdog timers, LED, LCD, vacuum fluorescent, and CRT displays.
Covers basic concepts of serial I/O, data communication and interfacing.
Describes the basic technology and interfacing considerations for all types of user input and output devices.
Offers techniques for connecting multiple processors including coprocessors, multimaster bus operation and single-chip slave processors.
Includes end-of-chapter exercises stressing key points in the text.
Table of Contents
Microprocessor Types and Selection
The User Interface
Multiple Microprocessor Systems