|Number of Pages
The 8088 And 8086 Microprocessors: Programming, Interfacing, Software, Hardware And Applications is a book that targets future designers of microprocessor-based electronic equipment, providing them with a systems-level insight into the 8086, and 8088 microprocessors. This book provides the readers with insight into assembling, running, and debugging programs. It also explains how to develop, troubleshoot, and test interface circuits.
There are 15 chapters present in this book, and some of them include Assembly Language Programming, Assembly Language Program Development With MASM, Memory Devices, Circuits And Subsystem Design, Connecting Assembly Language To C, Software Architecture Of The 8088 And 8086 Microprocessors, Interrupt Interface Of The 8088 And 8086 Microprocessors, and Introduction To Microprocessors And Microcomputers.
Some other chapters include Real-Mode Software And Hardware Architecture Of The 80286 Microprocessor, 8088/8086 Programming-Control Flow Instructions And Program Structures, Machine Language Coding And The Debug Software Development Program Of The PC, The 80386, 80486 And Pentium Processor Families: Hardware Architecture, and 8088/8086 Programming-Integer Instructions And Computations.
This book has been divided into three parts. The first part deals with the software architecture, and guides the readers into writing, executing, and debugging assembly language programs. In the second part, the readers are provided insight into the hardware architecture of microcomputers that were developed using the 8086, and 8088 microprocessors. The third part provides detailed insight into other microprocessors that belong to the 80x86 families. The author also covers the latest Pentium family, which includes Pentium III, and Pentium IV.
About The Authors
Walter A. Triebel is a well-known author, and technologist. Apart from this book, Triebel has written The 68000/68020 Microprocessors: Architecture, Software And Interfacing Techniques, Itanium Architecture For Software Developers, and Programming Itanium-Based Systems.
Triebel holds a bachelor's degree from Fairleigh Dickinson University, and a Master's degree from New York University, both in Electrical Engineering. Till date, he has authored 17 books on topics such as memory, digital logic, and microprocessors. Triebel has also been an application engineer, and educator for the past two decades. He has been a part of Intel Corporation for the past 17 years, presently working as a writer-in-residence for Intel Press.
Dr. Avtar Singh is an author, and educator. Singh completed his B.Sc. EE (Hons) degree from Punjab Engineering College, India, after which he obtained an M.Tech EE from the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, India. He later went on to finish his M.E EE from the City College of New York, and finished his doctorate from the City University of New York in Electrical Engineering. He has been working at San Jose State University since 1987.
Before joining the university, he worked as a Senior Engineer at Anderson Jacobson Inc, and R & D Vice President of Vivix Corporation. Singh has been consulting with organisations such as IBM, Alien Technology, and NASA Ames. During his time at SJSU, Singh has developed, and taught a number of courses on Electrical Engineering.