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Microprocessors and Interfacing is a textbook for undergraduate engineering students who study a course on various microprocessors, its interfacing, programming and applications. The book in eighteen chapters provides a very brief overview of 8085 processors, followed by a detailed discussion of 8086 architecture, programming and interfacing concepts. The book also provides Microprocessors and Interfacing is a textbook for undergraduate engineering students who study a course on various microprocessors, its interfacing, programming and applications. The book in eighteen chapters provides a very brief overview of 8085 processors, followed by a detailed discussion of 8086 architecture, programming and interfacing concepts. The book also provides a brief treatment of 8088 processors bringing out its architectural difference in relation to 8086. The thrust of this book is on 8086 processors. Subsequently, the book discusses the 8-bit 8051 and 16-bit 8096 microcontrollers. The last chapter on advanced processors briefs on 80186, 80286, 80386, 80486, Pentium, PowerPC, PIC, RISC& CISC, SUN SPARC and ARM microcontrollers. Providing a balance between theory and practice, the book is interspersed with complete ALP codes, review questions, programming and design based exercises.


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Microprocessors and Interfacing is a textbook for undergraduate engineering students who study a course on various microprocessors, its interfacing, programming and applications. The book in eighteen chapters provides a very brief overview of 8085 processors, followed by a detailed discussion of 8086 architecture, programming and interfacing concepts. The book also provides Microprocessors and Interfacing is a textbook for undergraduate engineering students who study a course on various microprocessors, its interfacing, programming and applications. The book in eighteen chapters provides a very brief overview of 8085 processors, followed by a detailed discussion of 8086 architecture, programming and interfacing concepts. The book also provides a brief treatment of 8088 processors bringing out its architectural difference in relation to 8086. The thrust of this book is on 8086 processors. Subsequently, the book discusses the 8-bit 8051 and 16-bit 8096 microcontrollers. The last chapter on advanced processors briefs on 80186, 80286, 80386, 80486, Pentium, PowerPC, PIC, RISC& CISC, SUN SPARC and ARM microcontrollers. Providing a balance between theory and practice, the book is interspersed with complete ALP codes, review questions, programming and design based exercises.

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  1. 4 out of 5

    Gangadharam

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This is excellent book for preparation

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    Somnath Mondal

    Great Book for programmers

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    M Surya Prakash

    i love studying this

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