8085 Microprocessor architecture, instruction set, timing, diagram, Assembly language programming, stack, subroutines, interrupts, wait a hold state concept.Memory addressing; decoding, Memory design and interfacing techniques, Microprocessor input output, I/O mapping and memory maping of devices 8085, Interrupts, Interrupt handling, PIC 8259.Supporting peripheral chips - 8255 (I/O), 8254 (Timer counter), 8237 (DMA controller), 8279 (Keyboard display controller).8 bit microcontroller - MCS51 family architecture, instruction set, assembly language programming using special features of 8051.Typical application of microprocessor and microcontroller in system demonstrating advantage over discrete circuits. Flowchart, Program listing of typical case. Use of ADC and DAC.Software and hardware debugging methods using tools like logic analyser, simulator, emulator etc.Serial I/O; 8085 SID, SOD, Synchronous Asynchronous serial I/O, 8251 USART interfacing and programming, RS232 C and RS 485 Interface standards.3.3 Instruction Formats The 8085A instruction set consists of one, two and three byte instructions. The first byte is always the opcode; in two-byte instructions the second byte is usually data; in three byte instructions the last two bytes presentanbsp;...
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