Microprocessor Data Book - 2nd Edition - ISBN: 9780125044455, 9781483268705

Microprocessor Data Book

2nd Edition

Authors: S. A. Money
eBook ISBN: 9781483268705
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 1st January 1990
Page Count: 322
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Description

Microprocessor Data Book, Second Edition focuses on the available types of microprocessors and microcomputers, including description of internal architecture, instruction set, main electrical data, and package details of these instruments.

The book first elaborates on 4-bit and 8-bit microprocessors and microcomputers. Discussions focus on Advanced Micro Devices Am2900 series, Hitachi HMCS40 series, Motorola MC6801 and MC6803, Motorola MC6809 series, Rockwell R6500/1 series, and RCA 1800 series. The text then examines 16-bit and 32-bit microprocessors and microcomputers. Topics include Intel 80286 microprocessor, Motorola 68010, Texas Instruments TMS9980, Zilog Z8000 series, Motorola 68020 processor, and National 32032. The manuscript takes a look at other support devices, peripheral device controllers, and serial I/O devices, including Motorola MC6850 ACIA, Texas Instruments TMS9902 ACC, Thomson EFCIS EF9365/6, and floppy disk controllers.

The publication is a valuable source of information for computer science experts and researchers interested in microprocessors and microcomputers.

Table of Contents


Preface

1 Introduction

Architecture

Bus Systems

CPU Control

CPU Execution

Subroutines and Stacks

Interrupts

Memory

Input-Output

Word Length

Types of Device

Fabrication technology

Choosing a Microprocessor or Microcomputer

2 4-Bit Microprocessors and Microcomputers

AMD Am2900 Series

Hitachi HMCS40 Series

Matsushita MN1400/1500 Series

Motorola MC10800 Series

National COP400 Series

NEC μzCOM75x Series

OKI Series 40

Rockwell PPS4/1 Series

Texas Instruments TMS1000 Series

3 8-Bit Microprocessors and Microcomputers

General Instrument PIC1650 Series

Intel 8048 Series

Intel 8051 Series

Intel 8085A

SGS-Thompson 3870 Series

Motorola MC6800 Series

Motorola MC6801 and MC6803 Series

Motorola MC6802 Series

Motorola MC6805 Series

Motorola MC6809 Series

Motorola MC146805 Series

Mullard MAB8400 Series

National NSC800

MOS Technology MCS6502 Series

NEC μPD78k Series

RCA 1800 Series

Rockwell R6500/1 Series

SGS-Thompson ST9 Microcontroller

Zilog Z8

Zilog Z80

4 16-Bit Microprocessors and AMD Am29116 Microcomputers

Hitachi H8/300 Series

Hitachi H8/500 Series

Intel iAPX86 Series

Intel iAPX88 Series

Intel 80186/80188 Microcontroller

Intel 80286 Microprocessor

Motorola MC68000 Series

Motorola MC68008 Series

Motorola 68010

National HPC Series

NEC V20/V30 Series

NEC V25/V35 Microcomputer

Texas Instruments TMS9900

Texas Instruments TMS9940 and 9985

Texas Instruments TMS9980

Texas Instruments TMS9995

Zilog Z8000 Series

5 32-Bit Microprocessors

Hitachi HD641016 (H16)

Intel 80386DX

Intel 80386SX

Intel 80486

Motorola 68020

Motorola 68030

National 32032

National 32532

6 Risc Type Processors

Acorn RISC Machine (ARM) Processor

AMD AM29000

INMOS Transputer

Intel 80960 RISC Embedded Processor

MIPS R2000/R3000 RISC Processor

Motorola 88100 RISC Processor

Novix Forth Processor

Sun Spare RISC Processor

7 Parallel I/O Devices

Principles

IEEE488 Interface Bus

Intel 8255 PPI

Motorola MC6821 PIA

Motorola 68230 PIT

Zilog Z8420-PIO

Intel 8291 GPIB Listener-Talker

Intel 8292 GPIB Controller

Motorola MC68488 GPIB Interface

Texas Instruments TMS9914 GPIB Adapter

8 Serial I/O Devices

Principles

Intel 8251A PCI

Intersil IM6402 UART

Motorola MC6850 ACIA

Motorola MC6852 SSDA

Motorola MC6854 ADLC

Motorola 68681 Dual UART

NEC μPD379USRT

Signetic 2651 PCI

Rockwell R6551 ACIA

Signetics 2661

Texas Instruments TMS9902 ACC

Zilog 8440 SIO

Zilog 8470 DART

9 Peripheral Device Controllers

Visual Display Controllers

Motorola MC6845

Motorola MC6847

Thomson EFCIS EF9365/6

Thomson EFCIS 96364

Floppy Disk Controllers

Disk Controller Data

10 Other Support Devices

Intel 8252 Timer

Motorola MC6840

Motorola 68901 MFP

MOS Technology 6522 VIA

Zilog Z8430CTC

Analogue Converter Device Data

Analogue Device Manufacturers

11 Development Aids

Single Board Computers

Backplane Bus Systems

Personal Computer Systems

Full Development Systems

12 Directory Of Manufacturers

13 Glossary Of MicroProcessor Terms

Details

No. of pages:
322
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Academic Press 1990
Published:
Imprint:
Academic Press
eBook ISBN:
9781483268705

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S. A. Money

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