Robotics Book: 8051 Microcontroller: Architecture, Programming and Applications

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Book title: 8051 Microcontroller: Architecture, Programming and Applications

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Designed as a main or supplementary text for courses on microprocessors or microcontrollers. Packaged with a customized disk containing an 8051 assembler and 8051 simulator. Focuses on programming the Intel 8051 microcontroller, one of the most common microprocessors used in controls or instrumentation applications using assembly code. Text has been updated to include easier-to-read computer programs and more hardware interfacing. Instruction Set in the Appendix has been expanded. Prelimi

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  1. 11 of 14 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    A very good book. S/W rather than H/W bias., September 4, 1995
    By A Customer

    Published by West Publishing Company. St Paul, MN. ISBN 0-314-77278-2 Dewey 004.165-dc20 241 Pages. Soft cover. Includes 5.25in diskette with assembler and simulator. Chapters ======== 1 – Microprocessors and Microcontrollers. 2 – The 8051 Architecture. 3 – Moving Data. 4 – Logical Operations. 5 – Arithmetic Operations. 6 – Jump and Call Opcodes. 7 – An 8051 Microcontroller Design. 8 – Applications. 9 – Serial Data Communication. Appendices ========== A – 8051 Operational Code Mnemonics. B – How to Use the Assembler. C – how to Use the Simulator. D – The 8255 Programmable I/O Port. E – Control Registers. A recommended book for those who have previous assembly language experience and wish to get to know details relating to the 8051 microcontroller. While the internal architecture of the chip is covered in detail, external hardware and peripheral interfacing is not. Only the basic 8051/31 is covered, with little mention of the other variants available. There are extensive listings in the text, covering routines for handling keyboards and displays, as well as timing loops and communications. A large, clear typeface ensures that all of the listings are completely legible. The layout and presentation of the book is excellent, with a consistent, unambiguous style used throughout.

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