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Embedded Controllers: 80186, 80188, and 80386EX US$180.20

0134001362
Embedded Controllers: 80186, 80188, and 80386EX

Embedded Controllers: 80186, 80188, and 80386EX is the first practical text/reference that deals with the programming and interfacing aspects of the embedded microprocessor family that has gained wide applications in many areas of electronics, communications, and control systems. Using the Microsoft Macro assembler program (MASM), it develops many example programming applications using not only the 80186/80188 and 80386EX, but all the Intel family members from the 80486 through the Pentium Pro processor and contains hundreds of applications that can be executed on the personal computer using a student version of MASM from Microsoft.

804 pages, hardcover

Features

  • Explains the architecture of the personal computer system and its relationship to software and its hardware
  • Provides number systems and microprocessor data formats as a resource for students who have never been introduced to digital electronics or number systems
  • The architecture of the embedded microprocessor is introduced in the second chapter so the student can learn how to apply the software that follows in subsequent chapters
  • Explores the programming model -- both real-mode programming and protected modes -- of the microprocessor, embedded microprocessor, and the system architecture
  • Explains how each instruction functions with the Intel family of microprocessors and embedded microprocessors
  • Covers programming using the Microsoft macro assembler (MASM version 6.11)
  • Contains hundreds of applications that can be executed in the personal computer as long as the student has access to MASM
  • Covers not only the 80186/80188 and 80386EX, but all the Intel family members from the 80486 through the Pentium Pro processor
  • Explores the differences between the 80186/80188 and the 80386EX and compares any enhancements and additional features
  • Introduces the architecture of the 80186 and 80188 embedded microprocessors (versions AL, EA, EB, and EC)
  • Covers memory systems and memory system design with an emphasis on the 80186, 80188, and 80386EX embedded microprocessors
  • Covers, in depth, the details of basic Input/Output device interfacing with information and examples on all aspects of I/O interfacing
  • Explores advanced I/O techniques e.g., interrupts and direct memory access (DMA)
  • Features a detailed discussion of interfacing the arithmetic coprocessor to the embedded controller and programming
  • Provides examples that use the assembler program e.g., programming using DOS and BIOS function calls and the mouse function calls
  • Develops example projects -- with complete hardware and software details -- that illustrate the use of the 80186 and 80188 embedded controllers
  • Includes appendices covering the function of each instruction, examples, the binary machine code, clock timings, and the DOS, BIOS, and mouse interrupt functions
  • Lists objectives for each chapter
  • Provides chapter-end numerical summary/study guides
  • Provides questions and problems for each chapter with selected answers
  • Offers a supporting Internet web site
  • The 80386 EX embedded personal computer is introduced in the final chapter of the text, providing an important bridge to future applications

Contents

  • 1. Introduction to the Microprocessor, Embedded Controller, and Personal Computer
  • 2. The Architecture of the Microprocessor/Embedded Controller
  • 3. Addressing Modes
  • 4. Data Movement Instructions
  • 5. Arithmetic and Logic Instructions
  • 6. Program Control Instructions
  • 7. Programming with DOS and BIOS Functions
  • 8. Mouse, Disk, and Video Programming
  • 9. The 80186 and 80188 Embedded Controllers
  • 10. Memory Interface
  • 11. Basic Input/Output Interfacing
  • 12. Interrupts
  • 13. Direct Memory Access and DMA Controlled I/O
  • 14. The Arithmetic Coprocessor
  • 15. 80186/80188 Projects
  • 16. The 80386EX Microprocessor
  • Appendix A. The Assembler, Disk Operating System, Basic I/O System, Mouse, and DPMI Memory Manager
  • Appendix B. Instruction Set Summary
  • Appendix C. Flag Bit Changes
  • Index


This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 11 October, 2005.

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