The X 86 Microprocessors: Architecture, Programming and Interfacing (8086 to Pentium) 2e

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Publication : Pearson

Author : Lyla B Das

Publishing Year : 2014

Edition : 2

Pages : 888

ISBN : 9789332536821


This second edition of The x86 Microprocessors has been revised to present the hardware and software aspects of the subject in a logical and concise manner. Designed for an undergraduate course on the 16-bit microprocessor and Pentium processor, the book provides a detailed analysis of the x86 family architecture while laying equal emphasis on its programming and interfacing attributes. The book also covers 8051 Microcontroller and its applications completely.

Table of Content -



PART I: The x86 Microprocessors

Chapter 0: Basics of Computer Systems

Chapter 1: Architecture of 8086

Chapter 2: Programming Concepts - I

Chapter 3: Programming Concepts - II:

Chapter 4: Programming Concepts - III

Chapter 5: Programming Concepts - IV

Chapter 6: The Hardware Structure of 8086

Chapter 7: Memory and I/O Decoding

Chapter 8: The Interrupt Structure of 8086

Chapter 9: Peripheral Interfacing - I

Chapter 10: Peripheral Interfacing - II

Chapter 11: Peripheral Interfacing - III

Chapter 12: Semi conductor memory Devices

Chapter 13: Multiprocessor Configurations

Chapter 14: Advanced Processors-80286 to Pentium

Chapter 15: Microarchitectural Techniques of Advanced Processors

Chapter 16: Multi core processors

Chapter 17: Beyond Pentium-More advanced processors

Chapter 18: Atom SoC-Intel's High-end Embedded Processor

PART II: The 8051 Microcontroller

Chapter 19: The 8051 Microcontroller: The Programmer's Perspective

Chapter 20:  Programming the Peripherals of 8051  

Chapter 21: Interfacing External Peripherals to the 8051

APPENDIX A:  8086 16-bit HMOS Microprocessor 8086/8086-2/8086-1

APPENDIX B: Use of DOS and Debug Commands for MASM

APPENDIX C: Instruction Set and Instruction Timing of 8086

APPENDIX D: List of DOS and BIOS Functions

APPENDIX E: 80x87 Instruction Set (x87 — Pentium)



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