8051 Microcontroller Architecture, Programming And Application
It is written for the individual who wishes to learn the Microcontroller. The material in this book is appropriate for an introductory course in digital logic in either a computer or an electronic program. It is also appropriate for the self study and as reference for individuals working in this field.
At the end of each chapter have review questions, called self tests, which are intended to be a self check of key ideas and concepts. In any subject area, there are many terms and concepts to be learned.
Every major concept is worked out through examples, to a numerical conclusion. The student can work any example to test the validity of the concept and draw their own conclusions. In addition to the numerous examples, each chapter concludes with a wide variety of questions.
This book aims at providing the students with the understanding of the basic operating principles of microcontroller. A text should be sufficiently clear to enable the reader to understand the material well by its reading with realism.
Audience of the Book :
The book is intended for introductory microcontroller courses at the under graduate level in technology and engineering. Author being a teacher in the field of computer science, strongly recommend this book to every electronics and computer science students. The questions at the end of the chapters not only clearly underline the author’s experience and sound theoretical knowledge, but also indicate her deep commitment to the subject. This book will be boon to the microcontroller beginners and experts.
The main features of the book are as follows:
All topics have been explained in simple language with illustrations, block diagrams, specifications, applications, comparative table and examples.
Summary has been added at the end of the each chapter and besides the review questions, the objective type questions and numerical questions have been given to help the students.
Table of Contents:
Chapter 1. Microprocessor and Microcontroller
Chapter 2. Number System
Chapter 3. The 8051 Architecture
Chapter 4. Moving Data
Chapter 5. Logical Operations
Chapter 6. Arithmetic Operations
Chapter 7. Jump and Call Operations
Chapter 8. The 8255 ProgrammableI/O Interface
Chapter 9. 8051 Application
Chapter 10. Program