Computer Organisation and Microprocessors

Student Price : Rs.175

Student Dollar Price : 7$

Book Edition : First

Year of Publication : 2002

No. Of Pages : 234

Book Weight :0

About The Book

This book systematically presents the digital fundamentals, computer organization and microprocessor-8085. The book is divided into six chapters viz., the basic building blocks, basic structure of computers, control unit, memory and peripheral devices, introduction to microprocessor-8085 and assembly language programming of 8085. Each chapter begins with a well-defined set of learning objectives and ends with review questions.

Special Features

  • Exclusive designing of combinational and sequential logic circuits.

  • Numerous examples to illustrate the concepts.

  • Diagrams, tables and expressions enhance the clarity.

  • Illustrative Programs have been tested in the laboratory.

  • Exhaustive discussion of previous and model question papers.

  • Laboratory experiments have been discussed in detail.

Book Content of Computer Organisation and Microprocessors

Chapter 1 BASIC BUILDING BLOCKS

Chapter 2 BASIC STRUCTURE OF COMPUTERS

Chapter 3 CONTROL UNIT

Chapter 4 MEMORY AND PERIPHERAL DEVICES

Chapter 5 INTRODUCTION TO MICROPROCESSOR - 8085

Chapter 6 ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE PROGRAMMING - 8085

APPENDIX - I (8085 Instruction Set Reference)

APPENDIX - II (Look up Table)

APPENDIX - III (Solution to Previous Question Papers)

BIBLIOGRAPHY

INDEX

About The Author

S. Siddaraju is a Lecturer in Electronics in Sri Bhagawan Mahaveer Jain College, V.V. Puram, Bangalore - 04. He obtained his B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees inElectronics from the University of Mysore. He has been teaching courses in analog and digital electronic circuits and systems, network analysis and synthesis, communication, microprocessors, computer organisation. His area of interest include digital signal processing, parallel processing, digital image processing, computer architecture, advanced microprocessors, microcontrollers, planning and development of assembly language programming laboratories. 

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