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AN INTRODUCTION TO MICROPROCESSOR 8085 By Dr. D. K. Kaushik Principal, Manohar Memorial (P.G.) College, Fatehabad (Haryana) India Dhanpat Rai Publishing co., New Delhi

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AN INTRODUCTION TO MICROPROCESSOR 8085 Chapter 1 Evolution and History of Microprocessors 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Evolution/History of Microprocessors 1.3 Basic Microprocessor System 1.3.1 Address Bus 1.3.2 Data Bus 1.3.3 Control Bus 1.4 Brief Description of 8-Bit Microprocessor 8080A 1.5 Computer Programming Languages 1.5.1 Low-Level Programming Language 1.5.2 High-Level Programming Language Chapter 2 SAP – I 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Architecture of SAP – I Instruction Set of SAP-I Computer Programming of SAP-I Computer Working of SAP-I Computer 2.4.1 Fetch Cycle 2.4.2 Execution Cycle 2.5 Hardware Design of SAP-I Computer 2.5.1 Design of Program Counter 2.5.2 Memory Unit 2.5.3 Instruction Register 2.5.4 Controller-Sequencer 2.5.5 Accumulator 2.5.6 Adder-Subtractor 2.5.7 B-Register 2.5.8 Output Register Chapter 3 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 SAP – II Architecture of SAP-II Computer Instruction Set of SAP-II Computers Machine Cycle and Instruction Cycle Addressing Modes Instruction Types Flags Assembly Language Programming Delay Calculations Chapter 4 SAP – III 4.1 Programming Model of SAP-III Computer 4.2 Instruction Set of SAP-III Computer 4.2.1 Data Transfer Group 4.2.2 Arithmetic Group of Instructions 4.2.3 Logic Transfer Group 4.2.4 Branch Group

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4.2.5 Stack and Input / Output Instructions 4.3 Time Delay Introduced by a Register Pair Chapter 5 The 8085 Microprocessor 5.1 Architecture of 8085 Microprocessor 5.1.1 Register Section 5.1.2 Address Buffer and Address-Data Buffer 5.1.3 Arithmetic and Logical Unit (ALU) 5.1.4 Timing and Control Unit 5.1.5 Interrupt Control 5.2 Pin Description of 8085 5.3 Instruction Set of 8085 Microprocessor 5.4 Timing Diagram for 8085 Instructions 5.4.1 Timing Diagram of MOV reg, M 5.4.2 Timing Diagram of MOV M, reg 5.4.3 Timing Diagram of MVI reg, data 5.4.4 Timing Diagram of MOV reg2, reg1 5.4.5 Timing Diagram of MVI M, data 5.4.6 Timing Diagram of XCHG 5.4.7 Timing Diagram of LXI rp, dbyte 5.4.8 Timing Diagram of IN byte Chapter 6 Programming of 8085 6.1 Simple Progams 6.2 Progams on code conversion 6.2.1 BCD to Binary Conversion 6.2.2 Binary to BCD (Unpacked) Conversion 6.2.3 Binary to ASCII Conversion 6.2.4 ASCII to Binary Conversion 6.3 Progams on addition and subtraction 6.4 Progams to find largest or smallest number 6.5 Progams to arrange a given series in ascending or descending order 6.6 Program on Multiplication 6.7 Program on 8-Bit Division 6.8 Miscellaneous Programs Chapter 7 Interrupt Instructions of 8085 7.1 Methods of I/O Operations 7.1.1 Memory Mapped I/O 7.1.2 I/O Mapped I/O or Isolated I/O 7.2 Data Transfer Schemes 7.2.1 Programmed I/O Data Transfer 7.2.2 Interrupt Driven I/O Data Transfer 7.2.3 Direct Memory Access (DMA) Data Transfer 7.3 The 8085 Interrupts 7.4 Software Interrupts 7.5 Hardware Interrupts 7.6 Interrupt Control Circuit 7.7 Interrupt Instructions

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