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Note for Microprocessor and Interfacing - MPI By Srikrishna Thota

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INTEL 8255 T.Srikrishna, M.Sc,M.Tech,GVP college for Degree & PG Courses The Intel 8255 Programmable Peripheral Interface (PPI) chip is a peripheral chip originally developed for the Intel 8085microprocessor • • • • The 8255 has 24 input/output pins. These are divided into three 8-bit ports (Port A, Port B, Port C). Port A and port B can be used as 8-bit input/output ports. Port C can be used as an 8-bit input/output port or as two 4-bit input/output ports or to produce handshake signals for ports A and B. Handshaking signals are provided to maintain proper data flow and synchronization between the data transmitter and receiver The three ports are further grouped as follows: 1. Group A consisting of port A and upper part of port C. 2. Group B consisting of port B and lower part of port C. Eight data lines (D0 - D7) are available to read/write data into the ports or control register under the status of the RD’ and WR’ . The address lines A1 and A0 allow to successively access any one of the ports or the control register as listed below: A1 A0 Port selected 0 0 port A 0 1 port B 1 0 port C 1 1 control register The control signal ,chip select CS’ is used to enable the 8255 chip. It is an active low signal, i.e., when CS’ = '0', the 8255 is enabled. The RESET input is connected to the RESET line of system like 8085, 8086, etc., so that when the system is reset, all the ports are initialized as input lines The control register or the control logic or the command word register is an 8-bit register used to select the modes of operation and input/output designation of the ports. Operational modes of 8255 : There are two basic operational modes of 8255: • Bit set/reset Mode (BSR Mode).

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INTEL 8255 • T.Srikrishna, M.Sc,M.Tech,GVP college for Degree & PG Courses Input/output Mode (I/O Mode). The two modes are selected on the basis of the value present at the D7 bit of the Control Word Register. When D7 = 1, 8255 operates in I/O mode and when D7 = 0, it operates in the BSR mode Bit set/reset (BSR) mode: The Bit Set/Reset (BSR) mode is applicable to port C only. Each line of port C (PC 0 - PC7) can be set/reset by suitably loading the control word register. BSR mode and I/O mode are independent and selection of BSR mode does not affect the operation of other ports in I/O mode • D7 bit is always 0 for BSR mode. • Bits D6, D5 and D4 are don't care bits. • Bits D3, D2 and D1 are used to select the pin of Port C. • Bit D0 is used to set/reset the selected pin of Port C. Selection of port C pin is determined as follows: B3 B2 B1 Bit/pin of port C selected 0 0 0 PC0 0 0 1 PC1 0 1 0 PC2 0 1 1 PC3 1 0 0 PC4 1 0 1 PC5 1 1 0 PC6 1 1 1 PC7

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INTEL 8255 T.Srikrishna, M.Sc,M.Tech,GVP college for Degree & PG Courses As an example, if it is needed that PC5 be set, then in the control word, 1. Since it is BSR mode, D7 = '0'. 2. Since D4, D5, D6 are not used, assume them to be '0'. 3. PC5 has to be selected, hence, D3 = '1', D2 = '0', D1 = '1'. 4. PC5 has to be set, hence, D0 = '1'. Thus, as per the above values, 0B (Hex) will be loaded into the Control Word Register (CWR). D7 0 D6 0 D5 0 D4 0 D3 1 D2 0 D1 1 D0 1 Input/output mode: This mode is selected when D7 bit of the Control Word Register is 1. There are three I/O modes: 1. Mode 0 - Simple I/O 2. Mode 1 - Strobed I/O 3. Mode 2 - Strobed Bi-directional I/O Control Word Format • D0, D1, D3, D4 are assigned for lower port C, port B, upper port C and port A respectively. When these bits are 1, the corresponding port acts as an input port. If these bits are 0, then the corresponding port acts as an output port. • D2 is used for mode selection of Group B (port B and lower port C). When D2 = 0, mode 0 is selected and when D2 = 1, mode 1 is selected.

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INTEL 8255 • T.Srikrishna, M.Sc,M.Tech,GVP college for Degree & PG Courses D5 & D6 are used for mode selection of Group A ( port A and upper port C). The selection is done as follows • D6 D5 Mode 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 X 2 As it is I/O mode, D7 = 1. For example, if port B and upper port C have to be initialized as input ports and lower port C and port A as output ports (all in mode 0): 1. Since it is an I/O mode, D7 = 1. 2. Mode selection bits, D2, D5, D6 are all 0 for mode 0 operation. 3. Port B and upper port C should operate as Input ports, hence, D1 = D3 = 1. 4. Port A and lower port C should operate as Output ports, hence, D4 = D0 = 0. Hence, for the desired operation, the control word register will have to be loaded with "10001010" = 8A (hex).

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