Introduction of 8085 microprocessor :
Architectural Block Diagram, Schematic and Pin diagrams, Pin functions, Bus Organization, Internal operations and registers, Externally initiated operations, Serial interrupt and I/O Control, Timing and Control Unit, Microprocessor communication, Multiplexing of address / data bus, Generation of control signals, Memory interfacing – Absolute Vs partial Decoding, Timing diagrams and 8085 machine cycles
Introduction to Instruction set of 8085 :
Data Transfer Instructions, Arithmetic Instructions, Logical Instructions, Branching Instructions, Machine Control Instructions and application programs
Introduction to 8051 Architecture :
Comparing Microprocessors and Microcontrollers -The 8051 Architecture- Hardware- Oscillator and clock-program counter –data pointer-registers-stack and stack pointer-special function registers- memory organization-program memory-data memory -Input / Output Ports –External memory counter and timer-serial data Input / output-Interrupts
8051 Programming in Assembly and ‘C’ :
Basics of 8051 Assembly Language Programming-Structure of Assembly language- Basics of 8051 C Language Programming-Structure of C language, Assembling and running an 8051 program- Addressing modes-Accessing memory using various addressing modes- Arithmetic operations and Programs-Logical operations and Programs -Branching - I/O Port Programs - Single bit instructions and Programs –Timer and counter - and Programs
Interfacing with 8051 :
Microcontroller Interfacing - interfacing 8031/8051 with ROM/EPROM/RAM , Key Board – Displays interfacing - Pulse Measurement - D/A and A/D conversion- DC & Stepper Motor module interfacing with 8051
Introduction to Advance Microprocessors and Controllers:
8086,80286,80486,Pentium 4, Intel quad core, ARM 7, PIC
Microcomputer Systems, RAM / ROM, Memory mapped I/O vs I/O mapped I/O.
Difference between Microcontroller and Microprocessor.
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