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Microprocessor Fundamentals

Microprocessor Fundamentals - Second Edition
by Fred Halsall
published January 1987 by Hyperion Books
Paperback, 280 pages
isbn0273028200    (isbn13: 9780273028208)

This basic introductory text on microprocessors and their applications assumes little previous knowledge of computer hardware. The essential characteristics of microprocessors and their operating and application principles are provided with the minimum of electrical/electronic detail. In its considerably revised and updated second edition, the Intel 8085 is the basic reference. Students in technical colleges and universities will find the approach particularly suitable. Although the book stands on its own, the many program and application examples can be run directly on a microprocessor prototyping system, which makes the book suitable for a hands-on introductory course

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