This book serves as an
introduction to the field of microprocessor design and implementation. It is
intended for students in computer science or computer or electrical engineering
who are in the third or fourth years of an undergraduate degree.
lecture note explains the following topics: Designing a Microprocessor, Digital
Circuits, Combinational Circuits, Combinational Components, Implementation
Technologies, Latches and Flip-Flops, Sequential Circuits, Datapaths, Control
Units, Dedicated Microprocessors, General-Purpose Microprocessors.
This lecture note explains the following topics: Components of Microprocessor, System bus,
Microprocessor Architecture, Assembly Language Program, Stack and Subroutines, I/O interfacing, Advanced microcessor, Sun SPARC microcessor, ARM Processor.
Objective of this note is to explains the
internal operation, layout and underlying design principles of modern systems
containing advanced microprocessors. Topics covered includes: Early computing
devices, Moore's Law, Microprocessor advancement mechanisms, Semiconductor
processing, Latest processsing techniques, Packaging, Debug and test, Computer
architecture advancements, Computer components, Mass Storage, Long term data
storage, Processor design planning, Branch prediction, Microarchitectural units,
Caching -Pipelining, Performance measurement, Benchmarks , Error detection and
correction, Buses, Newer non-volatile technologies, LVDS signalling- Logic
design, Processor design layout, Microcontrollers, Development systems,GPU
Architectures, ARM processors, AMD processors, SUN Niagara processors.
The goal of this note is
for students to be able to design, troubleshoot, simulate, and execute working
AVR assembly and C language programs. Topics covered includes: Microcontroller
Fundamentals, Microcontroller Architecture, The AVR Addressing Modes, The AVR
Instruction Set, Memory Systems, Interrupts, and Timers, AVR Development Systems
and Development oards, Code Development with C, AVR Hardware Design Issues,
Hardware and software interfacing issues, Expanding the AVR’s I/O, Interfacing
A/D and D/A Converters, AVR Applications.
This note covers the following
topics: Basic Concepts of Microprocessors, Memory Map and Addresses, Memory ,
The three cycle instruction execution model, Machine Language, The 8085 Machine
Language, Assembly Language, Intel 8085 Microprocessor, The Internal
Architecture, The Address and Data Busses, Machine Control, Delays , Nested
Loops for Delay, Timing Diagram, Stack and Subroutines.
Microprocessor is a multipurpose programmable logic device which reads the
binary instructions from a storage device called ‘Memory’ accepts binary
data as input and process data according to the instructions and gives the
results as output. Topics covered includes: Microprocessors, Microcomputers
and Assembly Language, The Processors: 8086/8088- Architectures, Pin
Diagrams and Timing Diagrams, 8086 Instruction Set and ALP.
Author(s):Dr. M.R.Kabat, Dr.
A.K.Rath and Dr. S.Panigrahi, Veer Surendra Sai University Of Technology
This note covers the following topics:
introduction To Microprocessor And Microcomputer Architecture, Interfacing
Memory And I/o Devices With 8085, 8086 Microprocessor Architecture And
Operation, 8051 Microcontroller.
Surendra Sai University Of Technology
This note explains the following
topics: Basic Concepts of Microprocessors, Inside The Microprocessor, Memory
, Memory Map and Addresses, The three cycle instruction execution model,
Machine Language, The 8085 Machine Language, Assembly Language, Intel 8085
Microprocessor, The Internal Architecture, The Address and Data Busses,
Demultiplexing AD7-AD0, Introduction to 8085 Instructions, Data Transfer
Operations, Indirect Addressing Mode, Arithmetic Operations Related to
Memory, Manipulating Addresses, Logic Operations, Machine Control, Operand
Types, Addressing Modes, Counters and Time Delays, Nested Loops, Stack and
Subroutines, The PUSH Instruction.
note covers the following topics: Introduction to embedded system, Design
metrics, Definitions of general-purpose, single-purpose, and
application-specific processors, Introduction to Nios II processor, Programming
model, Instruction set categories, Instruction decoding, Two memory
architecture, Instruction execution sequence ,Superscalar and VLIW,