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8088 and 8086 Microprocessors, The: Programming Interfacing, Software, Hardware, and Applications, 3/e

Walter A. Triebel, Intel Corporation
Avtar Singh, San Jose State University

Published June, 1999 by Prentice Hall Career & Technology

Copyright 2000, 978 pp.
Cloth
ISBN 0-13-010560-0


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Summary

For one-semester courses in Microprocessors. This text provides a systems-level understanding of the 80X86 microprocessor and its hardware and software. Equal emphasis is given to both assembly language software and microcomputer circuit design.

Features


NEW—Totally new chapters on assembly language programming and memory devices, circuits, and subsystem design—Includes new or expanded coverage of:
—program and data-storage memory circuitry
—FLASH memory
—wait-state circuitry for the memory/IO interface
—core and special-purpose I/O interfaces
—the 80486 and Pentium® processor families
—the newest Pentium® processor family members
—enhancements to the real-mode instruction set of the Pentium® processor
—the Pentium® processor's interface signals and bus cycles
—dynamic bus sizing for the memory interface
—additional 80486 family members.

  • Familiarizes students with the latest technology, better preparing them for the workforce.
NEW—Updated coverage—Features discussions that have been updated to reflect version 6.11 of the Microsoft Macro Assembler; newer high density memories and CMOS peripheral devices; and more.
NEW—Streamlined presentation— Reorganizes coverage of software architecture and assembly language programming to make the chapters more concise.
  • Frees up class time, allowing instructors to cover recent technology advances.
Systems approach to the essentials—Develops the basic concepts of assembly language program development, microcomputer circuits, and interfacing techniques based on the 8088 and 8086 microprocessors and their microcomputer systems.
  • Builds a solid foundation from which students can develop further as they gain more experience.
Intel and Pentium®—Covers the Intel architecture microprocessor families: 8088, 8086, 80286, 80386, 80486, and the latest Pentium® processors.
  • Provides detailed coverage up to the latest family members, and shows students how the later processors' software and hardware architecture differ from that of earlier family members.
Debugging—Illustrates commands of the DEBUG program and how to assemble, disassemble, load, save, execute, and debug programs on the IBM PC.
  • Provides students with critical job skills.
Inside the instruction set—Introduces the contents of the 8088's instruction set.
  • Demonstrates to students their use in writing practical programs.
Practical implementation techniques—Covers the use of latches, transceivers, buffers, and programmable logic devices in the memory and I/O interfaces of the microcomputer system.
  • Shows how concepts such as 32-bit addition and subtraction, masking of bits, and branches and loops, and program structures are implemented in software.
Practical applications—Demonstrates applications such as moving and searching a block of data, initializing a block of memory, generating a time delay, producing an output pulse, polling a switch, sending characters to a parallel printer, sending characters through a serial communication interface, and servicing an interrupt.
  • Students learn to plan, write, and test software solutions for real applications.
Practical circuits—Includes circuits for implementing memory, I/O, and interrupt interfaces.
  • Shows actual circuits used in the design of microcomputer systems, including those of the original IBM PC.
Software development tools—Illustrates the use of Microsoft's 80X86 macroassembler and other PC-based software tools to create a source program, assemble a program, and link assembly language modules into a program.
  • Gives students experience using software development tools that are widely used in industry.
Memory coverage—Offers extensive coverage of EPROM, RAM, and FLASH memory ICs and their use in the design of program storage, data storage, and cache memory subsystems.
  • Builds a solid understanding of the role of the various types of memory in the modern microcomputer system.
Control circuits—Includes material on LSI peripheral ICs, such as the 82C55A input/output interface, 82C54 interval timer, 82C37A DMA controller, 8250/16450 serial communication controller, and 8279 keyboard/display controller.
  • Provides a thorough understanding of the kinds of interfaces needed in the microcomputer system and the types of solutions that are available.
Numerous examples—Includes more than 100 examples.
  • Helps to illustrate program concepts, operation of instructions, and writing of programs.


Table of Contents
    1. Introduction to Microprocessors and Microcomputers.
    2. Software Architecture of the 8088 and 8086 Microprocessors.
    3. 8088/8086 Instruction Set, Machine Codes, and Addressing Modes.
    4. The DEBUG, A Software Development Program for the PC.
    5. 8088/8086 Microprocessor Programming 1.
    6.8088/8086 Microprocessor Programming 2.
    7. Assembly Language Program Development with MASM.
    8. The 8088 and 8086 Microprocessors and Their Memory and Input/Output Interfaces.
    9. Memory Devices, Circuits, and Subsystem Design.
    10. Input/Output Interface Circuits and LSI Peripheral Devices.
    11. Interrupt Interface of the 8088 and 8086 Microprocessors.
    12. IBM PC Microcomputer Hardware.
    13. PC Bus Interfacing, Circuit Construction, Testing, and Troubleshooting.
    14. Real-Mode Software and Hardware Architecture of the 80286 Microprocessor.
    15. The 80386, 80486, and Pentium® Processor Families: Software Architecture.
    16. The 80386, 80486, and Pentium® Processor Families: Hardware Architecture.
    Answers to Selected Review Problems.
    Bibliography.
    Index.


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