This reference provides a systems-level understanding of the hardware and software of the 80386DX microcomputer for microprocessor-based electronic equipment. Including scores of worked out examples, problems and helpful illustrations, the book provides coverage of the 80386DX microprocessor and microcomputer system implemented with the 80386DX and its LSI and VLSI peripherals. This systems approach includes extensive coverage of the microprocessor, architecture, assembly language programming and hardware interfacing techniques. The book introduces the contents of the 80386DX's real and protected mode instruction sets, demonstrates their use in writing practical programs and shows how to use the commands of the DEBUG program to assemble, disassemble, load, save and execute programs on an 80386DX-based PC/AT. It offers in-depth coverage of EPROM and RAM ICs and their use in the design of program and data storage memory subsystems and fully describes the architecture and hardware of a complete 80386DX-based microcomputer system based on the schematics of a PC/AT main processor board. The book also introduces high-interaction PC/AT compatible peripheral ICs and their use in the design of the PC/AT main processor board.
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For first and/or intermediate courses in microprocessors for electronics technology and electrical engineering. Covering the very current 80386 DX Microprocessor chip.
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Book Description Prentice Hall College Div, 1992. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX013249566X