For sophomore/junior-level courses on Microprocessors, Embedded Control Systems, and Microprocessor Interfacing. Emphasizing architecture and programming (rather than electrical details), this text examines the hardware and software features of the MCS-51 family of microcontrollers. Comprehensive, clear, and concise, it starts at a rudimentary level — What is a microprocessor? What is a microcontroller? — and evolves to encompass complete, finished design examples using such software tools as the assembler (ASM51), the linker (RL51), and the object-to-hex conversion utility (OH). Along the way, students complete a “hands-on”, easy-to-build project — a simple single-board, 10-chip computer — that develops into a working prototype 8051 computer that can be used in the classroom or lab to demonstrate principles.
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