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1 Advanced Microprocessors and Peripherals Second Edition (Soft Cover)

Ray, A. K.; Bhurchandi, K. M.
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New Delhi, Tata McGraw-Hill, 2008, Soft Cover, Very Good

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Very good condition. No interior writing or highlighting. Advanced Microprocessors and Peripherals Second Edition (Soft Cover) By Ray, Ajoy Kumar; Bhurchandi, Kishor M. : Product Details: Advanced Microprocessors and Peripherals Second Edition Low Price Soft Cover Edition With the advent of the first 4-bit microprocessor 4004 from Intel Corporation in 1971, there has been a silent revolution in the domain of digital system design, which has shaken many facets of the current technological progress. In the last 28 years the world has seen an evolution of microprocessors, whose impact on today's technological scenario is phenomenal. This evolution was possible because of the tremendous advances in the semiconductor process technology. The first microprocessor 4004 contained only ten thousand transistors while the component density increased more than threefold in less than a decade's time. Immediately after the introduction of the 4004, Intel introduced the first eight bit microprocessor 8008 in 1972; these processors were, however, not successful because of their inherent limitations. In 1974, Intel released the first general purpose 8-bit microprocessor 8080. This CPU also was not functionally complete and the first 8-bit functionally complete CPU 8085 was introduced in 1977. The 8085 CPU is still the most popular one amongst all the 8-bit CPUs. The 8085 CPU houses an on-chip clock generator and provides good performance utilizing an optimum set of registers and a reasonably powerful ALU. The major limitations of these 8-bit microprocessors are their limited memory addressing capacity, slow speed of execution, limited number of scratchpad registers and non-availability of complex instruction set and addressing modes. Another important point to be mentioned here is that 8085 does not support adequate pipelining or parallelism which is so important for enhancing the speed of computation. For example, the non-availability of any instruction queue in an 8085 CPU leads to a situation where the fetching of opcode and operands along with the execution takes place in an absolutely sequential manner. Soft Cover 725 pages. ISBN-10: 0070606587 ISBN-13: 9780070606586 
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