The 8051 microcontroller and embedded systems
For engineering students and others interested in microprocessor applications where space, power, and rapid development are more critical than raw processing power, this textbook establishes a foundation for assembly language programming while comprehensively treating 8051 interfacing. Appends material on 8051 instructions, timing, registers, and 8501-based systems; technology and system design issues; flowcharts and pseudocode; an 805 primer for X86 programmers; ASCII codes; assemblers, development resources, and suppliers; and data sheets. Printed in an optically-friendly large font. The disk contains the lab manual in Microsoft Word with exercises in software programming and hardware interfacing of the 8051, and source codes in ASCII files for the text's programs.
Print Book, English, ©2000
Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, N.J., ©2000