Single-Chip Microcomputers, 1984 (Texas Instruments, Motorola, Zilog, Intel, Mostek, National Semiconductor). Paul Lister.
Single-Chip Microcomputers, 1984 (Texas Instruments, Motorola, Zilog, Intel, Mostek, National Semiconductor)
Single-Chip Microcomputers, 1984 (Texas Instruments, Motorola, Zilog, Intel, Mostek, National Semiconductor)
Single-Chip Microcomputers, 1984 (Texas Instruments, Motorola, Zilog, Intel, Mostek, National Semiconductor)

Single-Chip Microcomputers, 1984 (Texas Instruments, Motorola, Zilog, Intel, Mostek, National Semiconductor).

McGraw-Hill NY 1984, 231 pages, index, diagrams.

Condition: Very Good silver hardcover in Very Good silver, pink & turquoise dustjacket, titles in black on cover and spine; light shelfwear and a bit musty from long-storage; the binding is sound and secure, pages clean and unmarked.

Price: $10.00

Item Description

This comprehensive book discusses the theory of single-chip microcomputers, emphasizing how they differ from general purpose microprocessors. It then examines single-chip microcomputer architecture and programming , and provides designing examples by the technical staffs of Texas INstruments, Motorola, Zilog, Intel, Mostek, and National Semiconductor. Discussed are --

The TMS1000 and TMS7000 families of Texas Instruments; Motorola's MC6801 and MC6805 families; Zilog's Z8 family; the COP400 family of National Semiconductor; The Intel families MCS48, MCS51 and MCS96; Mostek's MK68200 microcomputer

Includes case study TMS7000 to speech synthesizer interface summary; history background of the Motorola families; Z8 architecture, instruction set, and future devices; History and overview of the microcontrollers from National Semiconductor; and much more.