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.
Categories: 1980's computers and computing, Biography and Company Histories, Computer Science, Computers and Society, Databooks, Handbooks, Manuals, General microcomputer and Misc. manufacturers, Intel, Motorola, Texas Instruments (TI), Electronic and Electrical Engineering, General Histories and References, Hardware, Home Computers, Personal Computers, Human-Computer Interaction, Microcomputers, Programming and Programming Languages, Assembly and Machine Language, General Programming, Philosophy of Programming
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Item DescriptionThis 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.