Software Design for Microprocessors. John Wester, William Simpson, Texas Instruments.

Software Design for Microprocessors.

Texas Instruments, 1976; approx. 350 pages, each Section paginated separately; some diagrams, glossary.

Condition: Very good, creamcolored textured hardcover, title on spine and front cover; light rubbing and edgewear, some foxing and dustiness along top textblock and fore-edges. The binding is secure and tight, the pages are clean, unmarked.

Keywords: texas instruments 1976, microprocessors in the 1970s

Price: $10.00

Item Description

'At the time of this writing (1976) the term Microprocessor has become the new buzzword in the electronics industry. The manufacturers of digital integrated circuits have made the transition to large scale integration LSI, in which the number of gates per square unit of silicon continues to increase... ' (from the preface)

Sections include, basic concepts; How to Build Software (flowcharting, algorithm development, coding techniques etc); Support and documentation for software; Mechanics of programming;

Microprocessor Sample Design Problems -- TMS 1000 problem; TMS 8080 Problem; TMS 9900 problem; SBP0400 problem (each section includes problem statement, hardware definition, software development, example problem flow chart, coding, more).