Interfacing techniques in digital design with emphasis on microprocessorsMaterial type: TextPublication details: 1988 Wiley New YorkDescription: xvi, 382 pages : illustrations ; 25 cmISBN:
- 621.398 KRU
|Item type||Current library||Collection||Call number||Status||Date due||Barcode|
|Books||Anant National University Central Library||Design||621.398 KRU (Browse shelf(Opens below))||Available||004043|
Microprocessors: An Introduction; Circuit and Electrical Interfacing Considerations; Bus Interfacing; Communications and Data Transfer; IBM Personal Computer Interfacing; Analog Interfacing to Microcomputers; Local Area Networks; High Level Programs; Appendices.
The techniques of interfacing microprocessors and digital systems to external devices are described in this book. The text addresses analog subsystems and software development as important considerations in interfacing, and considers the interface between digital electronic devices at all levels of scale. Interfacing inside and outside VLSI devices, as well as to peripherals of personal computers, are covered. Detailed design examples and numerous figures illustrate important concepts throughout the book. Specific topics covered include IBM PC and Intel 80386 microprocessor interfacing, interfacing automation protocol (MAP), local area networks (LAN), and software interfacing methods using the C language and PC/M86.