Microelectronic Systems 1 Checkbook provides coverage of the Business and Technician Education Council level 1 unit in Microelectronic Systems. However, it can be regarded as a basic textbook in microelectronic systems for a much wider range of studies. Each topic considered in the text is presented in a way that assumes the reader has little prior knowledge of electronics. The aim of the book is to provide an introduction to the concept of systems, to differentiate analogue and digital systems, and to describe the nature of microprocessor-controlled systems. An introduction to programming is provided in Chapter 6 in which simple programs are described. To enable practical experience to be gained, listings are provided for these programs to run on four different microprocessor systems. The four microprocessors chosen are the MOS 6502, Motorola 6800, National Semiconductors INS 8060, and RCA 1802. This book is designed for students seeking technician or equivalent qualification through the courses of the Business and Technician Education Council (BTEC), Scottish Technical Education Council, Australian Technical and Further Education Departments, East and West African Examinations Council, and other comparable examining authorities in technical subjects.(c) CONVENTIONAL PROBLEMS 1 Draw a block diagram of a microcomputer together with the interconnecting information ... Give examples of three peripherals used with microprocessor systems, and briefly explain the function of each. 6.
|Title||:||Microelectronic Systems 1 Checkbook|
|Author||:||R E Vears|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2013-10-22|