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Advanced 8-Bit Microprocessor MC6809
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|Advanced 8-Bit Microprocessor MC6809|
|Title||Advanced 8-Bit Microprocessor MC6809|
|Author||Robert J. Simpson & Raveendran Paramesran|
|Info Source||Luis Fernández|
This is a guide to understanding the software and hardware aspects of microprocessors, and the design and testing aspects of microprocessor-based systems. It is designed for students, engineers and electronic/computer technicians, and the focus is on the theory and applications of the 8-bit microprocessor, using the Motorola MC6809 as a model example. The chapters contain illustrative worked examples to aid understanding of the material presented, and a range of problems with their worked solutions are also included. The knowledge gained from this text should enable students to design, construct, test and evaluate their own MC6809 microprocessor systems for any desired specifications.