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6801, 68701, & 6803 Microcomputer Programming & Interfacing

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6801, 68701, & 6803 Microcomputer Programming & Interfacing
6801, 68701, & 6803 Microcomputer Programming & Interfacing
Title 6801, 68701, & 6803 Microcomputer Programming & Interfacing
Author Andrew C. Staugaard, Jr.
Publisher Howard W. Sams & Co., Inc.
Pub Date 1981
Pages 348
ISBN
ISBN-13
Alibris
Language English
Format
Notes Edited by Larsen. Titus & Titus
Info Source Luis Fernández

From the Back Side: This book has been written to provide you with a detailed dis-cussion of íhe 6801 single-chip microcomputer and its various versions, the 68701 and 6803. The first chapter is a general dis-cussion on the 6801, 68701 and 6803 microcomputers. Software is covered in Chapter 2. The various i/o configurations and operating modes of the 6801, 68701, and 6803 are discussed in Chapters 3 and 4. Chapters 5,6 and 7 detail "how to use" the 6801, 68701, and 6803 infernal R/W memory, ROM (EPROM), timer, and serial Communications interface. In Chapters 8 and 9, you will learn how to interface the 6801 to switches, key-boards, displays, digital-to-analog converters, and analog-to-digital converters, Specific temperature monitoring, automo-bile, and data-acquisition applications are provided in Chapter 9. Review questions and answers are provided at the end of each chapter to test the reader on the material presented in that chapter. Three appendices are featured in the book. They cover the 6801/68701 and 6803 Instruction Set, Specifications Sheets, and the LILbug Monitor.

Is Part of: The Blacksburg Continuing EducationTM Series

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