By Dr.-Ing. Thomas Flik, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Hans Liebig (auth.)
In the previous few years, a number of books on microprocessors have seemed out there. such a lot of them originated within the context of the 4-bit and the 8-bit microprocessors and their relatively easy constitution. even if, the techno-logical improvement from 8-bit to 16-bit microprossors resulted in processor parts with a considerably extra advanced constitution and with an accelerated performance and likewise to a rise within the procedure architecture's complexity. This books takes this development into consideration. It examines 16-bit micro-processor platforms and descrihes their constitution, their habit and their programming. the rules of machine or ganization are taken care of on the part point. this is often performed via a close exam of the attribute functionali ty of microprocessors. additionally the interactions among and software program, which are ordinary of microprocessor expertise, are brought. Interfacing ideas are one of many focal issues of those concerns. This puplication is geared up as a textbook and is meant as a self-teaching path on 16-bit microprocessors for college students of computing device technological know-how and communications, layout engineers and clients in a wide selection of technical and medical fields. easy wisdom of boolean algebra is believed. the alternative of fabric relies at the 16-bit microprocessors which are at the moment available to buy; however, the presentation isn't sure to an individual of those microprocessors.
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File are obtained through the strictly agrecd upon register symbols RO through R7. They allow the differentiation between processor intemal and external addresses and cannot be employed for the symbolic definition of memory addresses. We thus obtain the RIM bits coding for our example, and therefore the number of machine code words per instruction. 20). Depending on the structure of the assembler, the machine code obtained is directly produced in those sections of the memory that were defined by the ORO specifications.
_p_e_ran_d_ _ _ -----I 2. Direct Addressing (DA): The effective address is contained in the second or third instruction word: the operand is in the memory. g. MOVE RLLOCI or MOVE Rl,$A004. Memory ~--------------------------~ Operand ~------------~ ~------------~ 41 3. Immediate operand addressing (1M): The operand is contained in the second instruction word (immediate operand); it can only be the source. g. MOVE RI,#325 or MOVE RI,#LOC2. The symbol, which is LOC2 here, has to be defined by a value.
1. Register addressing (R): The effective address is in the REG field; the operand is in the register file. g. MOVE Rl,RS. _p_e_ran_d_ _ _ -----I 2. Direct Addressing (DA): The effective address is contained in the second or third instruction word: the operand is in the memory. g. MOVE RLLOCI or MOVE Rl,$A004. Memory ~--------------------------~ Operand ~------------~ ~------------~ 41 3. Immediate operand addressing (1M): The operand is contained in the second instruction word (immediate operand); it can only be the source.