Book by Macenzie, MacKenzie, I. Scott
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Covers both the hardware and software aspects of the popular 68000 Microprocessor and its more enhanced versions--the 68020, 68030 and 68040. Students will also be introduced to common microprocessor interfacing techniques used in industry today.From the Back Cover:
\* U8586-2, Mackenzie, 68000 Microprocessor *\ Key Benefit: This comprehensive introduction/reference to common microprocessor interfacing techniques used in industry today focuses on both the hardware and software aspects of the popular Motorola 16-bit microprocessor -- the 68000 -- and its more enhanced versions -- the 68020, 68030, and the 68040. It describes a 13-chip 68000 single-board computer (the 68KMB) that can be prototyped by readers, and features a companion disk with several useful tools and utilities. Key Topics: Covers microcomputer concepts, the 68000 microprocessor, instruction set, assembly language programming, programming examples, exception processing, input/output, the 68KMB, interface examples, and beyond the 68000. The companion disk contains a 68000 cross assembler with linker/locator, conversion utility, terminal emulator for the host PC, a hex dump of MON68K, and source code for examples in book. Appendices include data sheets for continued reference, and a complete listing of the 68000 monitor program (MON68K). Market: For those interested in common microprocessor interfacing techniques and the Motorola 16-bit microprocessor (the 68000) in particular.
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Book Description Prentice Hall PTR. Paperback. Book Condition: Fair. Bookseller Inventory # G0130182664I5N00
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