The Intel 32-bit microprocessor : 80386, 80486 and pentium


Language: Anglais

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A thorough introduction to all hardware and software aspects of the Intel 32-bit microprocessors, including the Pentium chip. To accommodate the Intel family's diversity, coverage first concentrates on real-mode assembly language programming compatible with all versions of the Intel microprocessor family, and subsequently compares and contrasts advanced family members with the foundational 8086/8088. This building-block presentation is especially effective because the Intel family units are so similar that learning advanced versions is easy once the basics are understood. As with programming instruction, interfacing is first developed using the 80386/80486 with common peripherals, and more advanced interfaces are presented only after simple ones are explored.
1. Introduction to the Microprocessor and Computer.
2. The Microprocessor and its Architecture.
3. Addressing Modes.
4. Data Movement Instructions.
5. Arithmetic and Logic Instructions.
6. Program Control Instructions.
7. Programming with DOS and BIOS Functions.
8. The Intel Family of Arithmetic Coprocessor.
9. The 80386 and 80486 Microprocessors.
10. Memory Interface.
11. Basic I/O Interface.
12. Interrupts.
13. Direct Memory Access and DMA Controlled I/O.
14. The Pentium Microprocessor.
  • Input/Output systems described, interfaced, and programmed include: video, keyboards, timers, interrupt controllers, serial communications devices, DMA controllers, analog-to-digital and digital-to- analog converters, parallel printers and other parallel peripherals, stepper motors, pulse-width and motor DC controls.
    - also examined is the function of arithmetic coprocessors.
  • included is complete coverage, with examples, of the instruction sets for the 80386, 80486, and Pentium, as well as the arithmetic coprocessor instruction set.
  • coverage provides pin-for-pin descriptions of the 80386, 80486, and Pentium microprocessors, including pinouts and timing diagrams.
  • complete description of the use of the Microsofts MASM Assembler illustrates its use with over 200 e