CS 601 Micro Processor and Interfacing RGPV / RGTU B.E. Computer Science & Engineering, VI Semester syllabus CS 601 Micro Processor and Interfacing
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B.E. Computer Science & Engineering, VI Semester
Course Syllabus : CS 601 Micro Processor and Interfacing
Course: CS 601 Micro Processor and Interfacing
RATIONALE: The purpose of this subject is to cover the underlying concepts and techniques used in Micro Processor and Interfacing. In this subject we cover the unique issues associated with designing, testing, integrating, and implementing microcontroller/microprocessor-based embedded systems.
PREREQUISITE: The students should have acquired fundamental microcontroller-associated programming skills using both the C programming language and assembly language
UNIT –I: Evolution of microprocessor, single chip micro computers, Micro processor Application, Microprocessor and its architecture, addressing modes, instruction, Instruction sets, Arithmetic and Logic Instruction, Program control instruction, Introduction – 8086 family, procedure and macros, connection , Timing and Trouble shooting interrupt, 80286, 80836 and 80486 micro processor system concept.
UNIT – II : Microprocessor Cycle, AIU, Timing and control Unit, Register data, Address bus, Pin Configuration, Intel 8086 instruction, Opcode and operands, limitation word size. Programming the microprocessor Assembly language, The Pentium and Pentium Pro Micro Processor with features, Pentium II, Pentium III and Pentium – IV Microprocessor with software changes. Instruction set for Intel 8086, Introduction Intimation and data formats, Addressing modes, Status flags, Symbols and abbreviations, programming of microprocessors, Assembly language, high level language, areas of application of various languages, Stacks, Sub routines system, software, commands in assembly language, software Development, Debugging program, Modular programming, Structured programming, Top-down, Bottom- up design , MACRO microprogramming
UNIT-III: Assembly language programming with Examples like Addition of 8/16-bit Binary number, subtraction of 8/16 bit binary number, Address partitioning, addressing mode, type of addressing mode, memory and I/o interfacing, Data transfer schemes, Interfacing device and I/o devices I/o ports, Basic I/o Interfacing MDS, Micro controllers, I/o processor and co- processors ,Microcomputer Development system, Single chip micro computers, intel 8748 intel 8051, inter 8096, intel 8049intel 2920/2921, I/o processor UPI-425,UPI-41,42, Co-processor, math processor math co-processor – 8087, 80287, 80387DX 803875x.
UNIT –IV: Bus Interface I/o port Addressing, decoding 8279, Programmable key board/display interface, 8254 Internal Timer, 16550 programmable communication interface A/D, 8259A Programmable Interrupt Controller, 8237 DMA Controller, Shared bus operation, disk Memory system Video display. ISA Bus, Extended ISA ( EISA) and VESA Local Buses, Peripheral Component Inter Connect (Pc I) Bus, Parallel Printer interface (LPT) Universal serial Bus (USB) Accelerated graphics port (AGP),Programmable Communication interfere 8251 VSART CRT Controller 8275, 6854, Floppy disk Controller 8272, I/o processor 8089.
UNIT – V: Memory Unit, RAM,SRAM, DRAM,ROM, PROM EPROM, EEPROM Nonvolatile RAM semiconductor Technology for memory, Shift register, Magnetic Memory, Tap, disc, main memory and secondary memory cache memory, program memory and Data Memory, Real and virtual memory Buses, memory Addressing capacity of CPU, processing speed of computer.