8051 Microcontroller

ISBN-10: 0137800088
ISBN-13: 9780137800087
Edition: 3rd 1999 (Revised)
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Description: For sophomore/junior-level courses on Microprocessors, Embedded Control Systems, and Microprocessor Interfacing. Emphasizing architecture and programming (rather than electrical details), this text examines the hardware and software features of the  More...

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Book details

List price: $83.20
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 1999
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 7/29/1998
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 366
Size: 7.75" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.782
Language: English

For sophomore/junior-level courses on Microprocessors, Embedded Control Systems, and Microprocessor Interfacing. Emphasizing architecture and programming (rather than electrical details), this text examines the hardware and software features of the MCS-51 family of microcontrollers. Comprehensive, clear, and concise, it starts at a rudimentary level What is a microprocessor? What is a microcontroller? and evolves to encompass complete, finished design examples using such software tools as the assembler (ASM51), the linker (RL51), and the object-to-hex conversion utility (OH). Along the way, students complete a hands-on, easy-to-build project a simple single-board, 10-chip computer that develops into a working prototype 8051 computer that can be used in the classroom or lab to demonstrate principles.

Introduction to Microcontrollers
Introduction
Terminology
The Central Processing Unit
Semiconductor Memory: RAM and ROM
The Buses: Address, Data, and Control
Input/Output Devices
Mass Storage Devices
Human Interface Devices
Control/Monitor Devices
Programs: Big and Small
Micros, Minis, and Mainframes
Microprocessors vs. Microcontrollers
Hardware Architecture
Applications
Instruction Set Features
New Concepts
Gains and Losses: A Design Example
Problems
Hardware Summary
MCS-51 Family Overview
Once Around the Pins
Port 0
Port 1
Port 2
Port 3
PSEN (Program Store Enable)
ALE (Address Latch Enable)
EA (External Access)
RST (Reset)
On-Chip Oscillator Inputs
Power Connections
I/O Port Structure
Timing and the Machine Cycle
Memory Organization
General-Purpose RAM
Bit-Addressable RAM
Register Banks
Special Function Registers
Program Status Word
B Register
Stack Pointer
Data Pointer
Port Registers
Timer Registers
Serial Port Registers
Interrupt Registers
Power Control Register
External Memory
Accessing External Code Memory
Accessing External Memory
Address Decoding
Overlapping the External Code and Data Spaces
8032/8052 Enhancements
Reset Operation
Summary
Problems
Instruction Set Summary
Introduction
Addressing Modes
Register Addressing
Direct Addressing
Indirect Addressing
Immediate Addressing
Relative Addressing
Absolute Addressing
Long Addressing
Indexed Addressing
Instruction Types
Arithmetic Instructions
Logical Instructions
Data Transfer Instructions
Boolean Instructions
Program Branching Instructions
Summary
Problems
Timer Operation
Introduction
Timer Mode Register (TMOD)
Timer Control Register (TCON)
Timer Modes and the Overflow Flag
13-Bit Timer Mode (Mode 0)
16-Bit Timer Mode (Mode 1)
8-Bit Auto-Reload Mode (Mode 2)
Split Timer Mode (Mode 3)
Clocking Sources
Interval Timing
Event Counting
Starting, Stopping, and Controlling the Timers
Initializing and Accessing Timer Registers
Reading a Timer "on the Fly"
Short, Medium, and Long Intervals
Producing Exact Frequencies
Eliminating Round-off Errors
Compensating for Overhead Due to Instructions
8052 Timer 2
Auto-Reload Mode
Capture Mode
Baud Rate Generation
Summary
Problems
Serial Port Operation
Introduction
Serial Communication
Serial Port Buffer Register (SBUF)
Serial Port Control Register (SCON)
Modes of Operation
8-Bit Shift Register (Mode 0)
8-Bit UART with Variable Baud Rate (Mode 1)
9-Bit UART with Fixed Baud Rate (Mode 2)
9-Bit UART with Variable Baud Rate (Mode 3)
Full Duplex Serial Communication: Issues
Initialization and Accessing Serial Port Registers
Receiver Enable
The Ninth Data Bit
Adding a Parity Bit
Interrupt Flags
Multiprocessor Communications
Serial Port Baud Rates
Using Timer 1 as the Baud Rate Clock
Summary
Problems
Interrupts
Introduction
8051 Interrupt Organization
Enabling and Disabling Interrupts
Interrupt Priority
Polling Sequence
Processing Interrupts
Interrupt Vectors
Program Design Using Interrupts
Small Interrupt Service Routines
Large Interrupt Service Routines
Timer Interrupts
Serial Port Interrupts
External Interrupts
Interrupt Timings
Summary
Problems
Assembly Language Programming
Introduction
Assembler Operation
Pass One
Pass Two
Assembly Language Program Format
Label Field
Mnemonic Field
Operand Field
Comment Field
Special Assembler Symbols
Indirect Address
Immediate Data
Data Address
Bit Address
Code Address
Generic Jumps and Calls
Assemble-Time Expression Evaluation
Number Bases
Character Strings
Arithmetic Operators
Logical Operators
Special Operators
Relational Operators
Expression Examples
Operator Precedence
Assembler Directives
Assembler State Control
Symbol Definition
Storage Initialization/Reservation
Program Linkage
Segment Selection Directives
Assembler Controls
Linker Operation
Annotated Example: Linking Relocatable Segments and Modules
ECHO.LST
IO.LST
Example.M51
Macros
Parameter Passing
Local Labels
Repeat Operations
Control Flow Operations
Summary
Problems
8051 C Programming
Introduction
Advantages and Disadvantages of 8051 C
8051 C Compilers
Data Types
Memory Types and Models
Arrays
Structures
Pointers
A Pointer's Memory Type
Typed Pointers
Untyped Pointers
Functions
Parameter Passing
Return Values
Some 8051 C Examples
The First Program
Timers
Serial Port
Interrupts
Summary
Problems
Program Structure and Design
Introduction
Advantages and Disadvantages of Structured Programming
The Three Structures
Statements
The Loop Structure
The Choice Structure
Pseudo Code Syntax
Assembly Language Programming Style
Labels
Comments
Comment Blocks
Saving Registers on the Stack
The Use of Equates
The Use of Subroutines
Program Organization
8051 C Programming Style
Comments
The Use of Defines
The Use of Functions
The Use of Arrays and Pointers
Program Organization
Summary
Problems
Tools and Techniques for Program Development
Introduction
The Development Cycle
Software Development
Hardware Development
Integration and Verification
Software Simulation
Hardware Emulation
Execution from RAM
Execution from EPROM
The Factory Mask Process
Commands and Environments
Summary
Problems
Design and Interface Examples
Introduction
The SBC-51
Hexadecimal Keypad Interface
Interface to Multiple 7-Segment LEDs
Interface to Liquid Crystal Displays (LCDs)
Loudspeaker Interface
Nonvolatile RAM Interface
Input/Output Expansion
Using Shift Registers
Using the 8255
RS232 (EIA-232) Serial Interface
Centronics Parallel Interface
Analog Output
Analog Input
Interface to Sensors
Interface to Relays
Stepper Motor Interface
Summary
Problems
Design and Interface Examples in C
Introduction
Hexadecimal Keypad Interface
Interface to Multiple 7-Segment LEDs
Interface to Liquid Crystal Displays (LCDs)
Loudspeaker Interface
Nonvolatile RAM Interface
Input/Output Expansion
RS232 (EIA-232) Serial Interface
Centronics Parallel Interface
Analog Output
Analog Input
Interface to Sensors
Interface to Relays
Stepper Motor Interface
Problems
Example Student Projects
Introduction
Home Security System
Project Description
System Specifications
System Design
Software Design
Elevator System
Project Description
System Specifications
System Design
Software Design
Tic-Tac-Toe
Project Description
System Specifications
Software Design
Calculator
Project Description
System Specifications
Software Design
Micromouse
Project Description
System Specifications
System Design
Software Design
A Soccer-Playing Robot
Project Description
System Specifications
System Design
Software Design
A Smart Card Application
Basic Security Concepts
Project Description
System Specifications
Software Design
Summary
Problems
8051 Derivatives
Introduction
MCS-151 and MCS-251
Microcontrollers with Flash Memory and NVRAM
Microcontrollers with ADCs and DACs
High-Speed Microcontrollers
Network Microcontrollers
Secure Microcontrollers
Summary
Problems
Appendices
Quick Reference Chart
Opcode Map
Instruction Definitions
Special Function Registers
8051 Data Sheet
ASCII Code Chart
MON51-An 8051 Monitor Program
A Guide to Keil's [mu] Vision2 IDE
A Guide to the 8052 Simulator
The Advanced Encryption Standard
Sources of 8051 Development Products
Bibliography
Index

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