Lecturers: Professor T G Clarkson and Dr R E Reilly
If some images do not display completely, then follow the procedure below which
assumes that you have a local Netscape cache.
- Using the right mouse button, click on the image and select 'View Image'.
- A page containing only the image will be displayed.
- Select 'Reload' and the complete image will now appear (and is held in your cache).
- Select 'Back' to see the original page, now with a complete image.
- Repeat for as many figures are are required.
Introduction Information on the course
Lecture 1 From random logic to microprocessors
Lecture 2 Basic microprocessor structure
Lecture 3 Addressing memory
Lecture 4 Addressing modes and flags
Lecture 5 Bus cycles and internal operations
Lecture 6 Use of the stack
Lecture 7 Input and Output Interfaces
Lecture 8 Parallel Interface Adaptors (PIA)
Lecture 9 Counters, Timers and a PIA application
Lecture 10 Analogue to Digital Conversion
Lecture 11 Characters and Strings
Lecture 12 Serial Interfaces
Lecture 13 Assembly Language Programming
Lecture 14 Interrupts
Lecture 15 Interrupts (continued)
Lecture 16 Memory devices
Lecture 17 SRAM and DRAM
Lecture 18 Microcontrollers
Lecture 19 16/32-bit microprocessors and features
Lecture 20 16/32-bit microprocessor architecture and hardware
Hexadecimal and 2's complement arithmetic
Using the assembler and downloading programs
A graphical display of internal operations and bus cycles
Outline answers to January 1996 examination paper