Data bus - bus organisation , Electrical Engineering

Data bus

The data  bus is the  group of 8 bit   used  to carry data. There  line are  bidirectional data can flow  in both  directions i e form  microprocessor to  peripherals and peripherals to microprocessor.  These data line are identified by D7 -D0 since  the size  of data bus  is of  8 bit  the 8085 microprocessor  is called  8 bit  microprocessor.

Posted Date: 4/4/2013 3:09:05 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Data bus - bus organisation , Assignment Help, Ask Question on Data bus - bus organisation , Get Answer, Expert's Help, Data bus - bus organisation Discussions

Write discussion on Data bus - bus organisation
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Q. What do you mean by Phase Sequence? It is standard practice in the United States to designate the phase A-B-C such that under balanced conditions the voltage and current in

How clock signal is generated in 8086?what is the maximum internal clock frequency of 8086? Clock input 33% square wave from external clock generator .the external clock genera

Show that the infiltration volume estimated using Horton's infiltration equation between times t1 and t2 is given by; F =f c (t 2 -t 1 )+(f 1 -f c )(1-e -k(t2-t1) )/k Use the

Consider an RLC series circuit excited by v(t) = V m cos ωt in the time domain. By using superposition, solve for the time-domain forced response of the resultant current through

what is finger voltage?

Q. A magnetic force exists between two adjacent, parallel current-carryingwires. Let I 1 and I 2 be the currents carried by the wires, and r the separation between them. Making u

What is meant by doping? Doping: Semiconductors in its extremely pure form are termed as intrinsic semiconductor such intrinsic semiconductor to which several suitable impur

Q. Describe about Boltzmann constant? The constant η in Figure (b) stands for the noise power spectral density, expressed in terms of power per unit frequency (W/Hz). Statistic

digital voltmeter working principle

The original 8086, which only had 1 MB of memory. This megabyte is dividing into low memory for IRQ tables, application memory and high memory.