Explain the programming of 8254 microprocesser, Electrical Engineering

Explain the programming of 8254 microprocesser.

8254 Programming:

All counters are individually programmed through writing a control word, followed with the initial count.

The control words permits the programmer to select the counter, binary or BCD count, model of operation, type of operation, which are read/write.

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