Hand shaking-microprocessor, Assembly Language

Hand shaking :

Handshaking, or 2-way handshaking, is 1 type of strobe operation. It typically involves 2 handshaking lines: an output line to denote when the board is ready and an input line that denote when the peripheral device is ready.  There are various handshaking protocols depending on the timing and the property of the handshaking lines.

 

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