Introduction to microprocessors , Electrical Engineering

INTRODUCTION TO MICROPROCESSORS

In this  world of computers where every  fields requires  automation, knowledge of  microprocessor as subject is  essential. Before  learning  details of  microprocessor basic  knowledge of some  other subjects is  required. In this chapter  fundamentals of  those  subjects  are revised  for quick reference. Many  commonly  used  terms  associated to microprocessor  sors are also defined  in this  chapter.

 

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