The programming model of 8085 microprocessor , Electrical Engineering

The  programming  Model of 8085 Microprocessor

The programming  model  of 8085 microprocessor is  shown in figure  below in this  model  various 8 bit  and 16  bit registers are  shown.  Registers are actually a set of  flip flops. Registers  are used to store data temporarily for processing. Enormous data is stored in memory which  is on a separate chip  hence more time is consumed to access data  from memory  by the  microprocessor. Therefore  the data which need processing are  copied  into registers  within  microprocessor  to save  processing time.

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                                                         Figure Programming  model of 8085 Microprocessors

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