8051 Microcontroller and Embedded System
  • 8051 Microcontroller and Embedded System

8051 Microcontroller and Embedded System

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8051 Microcontroller and Embedded Systems

Author: Deepa Ramane, H.R. Arvind, Varsha Bapat, Sampat Demse, Sanjay Gadakh

Price: Rs. 170

ISBN : 978-93-5016-425-9

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CONTENTS

1. 8051 Microcontroller block Diagram

1.1 Introduction

1.2 The 8051 Architecture

1.2.1 Registers

1.2.2 A and B Registers

1.2.3 Flags and Program Status Word (PSW)

1.2.4 Stack Pointer

1.2.5 Data Pointer (DPTR)

1.2.6 Program Counter (PC)

1.2.7 Control Registers

1.3 Input / Output Pins and Ports

1.4 Internal Memory

1.4.1 Internal RAM

1.4.2 Internal ROM

1.5 External Memory

1.6 Oscillator and Clock

1.7 Counters and Timers

1.8 Serial Data I/O Transfer

1.9 Interrupts

1.10 Instruction Set

2. Input/Output Port Programming

2.1 Introduction

2.2 Pin Description of the 8051

2.3 I/O Port pins and their functions

2.3.1 Port 0

2.3.2 Port 1

2.3.3 Port 2

2.3.4 Port 3

2.4 I/O Port Programming in 8051 (using Assembly Language)

2.4.1 Checking an Input bit

2.5 I/O Programming: Bit manipulation

2.5.1 Different ways of accessing the entire 8 bits

2.5.2 Single-bit addressability of ports

2.6 Interfacing of LED as indicator

2.6.1 Interfacing of 7-segment display using 7447 decoder as indicator

2.7 Interfacing a Temperature Sensor to the 8051

2.7.1 LM 34 and LM 35 Temperature Sensors

2.7.2 Signal conditioning and interfacing the LM 35 to the 8051

3. Timer and Counter Programming

3.1 Introduction

3.2 Programming 8051 Timers

3.2.1 Basic Registers of the Timer

3.2.2 Timer 0 Registers

3.2.3 Timer 1 Registers

3.2.4 TMOD (Timer Mode) Register

3.3 Mode 1 Programming

3.3.1 Operating Steps for Mode 1

3.3.2 Steps to Program in Mode 1

3.3.3 Values to be Loaded into the Timer Register

3.4 Mode 2 Programming

3.4.1 Steps to Program in Mode 2

3.4.2 Assemblers and Negative Values

3.5 Counter Programming

3.5.1 C/T? bit in TMOD Register

3.5.2 TCON Register

4. Serial Port Programming with and without Interrupts

4.1 Introduction

4.2 Interrupts in 8051

4.2.1 The Interrupt Service Routine

4.2.2 Enabling and Disabling Interrupts

4.3 Programming Timer Interrupts

4.3.1 Review of 8051 Timers

4.3.2 Using Timers in Mode 1 Operation

4.4 Programming External Hardware Interrupts

4.4.1 Level Triggered Interrupts

4.4.2 Edge Triggered Interrupts

4.5 Programming Serial Communication Interrupt

4.5.1 RS 232 – Serial Communication Standard

4.5.2 8051 Serial Port Programming

4.5.3 Serial Data Programming with 8051 for Transfer of Data

4.5.4 Programming 8051 to Serially Receive Data

4.5.5 Programming the Serial Communication Interrupt

4.6 Interrupt Priority in 8051

5. Real World Interfacing

5.1 Introduction

5.2 Parallel and Serial ADC

5.3 Parameters of ADC and DAC

5.4 Parallel ADC

5.4.1 Interfacing a Parallel ADC to 8051

5.5 Serial ADC Chip

5.5.1 Interfacing Serial ADC to 8051

5.6 Digital to Analog Converters

5.6.1 Interfacing DAC to 8051

5.7 Liquid Crystal Displays (LCD)

5.7.1 Interfacing a LCD Display to 8051

5.7.2 LCD timing for Reading and Writing Data

6. Embedded Systems

6.1 Introduction

6.1.1 History of Embedded Systems

6.1.2 Definition of Embedded System

6.1.3 Examples of Embedded Systems

6.2 Classification of Embedded Systems

6.2.1 Real Time Requirements

6.3 Software tools required for development

6.3.1 Embedded Software Development (Tool) Process

6.3.2 Integrated Development Environment (IDE)

6.3.3 Description of Software Tools required for the System Development