The Intel Microprocessors by Barry B. Brey
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The Intel Microprocessors, written by Barry B. Brey, is a guidebook that provides a detailed overview of the Intel Microprocessor family. It presents a comprehensive picture of the programming and interfacing of Intel microprocessors, which are often widely used in control systems, electronics, and communications. The content, laid out in an organized format, covers several microprocessors, from the 8086/8088 to the most recent Pentium 4 and Core 2 processors. The book begins with an overall look at the microprocessor, including its architecture, addressing modes, programming, instructions, assembly language, I/O interface, interrupts, and more. The Intel Microprocessors also highlights key concepts such as programming the microprocessor using C/C++, software development for controlling application interfaces, and using the microprocessor in the real mode (DOS) and the protected mode (Windows). The conceptual content is complemented by detailed illustrations and relevant examples. This is the eighth edition of the book. It was published in 2008 by Pearson Education.
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