Microprocessor Interfacing and the 68000: Peripherals and Systems

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Addresses the components needed to interface a microprocessor system to the outside world, such as parallel interfaces, serial interfaces, disk controllers, and real-time clocks. Provides a stepping stone between the general course on microprocessor systems design and the real world, where interface design is crucial. Covers specific interface chips, from parallel port to multiprocessor and local area network types.

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