Microprocessor Interfacing and the 68000: Peripherals and Systems


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This book deals with the components that are needed to interface micro-processor systems to the outside world. These components range from parallel and serial interfaces to disk controllers and real-time clocks. It shows how peripherals are employed and the difficulties encountered in using them, and guides readers in the use of manufacturers' data sheets. A range of interface chips from parallel port to multiprocessor interface and local area network is introduced. The book will help electronic engineers and technologists ...

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