8085 Based System Design

Control Signals of 8085

Control Signals of 8085: The 8085 Microprocessor provides RD and WR signals to initiate read or write cycle. Because these Control Signals of 8085 are used both for reading/writing memory and for reading/writing an input device, it is necessary to generate separate read and write signals for memory and I/O devices. The 8085 provides IO/M …

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Latching Circuit

Latching Circuit: We know that AD0 to AD7 lines are multiplexed and the lower half of address (A0 – A7) is available only during T1 of the machine cycle. This lower half of address is also necessary during T2 and T3 of machine cycle to access specific location in memory or I/O port. This means …

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Input Output Interfacing Techniques

Input Output Interfacing Techniques: The most of the microprocessors support isolated I/O system. It partitions memory from I/O, via software, by having instructions that specifically access (address) memory, and others that specifically access I/O. When these instructions are decoded by the microprocessor, an appropriate control signal is generated to activate either memory or I/O operation. …

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Input Output Interfacing 8085 Microprocessor

Input Output Interfacing 8085 Microprocessor: Any application of a microprocessor based system requires the transfer of data between external circuitry to the microprocessor and microprocessor to the external circuitry. User can give information to the microprocessor using keyboard and user can see the result or output information from the microprocessor with the help of display …

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8085 Clock Circuit

8085 Clock Circuit: The 8085 has on chip clock generator. Fig. 4.1 shows the internal block diagram of the on chip clock generator. The internal clock generator requires tuned circuit like LC, RC or crystal, or external clock source as an input to generate the 8085 Clock Circuit. The internal T-flip flop divides the frequency …

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