8085 is an 8-bit microprocessor as it operates on 8 bits at a time and is created with N-MOS technology. This microprocessor exhibits some unique characteristics and this is the reason it still holds popularity among the microprocessors.

INTEL 8085 - Microprocessors

In this “INTEL 8085 – Microprocessors” you will learn about the following topics:

  1. Introduction of Intel 8085
  2. Functional Units of 8085
  3. Registers, General Purpose Registers, Temporary Registers, Program Counter (PC), Stack Pointer (SP), Accumulator, Flags
  4. 8085 PIN Configuration
  5. Types of Bus
  6. Address Bus, Multiplexed Address/ Data Bus, Control and Status Signals
  7. Functional Block Diagram of 8085 (or Internal Architecture of 8085)
  8. ALU (Arithmetic Logic Unit), Timing and Control Unit, Instruction Register and Decoder, Register Array, Interrupts Controls, Serial Input/output Control, Address Buffer, Address/Data Buffer
  9. Intel 8085 Instruction
  10. Data Transfer Instruction, Arithmetic Instructions, Logical Instructions, Branching Instructions, Machine Control Instructions
  11. Instruction Format
  12. Opcode (Operation Code), Operand
  13. Addressing Modes
  14. Immediate Addressing Mode, Direct Addressing Mode, Register Addressing Mode, Register Indirect Addressing Mode, Inherent or Implied Addressing Mode, Stack Addressing Mode
  15. Interrupt
  16. Types of Interrupts
  17. External Interrupt, Internal Interrupt, Software Interrupt
  18. Basic Assembly Language Programming (ALP) using 8085 Instruction Sets
  19. Intel 8085 Assembly Language Programming Examples





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