A microprocessor is a multipurpose, programmable clock-driven, register-based electronic device that reads binary instructions from a storage device called memory, and accepts binary data as input, processes data according to those instructions, and produces results as output. It is an IC technology-based electronic device.

Introduction to Microprocessor - Microprocessors

In this “Introduction to Microprocessor - Microprocessors” you will learn about the following topics:

  1. Introduction to Microprocessor
  2. Block Diagram of a Microprocessor
  3. Arithmetic Logic Unit (ALU)
  4. Control Unit (CU)
  5. Register Unit
  6. Some Basic Terms Used In Microprocessor
  7. Review of Processor Bus Organization
  8. Types of Buses
  9. Address Bus, Data Bus, Control Bus
  10. Evolution of Microprocessor
  11. First Generation Microprocessor
  12. Second Generation Microprocessor
  13. Third Generation Microprocessor
  14. Fourth Generation Microprocessor
  15. Fifth Generation Microprocessor
  16. Applications of Microprocessor
  17. General Purpose Application, Special Purpose Application





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BCA 3rd Semester Microprocessors Notes Pdf:

  1. Unit II: Basic Computer Architecture - Microprocessors
  2. Unit III: Simple As Possible - 2(SAP-2) - Microprocessors
  3. Unit IV: Intel 8085 - Microprocessors
  4. Unit V: Instruction Cycle - Microprocessors
  5. Unit VI: Basic Input/output and Read/write Operation - Microprocessors
  6. Unit VII: Digital Interface - Microprocessors
  7. Unit VIII: Input and Output Interfaces - Microprocessors
  8. Unit IX: Overview of Intel 8086 - Microprocessors