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6801, 68701, & 6803 Microcomputer Programming & Interfacing

Andrew C. Staugaard, Jr.

first edition, first print In English
ISBN: 0-672-21726-0 (Fennica) (HelMet) (Kirjastot.fi) (Library of Congress)
LCCN: 80-51716 (Library of Congress)
Publisher: Howard W. Sams & Co., Inc.
1980


This book has been written to provide you with a detailed discussion of the 6801 single-ship microcomputer and its various versions, the 68701 ad 6803. The first chapter is a general discussion on the 6801, 68701 and 6803 microcomputers. Software is covered in Chapter 2. The various i/o configurations and operating modes fo the 6801, 68701 and 6803 are discussed in Chapters 3 and 4. Chapters 5, 6 and 7 detail "how to use" the 6801. 68701, and 6803 internal R/w memory, ROM (EPROM), timer, and serial communications interface. In Chapters 8 and 9, you will learn how to interface the 6801 to switches, keyboards, displays, digital-to-analog converters, and analog-to-digital converters. Specific temperature monitoring, automobile, and data-acquisition applications are provided in Chapter 9.

Review questions and answers are provided at the end of each chapter to test the reader on the material presented in that chapter. Three apppendices are featured in the book. They cover the 6801/68701 and 6803 Instruction Set, Specifications Sheets, and the LILbug Monitor.

Table of Contents
 
Chapter 1 
Fundamental 6801 Concepts and Chip Structure11
Introduction
Objectives
General 6801 Features
6801 Expanded Chip Structure
Review Questions
Answers
 
Chapter 2 
6801 Software21
Introduction
Objectives
6801 Programming Internal Register Format
6801 Addressing Modes and Instruction Set
Examples
Review Questions
Answers
 
Chapter 3 
6801 Fundamental Operating Modes and Pin Assignments40
Introduction
Objectives
Single-Chip Mode
Expanded Nonmultiplexed Mode
Expanded Multiplexed Mode
Review Questions
Answers
 
Chapter 4 
Model Selection and Port Usage55
Introduction
Objectives
6801 Mode Selection and Additional Operand Modes
Peripheral Isolation During Mode Selection
6801 Port Access and Control
Examples
Review Questions
Answers
 
Chapter 5 
Using The 6801/68701/6803 On-Chip Memory76
Introduction
Objectives
6801 Memory Map
Using the On-Chip R/W Memory
Using the On-Chip ROM
The 68701
The 6803
Review Questions
Answers
 
Chapter 6 
How To Use the 6801 On-Chip Timer101
Introduction
Objectives
Timer Structure
Timer Examples
Review Questions
Answers
 
Chapter 7 
How To Use the On-Chip Serial Communications Interface (SCI)124
Introduction
Objectives
Serial Communications
Modes and Data Formats
SCI Internal Structure
SCI Operation
Review Questions
Answers
 
Chapter 8 
General Interfacing144
Introduction
Objectives
Interfacing With Switches and Keyboards
Examples
Interfacing With Displays
Examples
Interfacing With Digital-to-Analog Converters (DACs)
Some Real Products
Example
Interfacing With Analog-to-Digital Converters
Some Real Products
Review Questions
Answers
 
Chapter 9 
6801 Applications169
Introduction
Objectives
Serial Communication Via RS-232C
Temperature Monitoring Device
Automobile Applications
Remote Data Acquisition
Review Questions
Answers
 
Appendix A 
6801/68701/6803 Instruction Set189
Nomenclature
Definitions of Executable Instructions
 
Appendix B 
Specifications Sheets241
MC6801
MC6801L1/MC6801P1
MC6803/MC6803NR
MC1508L-8
ICL7109
NE5018
MC1466B
MC14584B
MNC6801/03 Port Expansion Application Note
 
Appendix C 
LILbug Monitor Description327
MC6801 Overview
LILbug Monitor Overview
Commands
Monitor Options
Hardware Requirementes
Index345



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