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8051 Tutorial

good tutorial with lot info on phillips chip

Introduction
 Introduction
Chapter 1 - Types of Memory
 Code Memory
 Internal RAM
 External RAM
 Special Function Registers (SFRs)
 Bit Memory
Chapter 2 - Special Function Registers
 What are SFRs?
 Types of SFRs
 Standard SFR Descriptions
 Non-Standard SFRs
Chapter 3 - Basic Registers
 The Accumulator
 "R" Registers
 B Register
 Data Pointer (DPTR)
 Program Counter (PC)
 Stack Pointer (SP)
Chapter 4 - Addressing Modes
 Immediate Addressing
 Direct Addressing
 Indirect Addressing
 External Direct Addressing
 External Indirect Addressing
Chapter 5 - Program Flow
 Conditional Branching
 Direct Jumps
 Direct Calls
 Return from Subroutines
 Interrupts
Chapter 6 - Low-Level Information
 Instruction Set, Timing, and Low-Level Info


Chapter 7 - Timers
 How Timers Count
 Measuring Time
 How Long do Timers Take to Count?
 Timer SFRs
o TMOD SFR
 Mode 0 - 13-bit Timer
 Mode 1 - 16-bit Timer
 Mode 2 - Auto-reload Timer
 Mode 3 - Split Timer
o TCON SFR
 Initializing a Timer
 Reading a Timer
o Reading a Timer Value
o Detecting a Timer Overflow
 Timing the Length of an Event
 Timers as Event Counters
Chapter 8 - Serial Port Operation
 Setting the Serial Port Mode
 Setting the Baud Rate
 Writing to the Serial Port
 Reading from the Serial Port
Chapter 9 - Interrupts
 Events that trigger Interrupts
 Setting Up Interrupts
 Polling Sequence
 Interrupt Priorities
 What Happens When an Interrupt Occurs?
 What Happens When an Interrupt Ends?
 Serial Interrupts
 Register Protection
 Common Bugs in Interrupts
Additional Features in 8052
 Introduction to 8052
 256 bytes of additional Internal RAM
 New SFRs for 8052's Third Timer
 T2CON SFR
 Timer 2 as a Baud-Rate Generator
 Timer 2 in Auto-Reload Mode
 Timer 2 in Capture Mode
 Timer 2 Interrupt
Reference
 8052 Instruction Set
 

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