This 12-part training series will help students understand the basic structure and processes of microprocessors. Upon successful completion of this series, students should have the knowledge required to proceed into 16-bit microprocessor studies.
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Basic Microprocessor: Number Systems & CodesSets a solid foundation in the codes that are used in microprocessors by teaching the binary, octal, hexadecimal, and decimal number systems.
Basic Microprocessor: Microcomputer BasicsExplains how circuits such as registers, counters, and decoders work together to perform simple tasks.
Basic Microprocessor: Computer MathTeaches students how to perform binary arithmetic, apply two's complement arithmetic, and manipulate binary numbers using logic operations.
Basic Microprocessor: Introduction To Programming/BranchingIntroduces the fundamentals of writing programs and explains how they are used by the microprocessor.
Basic Microprocessor: Introduction To Programming/AlgorithmsDemonstrates how programs are written to follow algorithms and direct the steps necessary to solve various problems.
Basic Microprocessor: 6800 MicroprocessorIntroduces the 6800 microprocessor.
Basic Microprocessor: 6800 MPU Stack Operation/SubroutinesIntroduces stack operations and subroutines, two more capabilities of the 6800.
Basic Microprocessor: 6800 MPU I/O Operations/InterruptsIntroduces input/output operations and interrupts.
Basic Microprocessor: Interfacing BasicsIntroduces some of the basic interfacing techniques used to make the MPU more useful.
Basic Microprocessor: Interfacing RAMs/DisplaysPresents additional interfacing techniques with which students need to be familiar.
Basic Microprocessor: Interfacing SwitchesIntroduces some interfacing techniques that are applied to switches.
Basic Microprocessor: Interfacing Peripheral AdaptersIntroduces students to interfacing microprocessors with displays and discusses the peripheral interface adapter.
Our DVDs are portable and easy-to-use. Training content is "chapterized," or organized by learning objectives to:
- Help with course navigation
- Enable training administrators to cover specific training points and conduct refresher training
- Facilitate classroom discussion.
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