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8085 microprocessor

  1. 1. 8085MICROPROCESSOR
  2. 2. Features• 8 bit microprocessor(8085 microprocessor can read or write or perform arithmetic and logical operations on 8-bit data at time)• It has 8 data lines and 16 address lines hence capacity is 216 = 64 kB of memory• Cock frequency is 3 MHz• It requires +5V power supply.• It is a single chip NMOS device implemented with 6200 transistors.• It provides 74 instructions with five addressing modes.• It provides 5 hardware interrupt and 8 software interrupts.
  3. 3. Pin Configuration• 40 pins classified into6 groups:1. Data bus2. Address bus3. Control & status lines4. Externally generated5. Serial interface6. Power supply & clock
  4. 4. Pin Configuration cont…1) Address Bus (A15-A8 and AD7-AD0): The microprocessor 8085 has 16 bit address linesfrom A15-A8 and AD7-AD0. These lines are used totransfer 16 bit address of memory as well as 8-bit addressof I/O ports.2) Data Bus: The lower 8 lines (AD7-AD0) are often called asmultiplexed data lines.
  5. 5. CONTROL LINES• RD : Read: This is active low signal which indicates that the selected I/O or memory device is to be read and also is available on the data bus.• WR : Write: This is active low signal which indicates that the data on data bus are to be written into a selected memory location.• IO/ M : (Input / Output / Memory): This is used to select either Input / Output devices or memory operation. When it is high it indicates an I/O operation and when it is low, it indicates a memory operation.STATUS LINES• Status Pins (S1, S0): The microprocessor 8085 has two status pins as S1, S0 which is used to indicate the status of microprocessor or operation which is performed by microprocessor.
  6. 6. SPECIAL SIGNAL• ALE (Address Latch Enable): The ALE signal is used to enable or disable the external latch IC (74373/8212).• The external latch IC is used for the de-multiplexing of AD7-AD0 lines, i.e., it is used to separate the address and data from AD7-AD0 lines.• If ALE = 1/0 then external latch IC is enabled / disabled respectively.
  7. 7. Architecture 0f 8085 Cont… 8. Interrupt Control 1. ALU 9.Serial I/O Control 2. Timing and Control Unit 10.Address Bus 3. General Purpose 11. Data Bus Registers 4. Program Status word 5. Program Counter 6. Stack Pointer 7. Instruction Register and Decoder
  8. 8. PROGRAMMING MODEL OF 8085
  9. 9. REGISTERSThe Registers are of 8-bit & 16-bit size used for differentpurposes A- Accumulator – This is an special purpose register. All the ALU operations are performed with reference to the contents of Accumulator. B,C,D,E,H,L – General purpose registers. These registers can also used for 16-bit operations in pairs. The default pairs are BC, DE & HL.
  10. 10. F – Flag register – This register indicates thestatus of the ALU operation.PC – Program Counter – This is a 16-bitregister used to address the memory locationfrom where an instruction is going to beexecuted.
  11. 11. SP – Stack pointer - This is a 16-bit registerused to address the top of the stack memorylocation.Temporary register, W & Z – These registersare only used by 8085 and are not available forthe programmer.
  12. 12. ALU – Arithmetic & Logic Unit ALU of 8085 performs 8-bit arithmetic & logical operations. The operations are generally performed with Accumulator as one of the operands. The result is saved in accumulator register.Timing & Control Unit This unit works as the brain of the CPU and generates all the timing and control signals to perform all the internal & external operations of the CPU.Instruction Decoder & Machine Cycle Encoder Unit This unit decodes the op-code stored in the Instruction Register (IR) and encodes it for the timing & control unit to perform the execution of the instruction.
  13. 13. The 8085 Bus Structure The 8-bit 8085 CPU (or MPU – Micro Processing Unit) communicates with the other units using a 16-bit address bus, an 8-bit data bus and a control bus.
  14. 14. Over all structure Chip Selection A15- A10 Circuit8085 CS A15-A8 ALE A9- A0 1K Byte AD7-AD0 Latch Memory A7- A0 Chip WR RD IO/M D7- D0 RD WR
  15. 15. MPU Communication and Bus TimingFigure 3: Moving data form memory to MPU using instruction MOV C, A(code machine 4FH = 0100 1111) 20
  16. 16. Instruction SetBroadly classified into two types:  Based on word size: • One word- Opcode only (CMA, ADD B) • Two word- Opcode ,an operand (MVI A,32H) • Three word- Opcode, operand, operand (LDA 4200, STA 4500)  Based on function: • Data transfer group (MOV A,B; MVI A,32H;MOV C,4500) • Arithmetic operations (ADD B, SBI 32H,INC D, DEC B) • Logical operations (ANA B, ORI 05H, RLC, RAR) • Branching operations (JUMP, JMP, JNZ, JC, CALL, RETURN) • Machine control instructions (HLT, NOP,EI,DI,SIM,RIM)
  17. 17. ADDRESSING MODES• Immediate (MOV A,B ;ADD B; SUB E;ANA C)• Register (MVI A,05H;LXI B, 20AEH; ADI 05H;ORI 07H)• Direct (LDA 4500H;STA 7500H;IN 09H;OUT 70H)• Indirect (MOV A, M;MOV M,A;ADD M;ORA M)• Implied(implicit) (HLT; NOP;RST;RET)
  18. 18. Timing diagrams• The 8085 microprocessor has 7 basic machine cycle. They are1. Op-code Fetch cycle(4T or 6T).2. Memory read cycle (3T)3. Memory write cycle(3T)4. I/O read cycle(3T)5. I/O write cycle(3T)6. Interrupt Acknowledge cycle(6T or 12T)7. Bus idle cycle
  19. 19. Opcode fetch
  20. 20. Memory read and memory write
  21. 21. In/out read
  22. 22. Eg:
  23. 23. Eg:
  24. 24. PROGRAMMING WITH8085
  25. 25. 8-BIT ADDITION & SUBTRACTIONProgram: Program:MVI A, 04H MVI A, 06HMVI B, 06H MVI B, 04HMVI C, 00H MVI C, 00HADD B SUB BJNC LP1 JNC LP1INR C INR CLP1: STA 4500H LP1: STA 4500HMOV A, C MOV A, CSTA 4501H STA 4501HHLT HLT
  26. 26. 8 BIT MULTIPLICATIONMVIA, 00 HMVIB, 05 HMVID, 04 HMVIC, 00 H*ADD BJNC #INR C# DCR DJNZ *STA 9000 HMOV A, CSTA 9001 HHLT
  27. 27. 8 BIT DIVISIONMVIA, 04 HMVIB, 02 HMVIC, 00 H#SUB BINR CJNC #ADD BDCR CSTA 9000 HMOV A, CSTA 9001 HHLT
  28. 28. 16 –BIT ADDITION &SUBTRATION:Program:MVI B, 00 Program:LXI H, 1111 H MVI B, 00 HLXI D, 2222 H LXI H, 2222 H LXI H, 1111 HMOV A, L MOV A, LADD E SUB EMOV L, A MOV L, AMOV A, H MOV A, HADC D SBB DJNC # JNC #INR B INR B# MOV H, A #MOV H, ASHLD 9000 H SHLD 9000 HMOV A, B MOV A, BSTA 9002 H STA 9002 HHLT HLT
  29. 29. 16 –BIT MULTIPLICATION & DIVISIONProgram: Program:LXI B, 0000 H LXI B, 0000 HLHLD C100 H LHLD 9002 H XCHGSPHL LHLD 9000 HLHLD C102 H $INX BXCHG MOV A, LLXI H, 0000 H SUB E@ DAD SP MOV L, A MOV A, HJNC * SBB DINX B MOV H, A*DCX D SBB DMOV A, D MOV H, AORA E JNC $ DAD DJNZ @ DCX BSHLD 9000 H SHLD 9100 HMOV L, C MOV L, CMOV H, B MOV H, BSHLD 9002 H SHLD 9102 H
  30. 30. To find the greatest between two numbers: Program MVI B, 30H MVI C, 40H MOV A, B CMP C JZ EQU JC GRT OUT PORT1 HLT EQU: MVI A, 01H OUT PORT1 HLT GRT: MOV A, C OUT PORT1 HLT
  31. 31. Code conversion• ASCII to decimal• Decimal to ACSII• BCD to HEXA• Hexa to BCD• Hexa to binary

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