You can't just look at the instruction set to program a powerful chip like the 6809; you've got to know more. In this book you will find all the information you need to get the 6809 working for you.
It covers the 6809 - inside and out. You'll learn how signals are handled within the chip itself and how to get them to control all essential I/O functions.
Whether you're a first-time or experienced programmer, this book will make it possible for you to use the 6809 to its fullest capacity.
About The Authors
Rodnay Zaks received his Ph.D in Computer Science from the University of California, Berkeley. A pioneer in the use of microprocessors for industrial applications, Zaks
has authored many best-selling books on microprocessors.
Since 1973, William Labiak has been involved with mini- and micro-computer applications. He received his Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University
of Illinois. Labiak is now working on the development of large computer networks for industrial control and scientific applications for alternative energy sources.
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