Troubleshooting Microprocessor-Based Systems


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Troubleshooting Microprocessor-Based Systems
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Introduction to Microprocessors and Microprocessor-Based Systems By the early 1970s, progress on integrated circuits (ICs) had become advanced enough that all the circuits of a simple computer central processing unit (CPU) could be placed on one chip. Because of their small size, such chips were dubbed "microprocessors." Small portable computing machines such as calculators could now be made using these devices, and they were developed around the same time. Most computer designers envisioned using these small chips in the development of m…
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Daniel R. Tomal, Ph.D.; Aram S. Agajanian, Ph.D.: Electronic Troubleshooting, Fourth Edition. Troubleshooting Microprocessor-Based Systems, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2014), AccessEngineering Export