To get absolute address, all remaining address lines A 1 —A 15 are used to decode the address for A. Share with a friend. It has gotten views and also has 4. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. The format of status word is shown wkth. Electromagnetic Relays in Interfacing.
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It takes data serially from peripheral outside devices and converts into parallel data. After converting the data into parallel form, it transmits it to the CPU. Similarly, it receives parallel data from microprocessor and converts it into serial form. After converting data into serial form, it transmits it to outside device peripheral. The data transmission is possible between and CPU by the data bus buffer block.
It controls the overall working by selecting the operation to be done. The operation selection depends upon input signals as: In this way, this unit selects one of the three registers- data buffer register, control register, status register. The following are active-low pins of Modem.
DTR: Data terminal Ready is an output signal. CTS: It is an input signal which controls the data transmit circuit. Transmit buffer — This block is used for parallel to serial converter that receives a parallel byte for conversion into serial signal and further transmission onto the common channel.
TXD: It is an output signal, if its value is one, means transmitter will transmit the data. Transmit control — This block is used to control the data transmission with the help of following pins: TXRDY: It means transmitter is ready to transmit data character. TXC: An active-low input pin which controls the data transmission rate of transmitted data.
Receive buffer — This block acts as a buffer for the received data. RXD: An input signal which receives the data. Receive control — This block controls the receiving data. RXC: An active-low input signal which controls the data transmission rate of received data. External synchronous mode-input terminal and asynchronous mode-output terminal.
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