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Microprocessor Laboratory Manual EE3751 Gabriel Augusto Marques Tarquinio de Souza Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College Baton Rouge, LA 70803 Rev. 10/03
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Administrative Policy of the Laboratory ....................................................................... iii Experiment 0 - Introduction to DEBUG ......................................................................... 1 Experiment 1 – Introduction to the Assembly Procedure ............................................. 7 Experiment 2 – Segment Definition and Addressing Modes ...................................... 11 Experiment 3 – BIOS and DOS Interrupts. ................................................................. 14 Experiment 4 – Introduction to String Instructions .................................................... 19 Experiment 5 – String Instructions ............................................................................... 24 Experiment 6 – Parallel Communication ..................................................................... 26 Experiment 7 – Parallel Communication ..................................................................... 29 Experiment 8 – Keyboard Interfacing .......................................................................... 32 Appendix A ...................................................................................................................... 46 ii
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Administrative Policy of the Laboratory 1) You are not allowed to smoke, eat or drink in the Laboratory. You are expected to conduct yourself professionally, and to keep your bench area clean and neat . You are required to return all equipment and parts used in the experiment to their proper places before you leave the lab. 2) You are expected to work in a group, which is defined to contain at most two people. If there are an odd number of people in the class section you are enrolled to, then someone will work alone. You are allowed to select your partner, but you must select a partner who does not have the same major as you, in other words, if you are an EE student you have to select an ECE student to be your partner, and if you are ECE student you must select an EE student as a partner. In the case there aren’t enough students of different majors in the same section then groups formed with student of the same majors will be allowed. 3) You are encouraged to work on your programs outside of the lab. Stations are provided for your use in room 128. You are also expected to build and test your circuits in the lab within the allotted time. These circuits may not be built in advance, and it is your responsibility to demonstrate to your lab instructor that the circuits you built do what they are supposed to do! 4) Lab reports will consist of your program listing. 5) If in a particular lab session you finish your experiment ahead of time you may choose to work on any of the previous experiments you have attempted and were unable to get it to work. You will not be allowed to work on an experiment you have not worked on previously. 6) There will be a make up lab session at the end of the semester. During that session you will be allowed to make up at most two experiments you have previously worked on. Note that this is an opportunity being afforded to you so that you may work again on an experiment you previously attempted but were unsuccessful. If you did not work on an experiment during a previous lab session you will not be allowed to make it up during the make up session.
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