1985 Intel Microcontroller Handbook

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1985 Intel Microcontroller Handbook

Post by jsa » Sat Oct 24, 2015 4:26 pm

Found this yesterday;

http://bitsavers.informatik.uni-stuttga ... ndbook.pdf

On the assumption, it translates to 8061, Chapter 3 really makes it easy to understand what's going on and cleared up a number of things I was not grasping.

I've not seen the Detailed Instruction Set Description anywhere else.

Having just tripped over the 1985 Microcontroller Handbook, I get the impression some people are enjoying watching some newbs stumble round in the dark trying to understand with only half the info available.

Come on boys fess up, and put some links up, to your gold mines of information.
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Re: 1985 Intel Microcontroller Handbook

Post by tvrfan » Sun Oct 25, 2015 2:43 pm

I used the '80196 user manual' a lot to start with. Don't bother much now.
Doesn't have 8065 extensions, and much stuff not relevant. BUT hugely useful for the basics and contains excellent explanations in opcodes and adressing chapters.

It's a pdf and too big to post here, but available on web also as MCS-96.
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Re: 1985 Intel Microcontroller Handbook

Post by jsa » Tue Oct 27, 2015 1:44 am

tvrfan wrote:I used the '80196 user manual' a lot to start with. Don't bother much now.
Doesn't have 8065 extensions, and much stuff not relevant. BUT hugely useful for the basics and contains excellent explanations in opcodes and adressing chapters.

It's a pdf and too big to post here, but available on web also as MCS-96.
Thanks Andy.

I found a pdf with intels reference Order Number 270651-003.

Has anyone seen these ?
MCSdž-96 MACRO ASSEMBLER USER’S GUIDE Order Number 122048 (Intel Systems)
Order Number 122351 (DOS Systems) MCSdž-96 UTILITIES USER’S GUIDE
Order Number 122049 (Intel Systems) Order Number 122356 (DOS Systems)
PLM-96 USER’S GUIDE
Order Number 122134 (Intel Systems) Order Number 122361 (DOS Systems)
C-96 USER’S GUIDE Order Number 167632 (DOS Systems)

Anyone else got some to add?
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Re: 1985 Intel Microcontroller Handbook

Post by tvrfan » Tue Oct 27, 2015 3:24 am

The one I have is titled

8XC196Kx, 8XC196Jx,87C196CA Microcontroller Family User’s Manual

and has reference

June 1995 Order Number 272258-002

on bottom of first page.

it's a pdf, but even zipped it's still bigger than the 2MB limit.....
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Re: 1985 Intel Microcontroller Handbook

Post by jsa » Tue Oct 27, 2015 4:10 am

tvrfan wrote: June 1995 Order Number 272258-002
Thanks again, found.

http://www.datasheetarchive.com/dl/Data ... 386144.pdf

Quite comprehensive to.
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Re: 1985 Intel Microcontroller Handbook

Post by sailorbob » Tue Oct 27, 2015 7:53 am

The Intel Application Note AP-248 "Using the 8096" covers pretty much everything I've needed to know about the 8096.

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Re: 1985 Intel Microcontroller Handbook

Post by jsa » Wed Oct 28, 2015 2:56 am

Thanks Derek.

Have had that one myself for a while, a little above the starting point I needed.

A link to AP-248
http://www.milton.arachsys.com/nj71/pdf ... ng8096.pdf

Any one got any others ?
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Re: 1985 Intel Microcontroller Handbook

Post by tvrfan » Fri Oct 30, 2015 6:30 pm

Mpaton reminded me that we had THIS doc to start with, and it's a very good foundation primer. Written by Tom Cloud, quite a while ago.....

It deals with the basics of the EEC-IV and 8061, and some of the strategies and issues. Enjoy !!
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Re: 1985 Intel Microcontroller Handbook

Post by cgrey8 » Sun Nov 01, 2015 7:43 pm

I guess that's an older version of this one:
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Re: 1985 Intel Microcontroller Handbook

Post by tvrfan » Mon Nov 02, 2015 1:07 pm

Yes, I think that's right - two versions, later one has more info on some of the funcs and tables.
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