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Embedded Systems I/O
Version 2 EE IIT, Kharagpur1
Version 2 EE IIT, Kharagpur2
Instructional Objectives
After going through this lesson the student would learn Standard Peripheral Devices mostcommonly used in single purpose processors. They are
Timers and Counter Basics
Various Modes of Timer Operation
The internal Timer of 8051
A programmable interval timer 8253
Watchdog Timer and Watchdog circuit
Digital Electronics, Microprocessors
14 Introduction
The Peripherals of an embedded processor can either be on the same chip as the processor or canbe connected externally.
ExternalInterruptsInterruptControlOn-ChipFlashOn-ChipRAMTimer 1Timer 0CounterInputsSerialPortBusControlCPUOscTXDRXD4I/O PortsP0P1P2P3ETC.
Fig. 14.1 Block Diagram of the basic 8051 Architecture
For example in a typical embedded processor as shown in Fig.14.1 timer, interrupt. Serial portand parallel ports reside on the single chip. These dedicated units are otherwise termed assingle-purpose processor. These units are designed to achieve the following objectives. They canbe a part of the microcontroller or can reside outside the chip and therefore should be properlyinterfaced with the processor.The tasks generally carried out by such units are
Timers, counters, watchdog timers
serial transmissionVersion 2 EE IIT, Kharagpur3

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