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From:
Dr. M.SWAROOPA RANI Date: 07-10-2017
Addl. Controller of Examinations-6,
JNTUK, KAKINADA 533003.

To
Smt. V.SARAYU
Asst., Professor of EEE Dept,
RVR &JC College of Engineering, Guntur.

I am advised to inform you that you are appointed as subject expert to set the question papers as per the
details noted below. You are requested to set the question papers in MS word document format and send a soft copy
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1. Each question paper shall be set for 70 marks as per the format enclosed containing two parts viz. PART-A and
PART-B. PART-A shall contain one compulsory question for 22 marks. The compulsory question in PART-A
may contain Six short answer questions one from each unit. PART-B shall contain Six questions (one question
from each Unit) with 16 marks for each question. The student has to answer 3 questions out of 6 questions in
PART-B. Model question paper is enclosed for reference.
2. You are requested to prepare a balanced question paper within the prescribed syllabus covering the entire
syllabus. The duration of the examination is 3 hours and you are requested to prepare the questions in such a way
that student must be able to write each question in about 35-45 minutes.
3. You are requested to give the distribution of the marks for each question.
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of your relatives are writing the examination or if you are involved in any extra assignment in any tutorial/coaching
centers.
Name of the Examination III B.TECH II SEM R13 REGULATION October -2017
Subject MICROPROCESSORS AND MICROCONTROLLERS (RT32021)
Branch / Specialization Electrical and Electronics Engineering
No. of Question Papers FOUR Sets (4)
Last date of submission 15-10-2017

Addl. Controller of Examinations


Enclosures
1. Syllabus 2. Model question paper 3. Bill of Payment
JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY KAKINADA
III- II B.TECH R13
MICROPROCESSORS AND MICROCONTROLLERS
Preamble:
Microprocessor and microcontroller have become important building blocks in digital electronics
design. It is important for student to understand the architecture of a microprocessor and its
interfacing with various modules. 8086 microprocessor architecture, programming, and interfacing
is dealt in detail in this course. Interfacing, assembly language programming and interfacing of 8051
microcontroller and its application in industry are also
covered in this course.
Learning objectives:
To understand the organization and architecture of Micro Processor
To understand addressing modes to access memory
To understand 8051 micro controller architecture
To understand the programming principles for 8086 and 8051
To understand the interfacing of MP with IO as well as other devices.
To understand how to develop cyber physical systems

UNITI:
Introduction to Microprocessor Architecture
Introduction and evolution of Microprocessors Architecture of 8086 Register Organization of
8086Memory organization of 8086 General bus operation of 8086Introduction to 8028680386
and 80486 and Pentium.

UNITII:
Minimum and Maximum Mode Operations
Instruction set, Addressing modes Minimum and Maximum mode operations of 80868086
Control signal interfacingRead and write cycle timing diagrams.

UNITIII:
Assembly Language Programming
Assembly DirectivesMacros Algorithms for Implementation of FOR LoopWHILEREPEAT and
IF-THEN-ELSE FeaturesAddressing modes and Instruction set of 8051Assembly language
programming of 8051 Development systems and tools.
UNITIV:
I/O Interface
8255 PPI Architecture of 8255Modes of operation Interfacing I/O devices to 8086 using 8255
Interfacing A to D converters Interfacing D to A converters Stepper motor interfacing Static
memory interfacing with 8086 DMA controller (8257)ArchitectureInterfacing 8257 DMA
controller Programmable Interrupt Controller (8259)Command words and operating
modes of 8259 Interfacing of 8259Keyboard/display controller (8279) ArchitectureModes of
operationCommand words of 8279 Interfacing of 8279.
UNITV:
Introduction to 8051 Micro Controller
Overview of 8051 Micro Controller Architecture Register setI/O ports and Memory
Organization InterruptsTimers and CountersSerial Communication.

UNIT VI:
Cyber physical systems and industrial applications of 8051
Applications of Micro Controllers Interfacing 8051 to LEDsPush button Relays and Latch
Connections Keyboard Interfacing Interfacing Seven Segment DisplayADC and DAC Interfacing.
Learning Outcomes:
To be able to understand the microprocessor capability in general and explore the evalution of
microprocessors.
To be able to understand the addressing modes of microprocessors
To be able to understand the micro controller capability
To be able to program mp and mc
To be able to interface mp and mc with other electronic devices
To be able to develop cyber physical systems
Text Books:
1. Microprocessors and Interfacing, Douglas V Hall, McGraw Hill, 2nd Edition.
2. Kenneth J Ayala, The 8051 Micro Controller Architecture, Programming and Applications,
Thomson Publishers, 2nd Edition.
3. Ray and Burchandi, Advanced Micro Processors and Interfacing, Tata McGrawHill.
Reference Books:
1. R.S. Kaler, A Text book of Microprocessors and Micro Controllers, I.K. International Publishing
House Pvt. Ltd.
2. Ajay V. Deshmukh, Microcontrollers Theory and Applications, Tata McGrawHill Companies
2005.
3. Ajit Pal, Microcontrollers Principles and Applications, PHI Learning Pvt Ltd, 2011.
Model Question Paper
Subject Code: RT3103/R13 Set No - 1
I B. Tech I Semester Regular Examinations Feb./Mar. - 2014
ENGINEERING PHYSICS
(Common to ECE, EEE, EIE, Bio-Tech, EComE, Agri.E)
Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 70
Question Paper Consists of Part-A and Part-B
Answering the question in Part-A is Compulsory,
Three Questions should be answered from Part-B
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PART-A

1.(i) Draw the flag register format of 8086microprocessor .


(ii) What are the maximum mode pins of 8086microprocessor?
(iii) What are the programming development steps?
(iv) Explain the modes of operation of 8255PPI.
(v) What are the interrupts of 8051 micro controller?
(vi)
[3+4+4+3+4+4]
PART-B

2.(a) Draw the register organization of 8086microprocessor and explain about them.
(b) Explain the addressing modes of 8086microprocessor .
[8+8]

3.(a) Draw and explain the minimum mode operation of 8086microprocessor .


(b) Explain about the assembly directives (i)DB (ii)ASSUME (iii) EXTRN (iv)PUBLIC
[8+8]

4.(a) Derive the relation between the Einstein coefficients.


(b) Derive an expression for the electrical conductivity of a material in terms of mobility of the
electron using classical free electron theory. [8+8]

5.(a) Explain the origin of magnetism in materials.


(b) Derive Sabines formula for Reverberation time. [4+12]

6.(a) Derive time dependent Schrodinger wave equation.


(b) Draw and explain B-H curve for a ferromagnetic material placed in a magnetic field.
[8+8]
7.(a) State and explain Hall effect.
(b) Identify whether unit cells of SC, BCC and FCC lattices are primitive or not. Explain with reason.
(c) Write the difference between Spontaneous and Stimulated Emissions. [6+6+4]
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