Intel 8051 follows which architecture: Harvard or Newman?
Microcontrollers based on the Von-Neuman architecture have a single data bus that is used to fetch both instructions and data. Program instructions and data are stored in a common main memory. When such a controller addresses main memory, it first fetches an instruction, and then it fetches the data to support the instruction. The two separate fetches slows up the controller’s operation. Figure 1.5 shows the Von-Neuman Architecture. The Von-Neuman architecture’s main advantage is that it simplifies the microcontroller design because only one memory is accessed. In microcontrollers, the contents of RAM can be used for data storage and program instruction storage. For exam
What is the difference between Harvard and Newman architecture? 8051 was developed using which technology nmos or pmos?
Why 8051 is called 8 bit microcontroller?
What is the width of data bus?
What is the width of address bus?
How many memory locations address bus can access (also tell in kb)? The memory locations that the address bus can access will be of RAM or ROM or both? How much on-chip RAM is available?
On-chip RAM is also called _____ memory?
How much on-chip ROM is available?
On-chip ROM is also called _____ memory?
How many byte is of the bidirectional input/output port?
What is UART?
The original 8051 core runs at how many clock cycles per machine cycle? With 12 MHz clock frequency how many instructions(of 1 machine cycle and 2 machine cycle) it can execute per second? What are the four distinct types of memory in 8051?
Internal RAM is located from address 0x00 to ___?
Tell the addresses which can be accessed directly?
Tell the addresses which are bit addressable?
Tell the addresses which can be accesssed only by indirect addressing mode? Tell the addresses where the special function registers are present and also which addressing mode is used to access them? Are SFR bit addressable or byte addressable?
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