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    Basic EVBU Function

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    All computer systems consist of three major components: processor, memory and I/O. The processor is the controlling element of the system. It manages the movement of data to and from the memory and I/O components. The processor is also made up of three major components: ALU, internal registers and control block. The ALU is responsible for the arithmetic and logical functions performed by the processor. The registers provide temporary storage of data and addresses for efficient processing, and the control block manages the execution of the instructions. Memory contains the programs and data used by the processor. Two major types of memory are represented in computer systems, RAM and ROM. Finally, all computer systems must have some connection to the external world. These connections are accomplished by the I/O capabilities. A keyboard is an example of a standard input device, and a monitor is an example of a standard output device.

    Chapter Questions

    Section 1.1

    1. What are the three major components of a computer system? Why are all of the components necessary in an operational computer system?

    2. How does the HC11 meet the functional components of a computer system (processor, memory and I/O)?

    3. How are address, data and control signals connected to the various components within the computer system?

    Section 1.2

    4. What is a processor? What function does a processor perform?

    5. What are the sections of a processor?

    6. What is the purpose of the ALU?

    7. List the common register types in a microprocessor. What purpose does each of the registers have, generally?

    8. Does the Control Unit contain any registers? If so, how are they different from the registers in the processor?

    9. What kind of processor is embedded in the HC11 microcontroller?

    10. How many bits of data can be processed at a time by the HC11 processor?

    11. What is in the HC11 programming model?

    12. Does the HC11 support different hardware modes? What are they?

    Section 1.3

    13. If a system has a 20-bit address bus, how many unique addresses can be addressed?

    14. What is a memory map?

    15. What is the size of the HC11 address bus? What is the maximum number of memory locations that can be addressed by the HC11?

    16. If a system has a 16-bit address bus and must address two 32 Kbyte memory chips, draw a picture of how the memory map would be configured to uniquely address each location within the memory devices.

    17. How does the processor communicate to memory whether it wishes to perform

    a read or a write operation?

    18. Why is reading memory nondestructive to the data in the addressed memory location?

    19. Why is writing to memory destructive to the data that was originally in the addressed memory location?

    Section 1.4

    20. Explain the differences among ROM, EPROM and EEPROM.

    21. Why must every computer system have some nonvolatile memory?

    22. What types and quantities of memory are on the M68HC11E9?

    23. Is the entire address space used by the on-chip memory on the HC11? If not, how much address space is available?

    Section 1.5

    24. What types of ports are typically available on computer systems?

    25. How many ports are available on the HC11?

    26. What types of I/O functions are supported by the ports on the HC11?

    Section 1.6

    27. What is the EVBU? What is its purpose?

    28. What is BUFFALO? What is its purpose?

    29. How many parameters are used by the BF command?

    Answers to Self-Test Questions

    Section 1.1

    1. Processor, memory and I/O

    2. The processor is at the center of the computer. The processor manipulates the data, performs arithmetic functions and manages the processes. The memory is used to store data and programs. The I/O is used to move data to/from the computer and external devices.

    3. Busses. The address bus transfers address information from the processor to the memory and I/O devices. The data bus is a bidirectional bus that transfers data to/from the processor, memory and I/O. The control bus is a collection of control signals necessary to control the processes of the computer.

    Section 1.2

    1. Arithmetic logic unit (ALU), the register block and the control block.

    2. The ALU has the job of performing the actual arithmetic data processing. It can do arithmetic and logical operations. The register block contains a set of registers that are used by the processor to store data temporarily, accumulate data, manipulate addresses, and so on. The control block decodes instructions and generates all of the timing and control signals necessary to execute the instructions.

    3. The HC11 programming model contains two 8-bit accumulators (A and B) that can be configured as a 16-bit accumulator (D); two address registers (X and Y); a stack pointer (SP), which contains the address of the next available stack location; the program counter (PC), which contains the address of the next instruction to be executed; and the condition code register (CCR), which contains three control bits and five status flags.

    Section 1.3

    1. An n-bit binary number that the processor uses to select a specific memory location.

    2. 12-bit bus → n = 12, therefore 2n = 212 = 4K addresses can be generated. 20-bit bus → n = 20, therefore 2n = 220 = 1M addresses can be generated.

    3. The data moves from the memory to the processor during a read operation.

    Section 1.4

    1. Volatile and nonvolatile, or RAM and ROM.

    2. The EEPROM is electrically erasable.

    3. There are 512 bytes of RAM on the HC11E9.

    Section 1.5

    1. A port is an I/O connection that allows data to move between the computer and a variety of peripheral devices.

    2. A serial port transfers data one bit at a time on a single wire. A parallel port transfers data multiple bits at a time via multiple wires.

    3. Analog interfaces are required because most things in the real world are analog. Examples of analog data are temperature, wind speed, humidity and time.

    4. There are five I/O ports on the HC11: PORTA, PORTB, PORTC, PORTD and PORTE.

    Section 1.6

    1. The EVBU is the HC11 Universal Evaluation Board.

    2. The monitor program on the EVBU is called BUFFALO (Bit User Fast Friendly Aid to Logical Operations).

    3. The BF command allows a range of memory locations to be filled with the data value given in the command (i.e., BF 0006 001D 40 will fill $0006–$001D with the value $40).

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