Revised Nuffield Advanced Physics: Microcomputer Circuits and Processes
This Revised Nuffield Advanced Physics reader explained how microcomputers worked in the 1980s. It did not refer to any one type of computer. All ideas discussed were relevant to any computer.
Chapter 1: A history of the microprocessor
Chapter 2: The electronics of a microcomputer
Chapter 3: Running a simple programme
Chapter 4: Memories, interfaces and applications
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- Revised Nuffield Advanced Physics: Microcomputer Circuits and Processes