Best Reference Books – Computer Architecture and Microprocessor Peripherals and Applications

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Computer Architecture and Microprocessor Peripherals and Applications subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Computer Architecture and Microprocessor Peripherals and Applications along with reviews.

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1. “Intel Microprocessors: Hardware, Software and Applications” by Roy W Goody

“Intel Microprocessors: Hardware, Software and Applications” Book Review: This book is based on the intel microprocessors. This book is easily understandable and does not require earlier knowledge of microprocessors or computers. The book includes 8 and 16/32 bit microprocessors. The chapters in the book begin with the basics of microprocessors and move towards the deeper concepts. It also talks about the IBM PC family of computers. The book is updated with the newer developments in microprocessors. Each chapter in the book also provides a no. of questions and problems.

2. “Microprocessor/Hardware Interfacing and Applications (Merrill’s International Series in Electrical and Electronics Technology)” by Barry B Brey
3. “Microprocessor Architecture, Programming and Applications with the 8085 6/e” by Ramesh Gaonkar

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“Microprocessor Architecture Programming and Applications with the 8085 [HB]-6/e” Book Review: This book is designed for undergraduate students in the microprocessors course in electrical and technological engineering. This book can be used by people with no previous knowledge in programming. It provides the knowledge of both hardware and software aspects of microprocessors. The book includes up-to-date information on 8085 microprocessors and details on the basic concepts of microprocessors. The book details on the applications of microprocessors and concepts related to microprocessors of higher levels.

4. “Microprocessors and Microcontrollers: Architecture, Programming and System Design 8085, 8086, 8051, 8096” by Kant K
5. “Computer Organization (Mcgraw-Hill Series in Computer Science)” by Carl Hamacher and Zvonko Vranesic
6. “16-Bit-Microprocessor Systems: Structure, Behavior, and Programming” by Hans Liebig and Thomas Flik

“16-Bit-Microprocessor Systems: Structure, Behavior, and Programming Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1985 Edition” Book Review: This book is designed for students of computer science, communications and design engineers. It is also useful for those in scientific and technical fields. The book explains the structure, behavior and programming of 4 and 8 bit microprocessors. Typical aspects of microprocessor, hardware and software interactions have also been briefed in the book. Principles of computers are also explained in detail.

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7. “Building a Quadcopter with Arduino” by Vasilis Tzivaras

“Building a Quadcopter with Arduino” Book Review: This book introduces readers to the modules and electronics required to fly a basic quadcopter. The book provides all the details necessary to make a DIY drone. It covers topics from best material for the build to repairing of any damage to the drone.

8. “GNU/Linux Rapid Embedded Programming” by Rodolfo Giometti

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“GNU/Linux Rapid Embedded Programming” Book Review: This book is designed for Embedded System developers and GNU/Linux programmers. The focus of the book is on fast and effective prototype making. The book assumes previous knowledge on hardware, Embedded Systems and scripting on GNU/Linux.

9. “Computer System Architecture” by M Morris R Mano

“Computer System Architecture 3rd Edition” Book Review: This book is designed for electrical engineers, computer engineers and computer scientists. It provides the minimum knowledge to understand the hardware operation of digital computers. Solved examples are also provided for better understanding of topics.

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10. “Raspberry Pi Computer Architecture Essentials” by Andrew K Dennis

“Raspberry Pi Computer Architecture Essentials” Book Review: The book explores the various aspects of Raspberry Pi 2 hardware in a no. of different programming languages. It also provides the knowledge for setting up the tools for Assembler, C/C++, and Python. Applications are also explained in the book. Basics of sound engineering is also provided, useful in developing a web server. Interactions with third party microcontrollers are also explained in this book.

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