INTEL 4040 DATASHEET PDF

Intel (i) is an enhanced version of Intel microprocessor. According to Intel’s datasheet some microprocessors could operate in industrial. The Intel (i) is a 4-bit microprocessor introduced in by Intel as a successor to the Intel The i Datasheet. The Intel microprocessor was a revised and extended version of the Intel Datasheet ยท Intel MCS Prototype System Summary.

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Within this group is contained a second group which is desinated supplemental group. These are the new instructions which have been added to the The bank switch of the can access an additional 8. Fetch indirect from ROM. Send contents of index register pair location 0 out as an address. Data fetched is placed into register pair location RRR.

Up 1 level in stack. Increment contents of register RRRR. Converts the contents of the accumulator from a one out of four code to a binary code.

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Write the contents of the accumulator into the previously selected RAM main memory character. Write the contents of the accumulator into the previously selected RAM output port. Write the contents of the accumulator into the previously selected ROM output port. Write the contents of the accumulator into the previously selected RAM status character 0.

Write the contents of the accumulator into the previously selected RAM status character 1. Write the contents of the accumulator into the previously selected RAM status character 2. Write the contents of the accumulator into the previously selected RAM status character 3. Subtract the previously selected RAM main memory character from the accumulator with borrow.

Read the contents of the previously selected ROM input port int the accumulator. Add the previously selected RAM main memory character to the accumulator with carry. The program counter and send register control are restored to their pre-interrupt value. The 4 bit contents of index register 4 are logically “OR-ed” with the accumulator. The 4 bit contents of index register 5 are logically “OR-ed” with the accumulator. The 4 bit contents of index register 6 are logically “AND-ed” with the accumulator.

The 4 bit contents of index register 7 are logically “AND-ed” with the accumulator. For the selected chip and register, however, status character locations are selected by the instruction code OPA. The following symbols and abbreviations will be used throughout the next few sections: The 3 for of 7 for registers in the address register other than the program counter. Each instruction will be described as follows: The previous contents of the accumulator are lost.

The 4 bit content of the designated index register RRRR is loaded into the accumulator. The 4 bit content of the designated index register is loaded into the accumulator. The prior content of the accumulator is loaded into the designated register. The 4 bit content of the designated index intep is added to the content of the accumulator with carry. The result is stored in the accumulator.

The 4 bit content of the index register is unaffected. The 4 bit content of the designated index register is complemented ones complement and added to content of the accumulator with borrow and the result is stored in the accumulator. If datqsheet borrow is generated, the carry bit is set to 0; otherwise, it is set to 1. The 4 bit content of the designated index register is incremented by 1.

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The index register is set to zero in case of overflow. The program counter address stack is pushed down one level. Program control transfers to the next instruction following the last jump to subroutine JMS instruction.

BBL is used inntel return from subroutine main program. The 8 bit content daasheet the designated index register pair is loaded into the low order 8 positions of the program counter. Program control is transferred to the instruction at that inel on the same page same ROM where the JIN instruction is located.

The 8 bit content of the index register is unaffected. When JIN is located at the address P H program control is transferred to the next page in sequence and not to the same page where the JIN instruction is located.

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The 8 bit content of the designated index register pair is sent to the RAM address register at X 2 and X 3. Specifically, the first 2 bits of the address designate a RAM chip; the second 2 bits designate 1 out of 4 registers within the chip; the last 4 bits designate 1 out of 16 4 bit main memory characters within the register.

The 8 bit content of the 0 index register pair is sent out as an address in the same page where the FIN instruction is located.

The 8 bit word at that location is loaded into the designated index register pair. The program counter is unaffecte; after FIN has been executed the next instruction in sequence will be addressed. The content of the 0 index register pair is unaltered unless index register 0 was designated.

Program counter incrementer and data input buffers are inhibited. M 1M 2 times will contain the addressed ROM instruction on the data bus. X 1 will contain the 4 bit accumulator contents.

X 2 and X 3 will contain the 8 bit SRC register. The effective address counter is decremented and program control is returned to the location saved by the forced JMS which occurred at the beginning of the interrupt routine.

The previously selected Index intrl bank will also be restored during this instruction. This allows saving the command register values before processing the interrupt. The result is placed in the accumulator and the carry flip-flop is unaffected. Designate ROM bank 0. The most significant bit of the command register, CR 3is reset. This bank is selected with reset. Designate ROM bank 1.

The most significant bit of the command register, CR 3is set. Select index register bank 0. The index register bank datashwet flip-flop is reset. Index registers 0 – 7, 8 – 15 will be available for program use.

This bank is to be selected with reset. Select index register bank 1. The index register bank select flip-flop is set. When an instruction is to be stored in RAM program memory, it is written in two four-bit segments. In the system design this should be designated as the RAM channel.

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When more than one page of RAM bytes is being written, an output port must be used to supply additional address lines for higher order addresses. This instruction catasheet be used only with the standard memory chip. The IN line and PM line are also active during this instruction.

The address of the next instruction in sequence following JMS return address is saved in the push down stack. Execution of a return instruction BBL will cause the saved address to be pulled out of the stack, therefore, program control is transferred to the next sequential instruction after the last JMS.

The push down stack has 4 registers in8 registers in One of them is used as the program counter, therefore nesting of JMS can occur up to 3 levels in and 7 levels in If the condition is not true the next instruction in sequence after JCN is executed.

The condition bits are assigned as follows: A logic “1” is the most negative test input. A logic “0” is the most positive test input.

4040 Datasheet PDF

The content of the designated index register is incremented by 1. If the result is zero, the next instruction after ISZ is executed. If ISZ is located on words and of a ROM page, when ISZ is executed and the result is not zero, program control is transferred to the 8-bit address on the next page in sequence and not on the same page where ISZ is located. The 2nd word represents 8 bits of datwsheet which are loaded into the designated index register pair.

The content of the previously selected RAM main memory character is transferred to the accumulator. The 4 bit data in memory is unaffected.

The 4 bits of status character 0 from the previously selected RAM register are transferred to the accumulator. The 4 bits of status character 1 inteel the previously selected RAM register are transferred to the accumulator. The 4 bits of status character 2 from the previously selected RAM register are transferred to the accumulator. The 4 bits of status character 3 from the previously selected RAM register are transferred to the accumulator.

The data present at the input lines of the previously selected Eatasheet chip is transferred to the accumulator. The accumulator content is written into the previously selected RAM main memory character location. The data is available on the output pins until a new WRR is executed on the same chip.

The LSB bit of the accumulator appears on O 0pin 16 of the The content of the previously selected RAM main memory character is added to the accumulator with carry.