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On 29 Aug 2003 11:13:15 -0700, the renowned snipped-for-privacy@hkstar.com (Black

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www.8052.com

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Start with the hardware reference manual, then
proceed with the assembly language manual.

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As Rene suggested:

http://www.intel.com/design/mcs51/manuals/272383.htm

For more docs:

http://www.intel.com/design/mcs51/docs_mcs51.htm

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On 29 Aug 2003 18:36:52 GMT, the renowned "Mark A. Odell"

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Wholeheartedly second this suggestion. You NEED these manuals to
effectively use the 8051, most of the more recent chips have
datasheets that are relatively incomplete.

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http://www.phaedsys.org

and hit the 8051 button.  The C51 Primer is under the QuEST button.
after that there is a lot on the www.Keil.com web site in the way of
apps notes.

www.8052.com, of course

After that it depends on which 8051... Hit the semiconductors web sites.
Atmel
Infineon
Philips

etc as they have apps notes, and tools on their web sites.

A good inexpensive place to start is the Keil MCB900 board. Which is a
very inexpensive 8051 board with a size limited C compiler.  Dalas also
have some inexpensive kits.

You can't beat programming the real hardware and a cheap kit where you
can get LED's to flash and RS232 comms to a PC will teach you a lot.

Regards
    Chris






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