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Microprocessors and Peripheral Devices detail BTEUP syllabus for Instrumentation And Ctrl, effective from 2019-2022, is collected from BTEUP 2023 Syllabus official website and presented for diploma students. PDF download is possible from official site but you can download the istudy mobile app for syllabus on mobile. The course details such as exam duration, Teaching Hr/week, Practical Hr/week, Total Marks, internal marks, theory marks, duration and credits do visit complete sem subjects post given below. The syllabus PDFs can be downloaded from official website.

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[PDF] Microprocessors and Peripheral Devices detail BTEUP syllabus PDF Download


The study of microprocessors in terms of architecture, software and interfacing techniques leads to the understanding of working of CPU in a microcomputer. The development in microprocessors of 32 bit architecture brings the students face-to-face with mainframe enabling them to get employment in R&D, assembly, repair and maintenance of hardware of microprocessors and computers. Microprocessors find application in process control industry. They also form a part of the electronic switching system between source and destination in long distance telecommunications. Thus the microprocessor is an area of specialization. Students of electronics and related engineering branches often use microprocessors to introduce programmable control in their projects, in industrial training.

Learning Outcomes:

After undergoing the subject, the students will be able to:

  • understand the concept of microcomputer system
  • describe Architecture and pin details of 8085
  • write assembly language program using mnemonics
  • interface various peripheral devices with microprocessor.
  • use various data transfer techniques
  • describe architecture and pin detail of 8086
  • describe the idea of advance microprocessors like Pentium series and dual core.


1. Evolution of Microprocessor (05 Periods)

2. Architecture of a Microprocessor (05 periods)


(With reference to 8085 microprocessor)
Concept of Bus, bus organization of 8085, Functional block diagram of 8085 and function of each block, Pin details of 8085 and related signals, Demultiplexing of address/data bus generation of read/write control signals, Steps to execute a stored programme

3. Instruction Timing and Cycles (05 periods)

Instruction cycle, machine cycle and T-states, Fetch and execute cycle, Timing cycle diagram.

4. Programming (with respect to 8085 microprocessor) (09 periods)


5. Memories and I/O interfacing (06 periods)

Concept of memory mapping, partitioning of total memory space. Address decoding, concept of peripheral mapped I/O and memory mapped I/O. Interfacing of memory mapped I/O devices.

6. Interrupts (06 periods)

Concept of interrupt, Maskable and non-maskable, Edge triggered and level triggered interrupts, Software interrupt, Restart interrupts and its use, Various hardware interrupts of 8085, Servicing interrupts, extending interrupt system


7. Data Transfer Techniques (06 periods)

8. Peripheral devices (06 periods)

8255 PPI, 8253 PIT and 8257 DMA controller

9. Architecture of 8086 Microprocessor (06 periods)

  1. Block diagram
  2. Minimum and Maximum mode
  3. Pin and Signals
  4. Addressing Modes

10. Advance Microprocessors (02 periods)

Introduction to Pentium series processors and core 2 duo, dual core (core i3, i5, i7)

List of Experiments:

  1. Familiarization of different keys of 8085 microprocessor kit and its memory map
  2. Steps to enter, modify data/program and to execute a programme on 8085 kit
  3. Writing and execution of ALP for addition and subtraction of two 8 bit numbers
  4. Writing and execution of ALP for multiplication and division of two 8 bit numbers
  5. Writing and execution of ALP for arranging 10 numbers in ascending/descending order
  6. Writing and execution of ALP for 0 to 9 BCD counters (up/down counter according to choice stored in memory)
  7. Interfacing exercise on 8255 like LED display control
  8. Interfacing exercise on 8253 programmable interval timer
  9. Interfacing exercise on 8279 programmable KB/display interface like to display the hex code of key pressed on display
  10. Writing and execution of different ALP for 8086 (any four)
  11. Generation of square wave of desired frequency using 8255.

Instructional Strategy:

The digital systems in microprocessors have significant importance in the area of electronics. Adequate competency needs to be developed by giving sufficient practical knowledge in microprocessors (programming as well as interfacing). Help may be taken in the form of charts, simulation packages to develop clear concepts of the subject. Programming exercises other than the given in the list may be given to the students.

Means of Assessment:

  1. Assignments and quiz/class tests
  2. Mid-term and end-term written tests
  3. Actual laboratory and practical work, exercises
  4. Viva-voce

Text Books:

  1. Microprocessor Architecture, Programming and Applications with 8080/8085 by Ramesh S Gaonker, Willey Eastern Ltd. New Delhi
  2. Microprocessor and Applications by Badri Ram: Tata McGraw Hill Education Pvt Ltd , New Delhi
  3. Microprocessor programming & sudhir Goyal, North Publication.
  4. Microprocessor and interfacing by Douglas.V.Hall, McGraw Hill Higher Education, New Delhi.
  5. E-books/e-tools/relevant software to be used as recommended by AICTE/NITTTR, Chandigarh.

Reference Books:

http:// swayam. gov. in



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