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8085 Pin Description

It is a 8-bit microprocessor, Manufactured with N-MOS technology, 40 pin IC package

8085 PIN DESCRIPTION

 

Properties:

 

·        It is a 8-bit microprocessor

 

·        Manufactured with N-MOS technology

 

·        40 pin IC package

 

·        It has 16-bit address bus and thus has 216 = 64 KB addressing capability.

 

·        Operate with 3 MHz single-phase clock

 

·        +5 V single power supply

 

The logic pin layout and signal groups of the 8085nmicroprocessor are shown in Fig. 6. All the signals are classified into six groups:

 

·        Address bus

 

·        Data bus

 

·        Control & status signals

 

·        Power supply and frequency signals

 

·        Externally initiated signals

 

·        Serial I/O signals

 


Address and Data Buses:

 

·        A8 – A15 (output, 3-state): Most significant eight bits of memory addresses and the eight bits of the I/O addresses. These lines enter into tri-state high impedance state during HOLD and HALT modes.

AD0 – AD7 (input/output, 3-state): Lower significant bits of memory addresses and the eight bits of the I/O addresses during first clock cycle. Behaves as data bus during third and fourth clock cycle. These lines enter into tri-state high impedance state during HOLD and HALT modes.

 

Control & Status Signals:


·         Power Supply & Clock Frequency:

·        Vcc: +5 V power supply

 

·        Vss: Ground reference

 

·        X1, X2: A crystal having frequency of 6 MHz is connected at these two pins

 

·        CLK: Clock output

Externally Initiated and Interrupt Signals:

 

 

 

· Bar(RESET IN) : When the signal on this pin is low, the PC is set to 0, the buses are tri stated and the processor is reset.

·  RESET OUT: This signal indicates that the processor is being reset. The signal can be used to reset other devices.

 

·        READY: When this signal is low, the processor waits for an integral number of clock cycles until it goes high.

 

·        HOLD: This signal indicates that a peripheral like DMA (direct memory access) controller is requesting the use of address and data bus.

 

·        HLDA: This signal acknowledges the HOLD request.

 

·        INTR: Interrupt request is a general-purpose interrupt.

 

·         Bar(INTA) : This is used to acknowledge an interrupt.

·        RST 7.5, RST 6.5, RST 5,5 – restart interrupt: These are vectored interrupts and have highest priority than INTR interrupt.

 

·        TRAP: This is a non-maskable interrupt and has the highest priority.

Serial I/O Signals:

 

·        SID: Serial input signal. Bit on this line is loaded to D7 bit of register A using RIM instruction.

 

·        SOD: Serial output signal. Output SOD is set or reset by using SIM instruction.

 

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