Special Function Register (SRF) Of 8051 Microcontroller

Special function register

To monitors or control the various functions within a microcontroller like control different hardware peripherals like Timers, Serial Port, I/O Ports etc. Here we use some special registers in 8051 microcontroller called Special Function Register (SRF) (or Special Purpose Register, or simply Special Register). If we want to assess or change the operating mode of … Read more

8051 Microcontroller pin Diagram and pin description

In 1981, Intel introduced an 8-bit microcontroller called the 8051 microcontroller. This is one of the most popular and most commonly used microcontrollers in various fields like embedded systems, consumer electronics, automobiles, etc. Microcontroller have all features that are found in microprocessors with additional built-in ROM, RAM, I/O ports, Serial ports, Timers, Interrupts, and Clock circuits. … Read more

MOCK TEST on 8051 Microcontroller – series -2

This mock test contains 50 questions. Free mock test on 8051 microcontroller. Check your skills and get your result after completing test. For more paper on previous year click here For subject wise if you want to give paper then click here This test contains 8051 microcontroller questions based on asked in previous year competitive … Read more

8051 Microcontroller internal ARCHITECTURE and Block diagram with Applications

In 1981, Intel introduced an 8-bit microcontroller called the 8051 microcontroller. This is one of the basic type of  microcontroller based on Harvard Architecture and developed primarily use in embedded  systems. Basically, 8051 microcontroller was developed by using HMOS technology, which required more power to operate. Therefore, Intel redesigned Microcontroller 8051 using CMOS technology and  their updated versions … Read more

Family Of Microcontroller

  Before I explain about Family Of Microcontroller Let’s get start with introduction of Microcontroller What Is Microcontroller ? A Microcontroller is an IC (Integrated Circuit) that consist CPU, memory, I/O ports, Serial ports, Timers, Interrupts, and Clock circuits in a single chip. But it is Used for some specific applications. So we can say … Read more