Category : Assembly Language Source Code
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These are the assorted '51 files from the Signetics bulletin board in Sunnyvale,
with the duplicates already on the Circuit Cellar BBS not included. Have fun!


CLOCK.ASM 14,336 07/29/90 | REAL-TIME CLOCK AND POLLED SERIAL EXAMPLE
| FOR THE CHARGECARD CONTROLLER

COFFEY.ASM 4,096 9-07-90 | A simple program to display the contents
| of the S87C752 A/D SFRs

DEBUG51.ASM 13,312 08/20/90 | PUBLIC DOMAIN 80C51 CODE DEBUGGING TOOL
| COURTESTY OF AXONN VIA BRIAN HARRIS FAE

DEMO752.ZIP 2,809 03/08/90 | Demonstration program for the A/D and
| PWM features of the 87C752.

I2C552-C.ZIP 8,192 05/21/90 | I2C drivers for the 8xC552 written in C.
|

I2C8584.ZIP 9,216 05/21/90 | Code from app note on using the 8584 I2C
| to parallel bus controller w/ the 80C31.


I2CAPP.ZIP 4,136 11/02/89 | Source code for the app note AN422 on
| single master I2C with the 87C751/752.

I2CBITS.ZIP 9,998 08/16/90 | I2C single master code for ANY 8051 type
| controller. 'Bit bangs' I2C on a port.

I2CDEMO.ZIP 15,257 09/08/89 | I2C Evaluation Board control program
| source (for 87C751).

I2CINIT.ZIP 3,853 01/30/90 | Lets 87C751 do system init of I2C and
| other devices (with reset pulse).

I2CREDBK.ZIP 4,384 09/26/89 | I2C Multimaster plus Slave functions in
| one 751 program (from the 'Red Book').

I2CSLV.ZIP 3,072 04/25/90 | I2C slave routines for the 87C751 and
| 752.

I2CUART.ZIP 7,270 11/03/89 | 87C751 program to allow RS-232 device to
| become an I2C bus master.

INTRUPTS.ASM 4,352 07/25/89 | From "Example programs for the `C51
| Family" GC

MON.C 7,168 9-07-90 | SIMPLE-MINDED MONITOR IN `C' - file not
| all there at the end?

PRN256K.ZIP 4,099 07/15/89 | 83C451 code for a 256K printer buffer
| application. Schematic is in User Guide.

RS751.ZIP 2,524 09/28/89 | Simplex RS-232 routines for the 751 and
| 752 microcontrollers.

SAMPLES.ASM 34,048 07/29/90 | SAMPLE 80C552 SUBROUTINES- SYTRONICS.INC
| P.O.BOX 1087 MARS HILL,N.C. 28754

SERIAL_1.ASM 5,120 07/25/89 | 87C751 serial stream generator. Code
| provided Jan `89. GC.

SIO_NEW.ASM 18,048 07/29/90 | SIO ROUTINES FROM RED BOOK, IMPROVED BY
| SYTRONICS FOR READABILITY...

TIMERI.ZIP 1,923 08/31/89 | Examples of Timer I used without I2C on
| the 83C751/752 microcontrollers.

WARMBOOT.ZIP 2,816 06/19/90 | Demo program to distinguish warm & cold
| start conditions on 80C51 based parts.


Note to readers - the I2C bus that Signetics copyrighted is similar to other
3 and 4 wire busses by Motorola, National and Intel, and it's quite possible
that chips for one bus will work in another brand of bus. Check the specs and
go wild, but watch out for timing and protocol. I just made the connection, and
haven't had the time to check it out yet. Other copyrighted busses are:

National - Microwire (?? is it still around?)

Motorola - Serial Peripheral Interface

Intel - BitBus

The various Japanese and Korean chip houses likely have similar busses, but I've
had lousy luck getting data books or samples out of 'em, so typically use local
manufacturers. What good are chips you can't get or get info on??

  3 Responses to “Category : Assembly Language Source Code
Archive   : SIG8051.ZIP
Filename : SIG8051.TXT

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

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