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EmbedIT is a boot loader for 8051 family of microprocessors. It implements the
Infinite Counting Machine (ICM) algorithm for solving a short-cut problem of
bit reversal by means of generation of two copies of the input word. ICM is a
form of bit reversal which can be implemented with a single CPU instruction and
can be implemented using an ordinary synchronous ROM.
EmbedIT Usage:
EmbedIT is available as a bootloader which can be stored in ROM and whose
operation is controlled by its use as a bootloader by the PCB (Program
Control Block).
The EmbedIT bootloader places the PCB at address 0x00000. In addition to the
PCB the bootloader places into memory data which may be used by the PCB. This
data is stored at addresses 0x00001, 0x00002,…, 0x0000A and is used to
generate the 8051 output lines.
The PCB contains a single word of memory in which the Boot Status Register
(BSR) is stored. The Boot Status Register is an 8-bit one and each bit is
immutable. Its value is determined as follows:
Bit 0
Bit 1
Bit 2
Bit 3
Bit 4
Bit 5
Bit 6
Bit 7
If BSRA is 0, then 0x8000 is stored in the PCB.
If BSRA is 1, then 0x7FFF is stored in the PCB.
If BSRA is 2, then 0x007F is stored in the PCB.
If BSRA is 3, then 0x003F is stored in the PCB.
If BSRA is 4, then 0x001F is stored in the PCB.
If BSRA is 5, then 0x000F is stored in the PCB.
If BSRA is 6, then 0x0007 is stored in the PCB.
If BSRA is 7, then 0x0002 is stored in the PCB.
If BSRA is 8, then 0x0001 is stored in the PCB.
If BSRA is 9, then 0x0000 is stored in the PCB.
This PCB is useful for storing the initial state of the 8051. Thus after
powering on the machine, if the PCB is loaded at 0xFFFF, the 8051 will start
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