This thesis describes the operation of an intelligent controller existing between a computer system and a peripheral. The intelligent controller is implemented with an INTEL universal peripheral interface, UPI-41, single chip slave microcomputer. The interfaces between the controller and the computer system, and the controller and the peripheral are described in detail, as are the firmware and internal facilities of the controller itself. An evaluation of system operation is presented and, finally, the organizational philosophy of the system is discussed. Located within the appendices are a system schematic and listing of the controller program.
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Towle, Herbert C.
Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering
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Riordan, Thomas J., "An Application of a Single Chip Slave Microcomputer as an Intelligent Interface" (1979). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 443.