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Assignment on: Register organization of 8086 Microprocessor.

Course title: Microprocessor and Assembly Language.

Course code: CSE 321.

Submitted to:

Md. Ataullah Bhuiyan

Senior Lecturer

Department of CSE, City university



Submitted by:

Tarok Saha

Id:173462531(Cse in Day)

Batch:46th



Date of Submission:18 Octobor,2020.

A register is a very small amount of fast memory that is built in the CPU (or Processor) in order to speed up the operation. Register is very fast and efficient than the other memories like RAM, ROM, external memory etc,. That’s why the registers occupied the top position in memory hierarchy model.

The 8086 microprocessor has a total of fourteen registers that are accessible to the programmer. All these registers are 16-bit in size. The registers of 8086 are categorized into 5 different groups.

a) General registers


b) Index registers
c) Segment registers
d) Pointer registers
e) Status Register


Figure: Register groups of 8086 micro-processor


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