Absolute decoding VS Partial Decoding

ABSOLUTE DECODING


The decoding in which all available address line (16 lines in memory mapped and 8 lines in
peripheral mapping) are used for decoding to generate a unquie address is called absolute
decoding see fig.


ABSOLUTE DECODING





PARTIAL DECODING


The decoding in which all available address line(16 lines in memory mapping and 8 lines in
peripheral mapping) are not used for decoding resulting in multiple address for same port is
called partial decoding. see fig.


PARTIAL DECODING


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