2^14 memory locations. In general for n-bit address bus, its 2^n
The 8085 can address 216, or 65536 different memory locations.
The 8086/8088 microprocessor has a 20 bit address bus, so the number of memory locations it can address is 220 or 1,048,576.
With 24 address lines, you can address 224 or 16,777,216 different memory locations.
A microprocessor that uses 24 bit addressing, such as the Intel 80286, can address 224 or 16,777,216 memory locations. The IBM MainFrame, 360/44 or any modern version running in AMODE=24 also has the same capacity.
You can address 214 or 16384 different locations with 14 address lines.
A 16 bit address bus can select 65536 locations.
A 14 bit address bus can select 16384 locations.
There is no microprocessor with !t of address memory, only virtual memory. the firt one was the 80486.
A microprocessor with 12 address lines is capable of addressing 4096 locations in memory. The Intel 4004 and the DEC PDP-8 are examples of processors with 12 address lines.
216 = 65536 = 64K
Different microprocessor can address different amounts of memory. The motherboard design should allow for maximising the physical memory to what the microprocessor can address
A memory address in RAM
It should have a 16 bit data bus allowing it access from 0 - 65535 memory locations.
each line can address two bits, so 2^14 = 16384 locations
14 lines can address 16,384 locations. The 8085, however, has 16 lines, and can address 65,536 locations.The system design, of course, may limit that to 14, so 16,384 is the answer in that case.
The 8085 microprocessor can access 65536 (2^16) locations in memory, and 256 (2^8) locations in I/O space.
Even though the 8085 is an 8 bit microprocessor, it can address 64K memory, because it has a 16 bit address bus.
8085 has a 16-bit address bus. So, it can address 2^16 memory locations i.e. 65536 (64 KB) locations.
There are certain advantages of address decoding. Some of them are: 1. It reduces the number of lines of the original address. 2. It increases the number of address locations . For example, lets say, we have 3 address lines, So, we can select 8 various address locations (i.e. 23=8 locations) if address decoding is not used. But if add these 3 address lines with a 3X8 decoder & then connect 8 output lines of the decoder with another memory blocks, then we can select more than 8 memory locations.
With 8 address lines, you can choose between 256 (28) locations in memory. The 8085 has 16 address lines, so it can address 65536 (216) locations.
Usually memory banks made up of SRAMs or DRAMs or EPROMs consist of the storage area provided on a microprocessor. For understanding how the address space of a 20 bit address line microprocessor is organised, read about address decoding for even and odd memory addressing through SRAMs and EPROMs.
A bus is a collection of conducting wires which connect the processor and other devices in parallel scheme. The function of an address bus is to carry the address of the memory locations from the processor to the memory device, the address bus is unidirectional(only in one direction) in this processor so the flow of information on this bus is from the microprocessor to the attached device(memory module).