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8085 is a microprocessor designed by Intel
Yes, the Intel 8085 is an 8 bit microprocessor.
An Intel 8085 microprocessor in eight bit microprocessor which processes eight bits of data at a time.
8085 is a 8 bit microprocessor designed by Intel.
The 8085 was not the first microprocessor. The Intel 4004 was.
Intel 8085 is a microprocessor that is used in various electronics devices.
8085 is a 8 bit microprocessor designed by Intel Co.
The '8085' in the 8085 microprocessor is the designation given to the microprocessor by Intel. The '5' means it is a single power supply (5 volt) version of the 8080, with enhancements.
+5v supply is alone needed for Intel 8085 Microprocessor
No. The pins are preset by Intel.
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As far I know...Intel 8085 isz One address microprocessor.
8 bit input is given to Intel 8085 microprocessor.
drow the functional block diagram of 8085 microorocessor.
b/c the 8085 microprocessor is the first 8 bit microprocessor which Intel is produces in 1877 and this is the first general purpose 8 bit microprocessor. there was an 8 bit general purpose register before 8085 named as 8008 but this microprocessor is not functional 8 bit microprocessor
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The intel 8085 was an 8 bit microprocessor made by intel in the mid- 1970s. The 5 in the model number came from the fact that the 8085 required only a 5-volt (v) power supply rather than the 5v and 12v supplies the 8080 needed
the previous CPU of Intel is 8080A. 8085 is the first CPU to work in 5volts. hence the name 8085 (8080+5)
HL is a register pair that is used to store 16-bit data in 8085 Microprocessor
The Intel 8085 is an 8 bit microprocessor created in 1977.The Intel 8086 is a 16 bit microprocessor created in 1978. The 8086 was the first chip to start the x86 architecture family.8085 contains 16-bit address bus and 8-bit data bus8086 contains 20-bit address bus and 16-bit data bus..In 8085 the clock speed is 3MHZwhere as in 8086 the clock speed is 5MHZ.there are two differences btw 8085&80861. 8086 has 6 byte queue but 8085 has 4 byte queue2. 8086 has 16 bit data bus where as 8085 has 8 bit data bus
The 8085 microprocessor is an 8-bit microprocessor.
8085 microprocessor is 8 bit microprocessor develop by Intel corp. it's architecture can be study broadly over internet various sites provide the information about architecture. some is given below 1-data bus - 8 2-address bus- 16 3-memory- 64 KB 4-GPRs - B,C D,E H,L 5-each of 8 bit 6- A L U. airthmatical logical unit.
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