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Richard Erlacher
11/21/11 09:45
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Denver, Co

#184845 - I don't doubt what you said ...
Responding to: Jan Waclawek's previous message
I don't remember reading that in the late '70's when the basic decisions were being made, but I do remember the Intel salesman telling me that the '41/'42 were not the ones to use with external memory. Since the '35 was available, and at lower cost, it wasn't a difficult choice.

Along with the 805x, Intel had the "RUPI", 8044, about which I know very little, never having used it. That was a communication processor of some sort, IIRC.

The fact it came out along with the 805x's, yet had a number suggesting the earlier 8048-series, I'm not even sure to which family architecture it belongs.


List of 12 messages in thread
Sourcing historic uCs      Greg Kennedy      11/20/11 12:28      
   Vintage MCUs      Michael Karas      11/20/11 13:03      
      8041      Jan Waclawek      11/20/11 13:42      
         Unfortunately ...      Richard Erlacher      11/20/11 16:00      
            external execution in '41/'42      Jan Waclawek      11/21/11 03:15      
               I don't doubt what you said ...      Richard Erlacher      11/21/11 09:45      
   Have some old 8748, 8749 and V20 chips      Bert Van Den Berg      11/20/11 15:27      
      I've got some other old MCU and MPU chips ...      Richard Erlacher      11/20/11 16:08      
   Can you program them      Aubrey Kagan      11/21/11 13:59      
      Some of us have those ... even the programmables      Richard Erlacher      11/21/11 21:27      
   If I can find 'em ...      Richard Erlacher      11/21/11 21:30      
   seems still live      Stefan KAnev      11/22/11 08:03      

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