Chip Directory

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Chips in the category 'CPU'

nr name description manufacturer
1750 MIL-STD-1750 MIL-STD-1750 is a microprocessor architecture standard (by the US Air Force). More, see MIL-STD-1750.
281 MDC281 See 1750 McDonnel-Douglas
2901 Bit slice CPU component (Very obsolete) AMD*
2901 Am2901 4 bit bit-slice processor element AMD $0.50
2909 Am2909 microprogram controller AMD
2910 Am2910 microprogram sequencer AMD
2911 Am2911 microprogram controller AMD $0.50
29112 Am29112 High-Performance and Bit Slice Microprogram Sequencer AMD
29323 Am29323 32-Bit Parallel Multiplier AMD
29331 Am29331 16-Bit Microprogram Sequencer AMD
29332 Am29332 32-Bit Arithmetic Logic Unit AMD
29334 Am29334 Four-Port, Dual-Access Register File AMD
29501 Am29501A Multi-Port Pipelined Processor (Byte-Slice) AMD
29509 Am29509 12*12 Multiply Accumulator AMD
29509 Am29L509 12*12 Multiply Accumulator AMD
29516 Am29516 16*16-Bit Parallel Muitipliers AMD
29517 Am29517 16*16-Bit Parallel Muitipliers AMD
3001 i3001 bit-slice sequencer Intel
3002 i3002 2 bit bit-slice ALU Intel
31750 31750 See 1750 Marconi
6509 6509 6502 with 1 MB address space CSG*
6510 6510 6502 with output port (used for memory configuration in C64) CSG*
74481 74S481 4-bit bit-slice processor element
74482 74S482 4-bit bit-slice control element
8502 8502 2 MHz 6502 (used in C128) CSG*
9450 F9450 See 1750 Fairchild

See also

www.freetradezone.com/ Registration needed
www.icmaster.com/ Registration needed
www.itis.spb.ru/win/map_eng.htm Russian site with a lot of component overviews, large parts are in Russian
www.questlink.com/ Registration is needed before you can download datasheets

To get chips listed

When you're the webmaster/database manager of an IC* manufacturer and you'd like to get your IC*'s listed on sites like these (including the ICMaster) but don't want to deal with all sites separately, a couple of us are trying to set up a system whereby the IC* manufacturers just put a comma seperated value's (.csv) file on their site with all of their data and we all read that regurarly and work the data into our databases of chips. Please visit www.elip.org/ for more details. One of the manufacturers already cooperating is ON Semiconductor (formerly part of Motorola).

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