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MC6802NS Motorola Microprocessor Datasheet


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MC6802NS
Part Number MC6802NS
Manufacturer Motorola
Description MC6802 MC6808 MC6802NS MICROPROCESSOR WITH CLOCK AND OPTIONAL RAM The MC6802 is a monolithic 8-bit microprocessor that contains all the registers and accumulators of the present MC~OO plus an internal clock oscillator and driver on the same chip. In addition, the MCW02 has 128 bytes of on-board...
Features The MC6808 is identical to the MC6802 without on-board RAM, q On-Chip Clock Circuit q 128x8 Bit On-Chip RAM ~>,,~ q 32 Bytes of RAM are Retainable ;.\!J$;~: ,~: q Software-Compatible with the MC68~ q Expandable to 64K Words q Standard TTL-Compatible Inputs and Outputs q 8-Bit Word Size ~\R,!. t *$\i, ~....,,.W~,~.:..;;‘.,,$,,‘~.>$~~$!..,‘~\~iM., .*.:X l~,o,?, .f+.1$,.>t~,*,,,,.$.t.,.,~.$ . 16-8it Memory Addressing q Interrupt Capability ~:t ,,.,,),? ,.,.. .,,$. .$.\.,!..,\.\, +$,;{,, ~.$. >&, ~y,,$,’\\,..,.:‘,.Js:..~$4i,.:>.,/....,~b~,$, >.>l,i,y. .,,.,{+? ,, “ ‘,{$;:,...

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