Reference STATE OF THE ART Stan Augarten

ISBN 0-89919-195-9
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1971
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The First Microprocessor
The 4004
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The 4004

The 4004 can add two 4-bit numbers in about eleven millionths of a second and can multiply only by repeated addition. The chip contains a 4-bit adder (for doing just that), an accumulator (for keeping track of subtotals), and sixteen registers (for temporarily storing results). The two larges registers are the rectangular grids on the far right. The black bars along the edges are wires. Actual size: 0.110 x 0.150 inches.

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