Reference STATE OF THE ART Stan Augarten

ISBN 0-89919-195-9
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1972
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The First 8-bit Microprocessor
The 8008
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The 8008

The 8008 can executed a single operation, like the addition of two 8-bit number, in 12.5 millionths of a second. The chip multiplies by repeated addition, a time-consuming process. The grids on the right are registers; most of the rest of the chip is occupied by logic circuits. Actual size: 0.125 x 0.170 inches.

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