Reference STATE OF THE ART Stan Augarten

ISBN 0-89919-195-9
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1975
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A Popular Personal Computer Microprocessor
The 6502
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The 6502

Used in many home computers, the 6502 can address up to 64K bytes of memory and add two 8-bit numbers in about a millionth of a second; it multiplies by repeated addition. The long narrow rectangular feature on the right is a register; the remainder of the chip is taken up by arithmetic and logic circuits. Actual size: 0.138 x 0.151 inches.

STATE OF THE ART
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