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2650

Signetics - 2650AI

2650 family description:

Homepage: none (Wikipedia article)
Description: One of the first 8-bit CPUs, used in some video game consoles, and desktop computers
Designer: Signetics
Initial release: 1975
Datasheet: ?
Architecture: 8-bit
Frequencies: ?
Technology: CMOS
  Signetics - 2650AI
ic-photo-Signetics--2650AI--(2650-CPU).png_sm.jpg
General Specifications:
Manufacture: Signetics Family: 2650
Chip type: CPU Introduced: 1975
Speed: 1.25MHz Architecture: 8-bit
Application: ?
Architecture Specifications:
CPU arch: ? ISA: ?
Microarch: ?
Processor core: ? # of cores: 1
Designer: ? FPU: NA
Ext data bus: 8 Address bus: 15
Instruction Set: 2650
Features: ?
Memory Specification:
Max RAM: 32k L1 cache: NA
RAM type: ? L2 cache: none
L3 cache: none
Technology:
Technology: NMOS Process: ?
Transistors: ? Die size: ?
Vcc: 5V Voltage I/O: ?
Other:
Package: CDIP-40wiki Socket: DIP
Datasheet: datasheet-Signetics-2650A--2650A-1.pdf

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