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186 family

186 designer's family details:
aka MCS-86 Family

Homepage: none, (Wikipedia article)
Description: An x86 processor that was not commonly used in Desktop computers, It was used in embedded systems as a microcontroller
Designer: Intel
Initial release: 1982
Datasheet: ?
Architecture: 16-bit
Frequencies: 6 – 12 MHz
Technology: NMOS, CHMOS
  Central Processing Unit (CPU)
AMD R80186-6/B4

General Specifications:
Type: CPU Family: 186
Speed: 6MHz Architecture: 16-bit
Introduced: 1982

Intel A80186

General Specifications:
Type: CPU Family: 186
Speed: 8MHz Architecture: 16-bit
Introduced: 1982

Intel C80186-3

General Specifications:
Type: CPU Family: 186
Speed: 8MHz Architecture: 16-bit
Introduced: 1982

Intel N80186

General Specifications:
Type: CPU Family: 186
Speed: 8MHz Architecture: 16-bit
Introduced: 1982

AMD N80C186

General Specifications:
Type: CPU Family: 186
Speed: 10MHz Architecture: 16-bit
Introduced: 1987

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General Specifications:
Type: CPU Family: 186
Speed: 10MHz Architecture: 16-bit
Introduced: ?

Intel R80186

General Specifications:
Type: CPU Family: 186
Speed: 10MHz Architecture: 16-bit
Introduced: 1982

AMD N80186-16

General Specifications:
Type: CPU Family: 186
Speed: 16MHz Architecture: 16-bit
Introduced: 1982

Intel N80C186EA20

General Specifications:
Type: CPU Family: 186
Speed: 20MHz Architecture: 16-bit
Introduced: ?



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