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Am2900 - AMD
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The AMD Am2900 is a family of 4-bit bit-slice chips designed by Advanced Micro Devices in 1975. Each component represents an individual unit in a microprocessor. Designed to be flexible and expandable, those chips were capable of emulating a large number of existing systems.

2nd sources

The Am2900 had a large number of 2nd sources:

  • Elektronika
  • Fairchild
  • Motorola
  • National
  • NEC
  • Raytheon
  • Signetics
  • Thomson-CSF
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Facts about "Am2900 - AMD"
designerAMD +
full page nameamd/am2900 +
instance ofmicroprocessor family +
main designerAMD +
manufacturerAMD +
nameAMD Am2900 +
packageDIP40 + and FP42 +
technologyBipolar +
word size4 bit (0.5 octets, 1 nibbles) +