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The GI SBA (General Instrument Microelectronics Sequential Boolean Analyzer) is a 1-bit architecture microprocessor developed by General Instrument's Microelectronics division. The chip featured 24 basic instructions, 1023 words of ROM, 16-level stack, and storage. The GI SBA-1 is an identical chip without the ROM; ROM data lines were brought out instead to allow external storage.
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