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Developer General Instrument
Manufacturer General Instrument
Type microcontrollers
Production 1976
Architecture 1-bit
Word size 1-bit
"-bit" is not declared as a valid unit of measurement for this property.
Technology nMOS
Package DIP40

The GI SBA (General Instrument Microelectronics Sequential Boolean Analyzer) was a family of 1-bit microcontrollers developed by General Instrument's Microelectronics division.


Part RAM ROM I/O Ports Notes
SBA 120x1 bits 1024x8 bits 31
SBA-1 120x1 bits 31 external storage
SBA-2 120x1 bits 2048x8 bits 31

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