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TMS1099C - TI#package +
core voltage15 V (150 dV, 1,500 cV, 15,000 mV) +
designerTexas Instruments +
familyTMS1000 +
full page nameti/tms1000/tms1099c +
instance ofmicrocontroller +
ldate1900 +
main imageFile:tms1099c.jpg +
manufacturerTexas Instruments +
max memory0.0313 MiB (32 KiB, 32,768 B, 3.051758e-5 GiB, 2.980232e-8 TiB) +
microarchitectureTMS1000 +
model numberTMS1099C +
nameTMS1099C +
packagePDIP-64 + and CDIP-64 +
power dissipation (average)0.09 W (90 mW, 1.2069e-4 hp, 9.0e-5 kW) +
process8,000 nm (8 μm, 0.008 mm) +
word size4 bit (0.5 octets, 1 nibbles) +