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8008-1 - Intel
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8008-1
KL Intel C8008-1.jpg
8008-1
General Info
DesignerIntel
ManufacturerIntel
Model Number8008-1
Part Number8008-1
IntroductionApril, 1972 (announced)
End-of-life1983 (last shipment)
General Specs
FamilyMCS-8
Frequency800 kHz
Microarchitecture
Microarchitecture8008
Process10 μm
Transistors3,500
TechnologypMOS
Word Size8 bit
Max Memory16 KiB
Electrical
Power dissipation1 W
OP Temperature70 °C – 0 °C

The 8008-1 (pronounced "eighty-oh-eight") was an 8-bit microprocessor designed by Intel and introduced in April of 1972. This MPU is a faster, but otherwise identical, version of the 8008.

ISA[edit]

Main article: 8008 ISA

The 8008 has seven levels of call stack, seven registers, and 48 instructions.

Packaging[edit]

Part Package
C8008-1 Ceramic DIP-18, Gold Top
D8008-1 Ceramic DIP-18

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Facts about "8008-1 - Intel"
base frequency0.8 MHz (8.0e-4 GHz, 800 kHz) +
designerIntel +
familyMCS-8 +
first announcedApril 1972 +
full page nameintel/mcs-8/8008-1 +
instance ofmicroprocessor +
last shipment1983 +
ldateApril 1972 +
main imageFile:KL Intel C8008-1.jpg +
main image caption8008-1 +
manufacturerIntel +
max memory0.0156 MiB (16 KiB, 16,384 B, 1.525879e-5 GiB, 1.490116e-8 TiB) +
max operating temperature0 °C +
microarchitecture8008 +
min operating temperature70 °C +
model number8008-1 +
name8008-1 +
part number8008-1 +
power dissipation1 W (1,000 mW, 0.00134 hp, 0.001 kW) +
process10,000 nm (10 μm, 0.01 mm) +
technologypMOS +
transistor count3,500 +
word size8 bit (1 octets, 2 nibbles) +